Welcome to the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center! We are open every day during the spring and summer, and Wednesday through Saturday during the autumn and winter. Our admissions hours are between 10:00am and 5:00pm, and during days we are closed we can often accommodate visitors or groups by special appointment.
Under 12: FREE
HMWF Members: FREE
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INTERPRETIVE CENTER HOURS
SUMMER (Mid-May — Early October)
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
WINTER (Early October — Mid-May)
Open Wednesday — Saturday
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Other visitation by appointment
Happy Autumn everyone! Starting Sunday, October 1, our winter hours are in effect: the Interpretive Center will be open every Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
During the upcoming year, we may occasionally need to close the museum due to construction or winter weather. Please check our social media pages (Facebook & Twitter) for updates before planning your visit. Thank you for your understanding!
Masks are encouraged but not required while inside the interpretive center.
For more information about our health & safety protocols, please visit our Coronavirus page.
The Heart Mountain Interpretive Center is located between the towns of Cody and Powell on highway 14A in northwest Wyoming. 15 minutes from Cody and 10 minutes from Powell, visitors will see the iconic red brick chimney of the original hospital structure on the hill overlooking the site as they are approaching the turn onto Road 19. This corner is also marked by two very large trees. Once visitors proceed down Road 19 and turn right onto the interpretive center road, the driveway circles around the structure ending at the parking lot.
We are located approximately one hour from the east entrance of Yellowstone Park. Check out our Visit page for more information on hiking Heart Mountain, things to see and do in Powell and Cody, and exploring the nation’s first national park!