When you visit Heart Mountain, you can incorporate a variety of historical landmarks into your experience. Our award-winning Interpretive Center is an inviting space that includes the Foundation’s vast permanent collection, a dedicated movie theater, a gallery for special exhibits, a tasteful and comprehensive gift shop, and a reflection room that faces our garden and Heart Mountain beyond. The grounds of our National Historic Landmark site include original “camp” structures, interpretive walking trails, a victory garden, and a memorial honor roll. Explore the links below to learn about current and upcoming special exhibits, future events, and the logistics of visiting, including booking a group tour and accessibility information.

You’re also well-positioned to hike the mountain and tour the surrounding area when you visit Heart Mountain…look below for information about the towns of Powell and Cody in Park County, Wyoming, the Nature Conservancy who oversees hiking Heart Mountain, and slightly farther afield, the U.S.’s first national park: Yellowstone. Make a plan to visit Heart Mountain today!


During the upcoming year, we may occasionally need to close the museum due to construction or winter weather. Please check our Admissions page and social media pages (Facebook & Twitter) for updates before planning your visit. Thank you for your understanding!

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Masks are encouraged but not required while inside the interpretive center.

For more information about our health & safety protocols, please visit our Coronavirus page.