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TA Moulton Barn, Mormon Row Wyoming

T.A. Moulton Barn

The Thomas Alma Moulton Homestead is known as one of the  most photographed barns in America.   The barn took nearly 30 years to build with the was built in the early 1900’s and is breathtaking to see with the Grand Tetons as its backdrop.  

 TA Moulton barn Wyoming large art home decor

Where is Mormon Row?

Mormon Row is nestled at the base of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming.  

Turning from Hwy 191 / 26 / 91 (it seems to have lots of numbers!) onto Antelope Flats Road.(Appropriately named, as I found this little guy there!)  

Follow that road for a couple of miles and you will see the barns start to appear.  Turn right to go to the TA Moulton barnJohn Moulton barn is on the left. 

Grand Teton Map


When to Visit

My favorite time to see the Mormon Row barns is in the morning when the sun is shining on the Grand Tetons.   Try to plan your time around the weather - sun is your friend with this photo opportunity!

This is a very popular spot and many tour groups are here as well as wedding photo shoots - so be patient.   It’s definitely worth the wait to experience the beauty of this barn among the Grand Tetons.   

If you decide to go later in the day, you will be working with a darker view of the Tetons.   

 Mormon row barn on display in bedroom. Moulton barn TruLife acrylic large wall decor photography fine art

What to Expect

To be honest, I wasn't quite sure WHAT to expect when I got there.    I had read reviews and was worried it would be packed, and I wouldn't be able to get a good shot of the barn.    I was pleasantly surprised!  

What I found was - a lot of people who want that perfect shot, but are willing to wait their turn so that everyone can have the perfect photo.   

There a parking lot not far from the TA Moulton Barn (it's small ... it holds like 8-10 cars!).  It's dusty out there! There is a little walking trail between the parking lot and the barn.   The barn can be easily viewed from the road, however the best shots are near the trees to the left of the barn.    Watch out for ground squirrel holes.   They are everywhere!!  (Along with the squirrels!)


My Favorite Part

For me, the best part of Mormon Row is just - being there.   Being able to pause for just a few minutes and reflect on the history of that barn, the stories it could tell, the hard work it's seen.   The sadness, happiness and fulfillment the TA Moulton Barn has witnessed.   All within a beautiful scenic location of the glorious Grand Tetons hovering over as if watching or offering a shield of protection.    

Just to pause and breathe out in the open.   Fresh mountain air.  

I think that's why I truly love the barn pieces of art so much.   The ability fo capture the experience of seeing the early 1900's barn with the Grand Tetons.  


Check out the Jackson Hole Historical Society Museum for more details about the life and families of John and TA (Alma) Moulton.     

Also, Jerry Moulton reached out to me and I found out that he is the grandson of TA (Alma) Moulton and the last Moulton to be born on Mormon Row.   He maintains a photo and history site as well.   MormonRow.Com    A special thank you to the Moulton family for sharing their beautiful history for all to enjoy.

 Dining room with art - Rustic fence cattle chute in front of the grand tetons Wyoming Lisa Blount Photography

Loved the Barns, but missed the shot?

As a photographer, I love sharing my experiences thru my art.   This TA Moulton Barn fine art is a 48x24 inch TruLife Acrylic, museum mounted piece that combines rustic, mountains, nature and history all into one beautiful picture.

Beautiful decor for both home and office.      

TA Moulton barn photography hanging on wall above farmhouse style bench

Decor for home or office


Lisa Blount is an experience photographer, capturing her experiences thru life and turning them into fine art.   

 Since ART is a true reflection of what the artist sees, feels, and interprets - it is therefore a reflection of ones self .... thru their ART.

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Thanks, Jerry, for sharing that! I’ve updated my blog and added a link to your site. Thank you to your family for sharing the history and beautiful barns (and view) – for all of us to enjoy. Mormon Row was a definite highlight of my trip to the Grand Tetons!


My Grandfather was TA Moulton. Known to family and friends as Alma. I was born here. The last Moulton to be born on Mormon Row. We moved off the property and turned it over to the Park Service in November of 1961. For more photos and history, check my website at

Jerry Moulton

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