Take a virtual tour of historic downtown Jackson for Historic Preservation Month

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) is celebrating the 2nd annual Historic Preservation Month. AHW has partnered with businesses across the state to celebrate the role of historic preservation in local economic development. Because of COVID-19, they are taking the celebration digital. The celebration will be offering virtual tours of historic downtowns, walkthroughs of historic buildings, online histories of Wyoming communities, scavenger hunts, and ideas for supporting local businesses across the state.

You can even take a virtual tour of the streets of downtown Jackson on May 5, hosted by the Teton County Historic Preservation Commission and TravelStorys. Plus get a peek at Jackson’s Hidden History with videos from the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum.

To find out more about Historic Preservation Month and the recognized businesses and events highlighted in the month of May, check out the AHW’s website.

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