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• Experience George Washington Memorial Park, more generally known as "Town Square." The park is notable for its elk-antler arches at each corner of the park. In 1953, the local Rotary Club built an arch of elk antlers at the southwest corner of the location. Arches were erected at the remaining corners in 1966, 1967, and 1969. The Boy Scouts collect the antlers from the nearby National Elk Refuge and periodically rebuild.

• Tour the Jackson Hole Playhouse, a rustic performing arts theater committed to providing professional Western comedy, dinner theatre experiences, and a live shoot out. It is currently Jackson’s most historic building, whihc was originally opened as a livery stable. the building was then converted into a Yellow Stone stage coach, a Model T Ford dealership, a bowling alley, and mercantile and local post office, with original P.O. boxes still on the premises.

• Stroll through the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum right up the road. Filled with an amazing variety of local artifacts, this stunning cultural instituion is a fantastic place to start experiencing the rich history of the region.

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