When it comes to planning a wedding, chapels, ranches and church seem to be all the rage. Wyoming is a great place to find one and especially this rarity with a view.

The land was donated by Maud Noble, who was originally from a wealthy family in Philadelphia and ended up on a dude ranch in the Cowboy State. She purchased a ferry and ran the operations charging $1.00 for residents and $2.00 for all others.

She donated the land she owned in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and this chapel was built in 1925 and still functions as an Episcopal church. Not only is it a beautiful place to either renew or exchange vows, but the view of the Tetons in the backdrop, help to really enhance the experience.

                                                                                                                                                A bit of movie trivia is involved with the chapel also. The chapel had a pretty big role in the 1963 movie 'Spencer's Mountain', which was filmed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and starred Maureen O'Hara and Henry Fonda.

So if you're looking for a memorable experience for a wedding or church service, plan on taking a nice road trip to the chapel near the Tetons. You'll be glad you did.