National Register of Historic Places

Moose Entrance Kiosk

Grand Teton National Park

Date Added to Register

Monday, April 23, 1990

Smithsonian Number


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The Moose Entrance Kiosk was built during the period 1934-1939 by either the Public Works Administration or the Civilian Conservation Corps for the National Park Service using Service developed plans for natural parks. Before its move to its present location during the early 1960s the kiosk was located closer to the Old Administrative/Housing area of the Park at Beaver Creek, the heart of Grand Teton National Park until completion of the newer headquarters complex where the kiosk is now located. The kiosk is significant because it remains as a clear statement of the National Park Service rustic style of architecture of the 1930s. It is the only example of that particular building type in the Park.

Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources