Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Natl. Park, Wyoming | The Cat's Meow Village

Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Natl. Park, Wyoming

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Cat's Meow wooden shelf sitter replica of Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming


This Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone National Park handcrafted from ¾” thick wood in the USA. The colorful details on the front also include our famous black cat mascot, Casper, either sitting or reclining. The back includes a short description.

You can sit this keepsake on a mantle, shelf, desk, or perch it on the molding above your window or doorway. Group it with other Cat’s Meows to create your very own Village.

Nestled in the Firehole Valley since 1903, the historic Old Faithful Inn bridges the gap between man and nature. When Yellowstone National Park was created in 1872, no one envisioned the system of parks, monuments, historic sites, and battlefields that make up the National Park System today. President Ulysses S. Grant signed the Yellowstone Park Act on March 1, 1872, preserving more than 3,300 square miles in park land. Appearing to be part of the wilderness itself, the Old Faithful Inn provided guests with a bird's eye view of the world's most famous geyser.