Features the 35-year-old accumulated wildlife collection of Orville Quick and his sons. While driving through town, don’t be surprised to see a brontosaurus towering over Orville Quick’s house. Once you find the museum though, you’ll find an extensive collection of mounted birds and animals of Eastern Montana are set in their natural habitat. In addition there are over 5,000 items on display including a large firearm collection, a replica homesteader’s shack, a military display, Indian artifacts, agricultural tools and equipment, and more. Open year-round from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. Admission is free.