Teton Geotourism Center
Located in Driggs, Idaho – the “quiet” side of the Teton Mountains — the Teton Geotourism Center is a new concept in place-based visitor centers.
Geotourism is National Geographic’s “best practice” tourism model that sustains, or even enhances, the geographical character of a place, such as its culture, environment, heritage, and the well-being of its residents.
This is one of the first visitor centers in the world being designed from the ground up within these tenets as a guiding principle. Studio Tectonic provided the design and content development/writing of approximately 3,000 square feet of space as a public centerpiece of the City of Driggs municipal building. Architectural design was provided by Plan One Architects.
Take a virtual tour of the exhibits. Click on the RED TARGETS to move to the next location. Use the controllers at the bottom or simply click and drag the image to navigate.