Chapel of the Transfiguration, Grand Teton National Park

4.7
#6 of 40 in Historic Sites in Wyoming
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Chapel of the Transfiguration is a small log chapel in Grand Teton National Park, in the community of Moose. The chapel was sited and built to frame a view of the Cathedral Group of peaks in a large window behind the altar. The chapel, which was built in 1925, is owned and operated by St. John's Episcopal Church in Jackson.
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  • Cool bit of history but it was closed due to COVID. But that's par for the course for much of the park. Yet, good to see and the backdrop of the mountains was beautiful.  more »
  • We were disappointed to find that the Chapel of the Transfiguration was closed due to COVID-19. However, it’s hard to imagine a lovelier situation for an Episcopal chapel. The view of the Tetons is...  more »
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  • So quiet and serene, a worthy stop to appreciate how life was like a hundred years ago...how people gathered in this quaint Chapel to pray and meet with distant neighbors. Lots of interpretive signs to appreciate the history of the place. Enjoy!
  • ❤❤❤ Grand Tetons/Yellowstone. Absolutely a must see! The variety of wild animals not in cages, the whole park left me speechless and a new look at life.

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