Teton Geotourism Center

Driggs, Idaho

Occupying a prominent downtown location in the heart of Driggs, Idaho, the Teton Geotourism Center embraces the community’s traditional design ethos through classic lines and building materials. The project’s fundamental goals included preserving the region’s history, sharing its rich culture, enhancing visitor experiences in the area, sustaining local natural assets through education, and serving as a community gathering place and source of contribution to the local economy.

The 3,931 square-foot facility is a visitor center that represents the unique life and lifestyle along one of Idaho’s Teton Scenic Byways. Via museum-quality displays and interactive exhibits, the Center educates, entertains, and informs visitors of all ages.

Architect of Record: Plan One Architects, Driggs | Garett Chadwick, Project Architect + Assoc. Principal | Lindsay Johnson, Interior Design