The Antler Workshop and Gallery is a must see destination. It is a high energy, creative workshop along highway 26/287 in Dubois, Wyoming. The workshop area is where Kurt Gordon, antler builder for over 30 years and Lyn a potter for over 7 years create their art. The gallery area displays their work as well as unique made in Wyoming gifts, hand made pottery, antler furnishings, and chandeliers. Also the antler workshop has one of the largest displays of antler in the territory and buy or sell antler.
A life size bull elk statue that Kurt built entirely from antler stands by the gallery door. Antler Workshop and Gallery has now published a children's book "A Bull Elk Named Sue", a story of imagination and creating and building the statue including a snap shot of life in a small western town "where cowboys work and play". Highway 26/287 winds over Togwotee Pass one of the most scenic routes to Yellowstone, the Tetons and Jackson Hole, 70 miles away. Dubois, Wyoming boosts many motels, camping and historic guest ranches along with family style restaurants and fine dining.