Upclose and personal with the wildlife of Jackson Hole.
National Museum of Wildlife Art Located on a butte above a wildlife refuge, the National Museum of Wildlife Art blends animals and culture in a uniquely Jackson way. Many of the exhibits rotate frequently, but some real kid-pleasers, like the Bison Gallery, are permenant. http://www.wildlifeart.org; 800-313-9553
For a cheesy, but good time, go to the Jackson Hole Playhouse for quality dinner theater. The performers serve you dinner before the show and then put on a great performance. The dinner is surprisingly delicious, especially the pork chop with apples and the prime rib. The tickets are a little pricy, but well worth it considering the food is delicious and entertainment awesome. As you leave the show at the end of the night, stop in the lobby and talk to the actors http://www.jhplayhouse.com/
For a teachable, yet fun day, go on an adventure in the Tetons with Eco Tour Adventures. Created with the idea of helping people connect with the natural world through wildlife observation and natural interpretation, Eco Tour Adventure believes that when people are more familiar with the intricate workings of the ecosystem, they have a deeper appreciation for their surroundings, leading them to make more environmentally sound choices in their day-to-day lives.
From mild to wild, you can find adventure on the river in Jackson Hole.
For a thrilling day of big waves or a relaxing float, go whitewater rafting with Jackson Hole Whitewater. The company has some of the most experienced guides around and has logged tons of hours on the river, so they know it like the backs of their hands. You can choose between a scenic float, a white-knuckling plunge, or a combination of the two. Start the day off early with a delicious cowboy breakfast followed by some basic paddling technique training before you get on the water.