Grand Teton National Park’s Indian Arts Museum at Colter Bay has opened to the public for the season this weekend after a major renovation to the facility. Park Superintendent Mary Gibson Scott says a part of the collection not displayed here for years now graces new displays there. Scott says the building at Colter Bay has been stabilized and made ADA accessible, placing all of the museum displays on a single main floor with the offices and bookstore. She says the existing visitor center is to be used for up to another ten years while plans are made for a new building. Scott notes that the collection is unique in the national park system and making sure it is restored, cared for and returned to the park is a major commitment.