Wyoming’s Iconic Moulton Barns Are One Of The Most Photographed Landmarks In The Country

Grand Teton National Park is home to so much more than remarkable mountains, alpine lakes, and gorgeous, rocky trails. If you spend some time exploring the outskirts of the park, you’ll find historic homesteads, buildings, cabins, and even a beautiful chapel! Of all of the landmarks in the area, though, the most photographed spot in Wyoming is likely down on Mormon Row. The T.A. Moulton and John Moulton barns, which you can find along the Antelope Flats section of the Jackson Hole valley, are the most photographed barns in the entire country.

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Address: Antelope Flats, Wyoming 83012, USA