Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Visitor Area/Centers in Yellowstone

Albright Visitor Center & Museum

The Albright Visitor Center and Museum?open seven days a week?will be closed on Saturday, November 11th for Veterans' Day and Thursday, November 23rd for Thanksgiving. The visitor center is located at Mammoth Hot Springs, five miles inside the North Entrance and at the northwest corner of the upper loop ...

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Canyon Visitor Center

The Canyon Visitor Center is located 1/8 mile southeast of Canyon Junction in the Canyon Village complex. The building was completed and open for public use in late summer 1957 as part of the Mission 66 project in Yellowstone. Its architecture and design are typical of other visitor centers ...

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Fishing Bridge Museum & Visitor Center

Fishing Bridge Museum & Visitor Center The Fishing Bridge Museum and Visitor Center is located one mile off the Grand Loop Road on the East Entrance Road. Built in 1931, it is a National Historic Landmark. Its distinctive stone-and-log architecture, known as "parkitecture," became a prototype for park buildings all ...

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Grant Village Visitor Center

The Grant Visitor Center is located on the shore of the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake one mile off of the main park road at Grant Village Junction. The visitor center and development are named for President Ulysses S. Grant, eighteenth president of the United States, who signed the ...

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Junior Ranger Station (at the Madison Information Station)

Yellowstone National Park has an official Junior Ranger Program open to children ages 5 - 12. The goal of the program is to introduce children to the natural wonders of Yellowstone and their role in preserving them for the future. To become a Junior Ranger, families pay a $3 fee ...

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Madison Information Station

The Madison Information Station dates from 1929-30 and is a National Historic Landmark. Located at Madison Junction in the Madison Picnic Area, it is built from wood and stone materials. The building sits near the site of the legendary campfire circle of the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition. Although no evidence can ...

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Museum of the National Park Ranger

The Museum of the National Park Ranger is housed in the Norris Soldier Station, located at the entrance to Norris Campground. This building was one of the original soldier stations, built in 1908, as an outlying station for soldiers on patrol. The building has been completely rebuilt, using original ...

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Norris Geyser Basin Museum

The Norris Geyser Basin Museum is located 1/4 mile east of Norris Junction just off the Grand Loop Road. Built in 1929-30, it is National Historic Landmark. Its distinctive stone-and-log architecture became a prototype for park buildings throughout the country known as "parkitecture" (Fishing Bridge Museum and Madison Museum ...

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Old Faithful Visitor Center

The Old Faithful Visitor Center is currently being demolished to be replaced by a new, state-of-the-art visitor center. Construction is scheduled to being in the fall of 2007. A temporary visitor center is located between the old location and the Old Faithful Lodge. Please look for signs or ask ...

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West Thumb Information Station

The West Thumb Information Station dates back to 1925 and originally served as the West Thumb Ranger Station. The log structure provides an ideal example of historic architecture typical of Yellowstone?s early buildings. The style was immediately idolized, and several other national parks across the country exhibit similar log ...

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West Yellowstone Chamber of Commerce staff

We're West Yellowstone, Montana. Everybody knows us as the western gateway to Yellowstone National Park, the world's first national park. With the charm of small western town snuggled into a spectacular Rocky Mountain setting, West Yellowstone is the perfect vacation destination . On April 17th, West side roads open ...

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West Yellowstone Visitor Information Center

Once you arrive in the Big Sky State, the professional travel counselors at the West Yellowstone Visitor Information Center are on hand to help make your visit more memorable and enjoyable. They can assist with routings, provide information on points of interest, suggest entertaining local events to attend and ...

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