Welcome to the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is no ordinary bar. This gallery-like atmosphere is an awesome display of the true Wild West. The decor alone will keep you fascinated for hours at a time. Wyoming’s landmark watering hole for spirits, beer and wine, The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is located right on the town square in the heart of Jackson. It is famous for its western cowboy flare motif, complete with a large collection of western memorabilia, unique knobbled pine architecture, cowboy murals, animal mounts, and genuine saddle barstools. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is known world wide for its western dancing and live entertainment. Some of the finest entertainers on the country music scene have been known to hit the stage here, including Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Jr., Asleep at the Wheel, Hoyt Axton, Glen Campbell, Tanya Tucker, Willie Nelson, Commander Cody and the James Cotton Blues Band. The best times in Jackson Hole are had at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar!
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Nice sign…sounds like a fun place
Great photo and description. Looks & sounds very inviting!
Thxs for stopping by.
Great shot for the theme and an interesting post.
Words in neon! Love the background you gave with it.
I walked past their door a couple of years ago, but didn’t stop to drink.
sounds like a fun place. I thought the scenery was the most beautiful feature of Jackson Hole. I did enjoy looking at the art pieces for sale as well. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.
Love your take on the theme. That is a beautiful sign.
I sort of like country western type bars especially ones with dancing. I used to love country music but then got burnt out on it.
And with country stars like that it’s no wonder they call it the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.
Nice take on photohunters.
Looks fun ~ I could just do a visit. :sigh:
I was in Jackson Hole this summer and really loved it. Not only was it historical and picturesque, it also gave me the feeling that it is a livable and workable town – I love that!