JACKSON HOLE: THE SHOPAHOLIC GUIDE
Updated: Nov 14, 2018
From the very best outdoor gear stores to the fanciest designer boutiques, Jackson Hole is paradise for shopaholics. So grab your credit card and check out some of our favorite stores…
Located on Gaslight Alley, MADE has quickly become is a gift-buying hotspot. This store is a veritable treasure trove of handmade items from more than 360 artists from across Wyoming and the USA. Looking for four-season gloves? Tick. A funky National Parks map checklist print? Tick.
If you’re looking for the real deal when it comes to Western antiques, check out Fighting Bear on South Cache Street. If rustic Western furniture, Native American artefacts and Plains Indian beadwork, Navaho textiles and upper-end Mission furniture and Western lodge furniture from Thomas Molesworth, this is the place for you.
The owner at the Antler Workshop and Gallery on Warm Springs Drive has 35 years of experience in designing with antlers. His work graces such places as the Vail Marriott and a castle in the Dominican Republic and includes an antler statue in Ripley's Believe It or Not in Jackson Hole. Chandeliers, wine-bottle holders and mirrors—there’s nothing he can’t do with antlers!
CATCH AN ART FAIR
Comprised of five studios and a gallery, the Art Association of Jackson Hole on South Glenwood is a dynamic part of the Jackson Hole art scene. Its contemporary art gallery features the work of 160 artists. It is also hosting two art fairs from July 13 to 15 and August 10 to 12. After a day of flexing your credit card, spend some glorious downtime by your very own fireplace in a King Fireplace Room at the retreat-style Wyoming Inn. This elegant room boasts everything you need to relax after a hard day’s shopping.