From an art show to live theatre, enjoy some unique entertainment available in the Yellowstone area.
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale
The Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale is a fine art sale with a western theme, offering works relating to the land, people and wildlife of the American West. Artists offer a broad range of stylistic interpretations of The West, in oil painting, watercolor, pastel, sculpture, ceramic and mixed media. All works are original art. The art exhibition, housed in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West�s John Bunker Sands Photography Gallery, is free for public viewing each September. Main events include the Friday evening auction and the Saturday morning Quick Draw.
Location: 836 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY 82414
Museum of the National Park Ranger
A small auditorium shows a laser-disc production of the 25-minute movie, "An American Legacy," which tells the story of the development of the National Park Service. There is no Yellowstone Association sales outlet in this museum. The staffing is done primarily by retired National Park Service employees who volunteer for short periods of time. Many of these employees retired as superintendents, chief rangers, regional directors, and from various positions in the Washington office.
Location: Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone Historic Center
The Yellowstone Historic Center is dedicated to telling the story of travel to and through Yellowstone National Park, and the Park`s influence on West Yellowstone and the Hebgen Lake Basin.
Location: 104 Yellowstone Ave, West Yellowstone, MT 59758