Grand Teton National Park's newly renovated Colter Bay Visitor Center is open for the summer season.
The National Park Service says staff worked over the winter to renovate the interior space and to improve the look and function of the facility. The center on the east shore of Jackson Lake also features new interpretive exhibits and cultural displays.
Park Superintendent Mary Gibson Scott says the facelift is just one step toward providing better visitor services at the location.
More than 260,000 visitors pass through the center each year.