Mormon Row Historic District Tours and Activities
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Some of the first settlers of the Jackson Hole Valley were homesteading Mormon pioneers, who managed to farm and raise irrigated crops in the harsh Teton terrain. Arriving from Idaho in the 1890s, they constructed cabins, log homes, and barns that had no running water or electricity, and the wooden structures still standing today offer glimpses of this pioneering past. At the famously scenic John Moulton Barn, the snow-capped peaks of the Teton Range offer a dramatic wilderness backdrop, and help to shape the ruggedly romantic feel of Wyoming’s frontier. In 1997, Mormon Row was added to the National Register of Historic Places, and remains one of the most popularly photographed spots in Grand Teton National Park.
To reach the Mormon Row Historic District, head north from Jackson on Highway 191, where past Moose Junction you’ll make a right onto Antelope Flats Road. From here, drive 1.5 miles until you see a dirt road with a pink stucco house on the corner. There is no admission fee or opening hours, and the drive is approximately 30 minutes from Jackson.
Address: 13040 Antelope Flats Rd, Moose, Wyoming, USA
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Mormon Row Historic District
Spend an 8-hour day taking in the spectacular scenery and wildlife of Grand Teton National Park. Travel to the highlights of the park with your guide, including the barns on Mormon Row, Oxbow Bend, Jenny Lake and Jackson Lake. Keep your camera handy for wildlife sightings of species such as grizzly and black bears, elk, deer, bison, pronghorn antelope, coyote, fox, eagle and osprey. Use of binoculars for easy wildlife spotting, breakfast, lunch and round-trip transportation from Jackson area lodging are included.
Explore the amazing wildlife habitat of Grand Teton National Park and visit its top attractions: see Jackson and Jenny lakes, have your camera ready to capture the stunning Oxbow Bend, and view the historic barns of Mormon Row. Throughout your journey, your local guide will search for the park’s resident wildlife including grizzlies, bison, moose and pronghorn antelope. Your tour includes breakfast, lunch, round-trip transport from Jackson hotels, Park Entry fees, boat ride on Jenny Lake (May-Sept) and the use of binoculars.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What's the best way to experience Mormon Row Historic District?
The best ways to experience Mormon Row Historic District are:
- Grand Teton National Park - Full-Day Guided Tour from Jackson Hole
- Grand Teton National Park - PRIVATE Full-Day Tour from Jackson Hole