Mountain Man Toy Shop

This retail shop features two concepts in one. Mountain Man Toy Shop carries handmade Damascus steel hunting and pocket knives, hand forged axes and tomahawks, lassos, gentlemen’s shaving accessories and more. The rustic log cabin interior lends itself to a blackjack table, an 8’ pine cowboy bar, a world record size elk mount and an 18’ hot rolled steel wall of knives. You can try your hand at throwing tomahawks on the giant wood crosscut target on the outside wall of the shop. The space also features New West KnifeWorks. These fine kitchen knives are made using the highest performance powder metal (CPM) steel, elegantly designed and are proudly manufactured in the USA.

Jackson Hole Playhouse

Built in 1916 the building that is now home to Jackson Hole Playhouse served as a blacksmith and buggy shop. As times changed rapidly, so did the building. It became the town’s first car dealership, its first bowling alley, a billiard hall, a Western Union outpost, and, it is rumored, a house of ill-repute. In 1959 the building was changed into a theatre. Today the Playhouse prides itself on quality family theatre, providing the best of Broadway Musicals and drawing its talent from all of the 50 states.

Jackson Hole Rodeo

Rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived over 100 years ago. Your Jackson Hole vacation would not be complete without experiencing the legendary Jackson Hole Rodeo.

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