1000 George St, Butte, MT, USA, Butte
Butte’s rich mining & cultural history comes alive • Private tours available: weddings, reunions & more! Call for Reservations
3100 Harrison Avenue, Butte
Reservations Required, no private vehicles allowed on road • Tour 90′ Statue of Mary Mother of Jesus • Views of Butte & Seven Mountain Ranges. Gift shop.
155 Museum Way, Butte
Walk the streets of Hell Roarin’ Gulch and take an Underground Tour of the Historic Orphan Girl Mine.
69316 Hwy 93, 4 mi S of Ronan, Charlo
Fantastic Display of Early Montanan’s oral & written Native American history
spectrUM is a Hands-on Science Center located in Downtown Missoula. Science. Try It. Like us on Facebook!
Arthropod Zoo and Museum • Animal Encounter Cart • Fun for all ages! The Insectarium inspires an appreciation and understanding of insects and their relatives through educational programs and innovative science exhibits featuring live invertebrates. Like us on Facebook for events, new exhibits, and cool information about insects!
Located near Fortine. Call for directions., Fortine
More than 2 dozen vintage aircraft, including the world’s only airworthy Mk 47 Seafire! Aircraft engines, aviation art, and more. Located near Fortine. Tours by Appointment Only. If you drive to our location without an appointment you may not find a tour guide available.
Tour the elegant, beautifully preserved mansion & spectacular gardens of a Montana pioneer.
34067 Hwy 2 Libby, Libby
Mining, Logging, Kootenai Indians, David Thompson & Fur Trade, Native Animals • Gift shop • Picnic tables Unique 12-sided, 130-foot diameter log structure – Exhibits portray the history of the area such as mining, logging, the Kootenai Indians, geographer David Thompson and the fur trade, as well as native animals from the surrounding landscape. Gift shop and picnic […]
250 Station Drive MISSOULA , Missoula
Visit the National headquarters of the oldest hunter-conservationist organization in North America. Founded by Teddy Roosevelt in 1877! See World’s Record & other examples of successful conservation.
Building 322, Fort Missoula, Missoula, Missoula
Keeping Missoula’s history alive. 32 acres, Historic Fort Missoula. Open year-round. Like us on Facebook for information about events year round!
56633 Hwy 93, Pablo
Native American Museum • Gift Shop • Cultural Education Programs • Picnic Area
Hwy 93, Polson, Polson
Visitors call us the “Smithsonian of the West!” Enjoy our delightful diversity year-round. “A Premiere Tourist Attraction!” Over 250,000 artifacts in 40 buildings! More than 70 antique motorcycles.
708 Main Street, Polson
Reservation Pioneer Exhibits (stagecoach, buggies, daily living in early Montana) • Home of the Flathead Lake Monster!
400 Round Butte Rd W, Ronan
The Garden of the Rockies Museum was the first church in Ronan built in the early 1900s. It was given to the Mission Valley Heritage Association in 1980 and moved to its present site with a beautiful view of our famous Sheep’s Head Mountain. We acquired Sloans Flat Stage Stop-a dovetailed log house built in […]
Est 1854, National Historic Registry • 58 Hand-painted Murals • Open all year 9 to 5 The Mission was listed as a national historical site in 1973 and is open 9am to 5pm in the Winter (weather permitting), and until 7pm in the summer, seven days a week, for self-guided tours. The Mission in St. […]
Celebrating 175 years, September 24, 2016! Visit the 1st community in Montana! See where Montana Began! St. Mary’s Chapel, Fr. Ravalli’s Ride-up Pharmacy, Chief Victor’s Cabin, Salish Encampment. All restored to 1880’s. Guided Tours 4/15–10/15, Tuesday–Saturday. On September 24, 2016 at 10 a.m,. St. Mary’s Mission will celebrate the 175th anniversary of the first pioneer settlement […]