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1. American Computer and Robotics Museum

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Founded in May of 1990 by visionary collector George Keremedjiev, the American Computer & Robotics Museum inspires visitors of all ages to explore the past and imagine the future of the Information Age through thought-provoking exhibits.. More Info

2. Meagher County Historical Association

 White Sulphur Springs, Central Montana
This castle is filled with historic furnishings and memorabilia. The history provides the visitors with a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived in this area. A guided tour is provided. More Info

3. Big Horn County Historical Museum & Visitors Center

 Hardin, Billings Area
The Museum complex consisting of twenty permanent buildings and represents the area's past. More Info

4. Carter County Museum

 Ekalaka, Southeast Montana
Features dinosaur fossil remains dating back 65 million years ago when many dinosaurs roamed this area. Among the paleontological finds housed within the museum is a mounted skeleton of an Anatotitan Copei, one of three known skeletons found. More Info

5. Valley County Pioneer Museum

 Glasgow, Northeast Montana
In Valley County, Montana, a person is still able to find the fossilized remains of prehistoric creatures. More Info

6. Utica Historical Museum

 Utica, Central Montana
The museum is a large collection of artifacts from the Homestead Era. Everything from household items to farm tools. More Info

7. Holter Museum of Art

 Helena, Helena Area
This museum exhibits quality visual arts in all media from local, national, and international artists, as well as traveling shows. More Info

8. Cheyenne Indian Museum

 Ashland, Southeast Montana
The Cheyenne Indian Museum features artifacts and the history of the Plains Indians. A documentary film on the Saint Labre school is featured. More Info

9. Copper Village Museum & Art Center

 Anaconda, Butte Area
A dream of copper magnate Marcus Daly was to make Anaconda the state capital. For that reason, he spared no expense in making Anaconda’s buildings spectacular. More Info

10. Oscar's Dreamland Yesteryear Museum/Oscar's Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Oscar Cooke had a dream of building the largest steam tractor museum in the world. He did. More Info

11. Museum of the Northern Great Plains

 Fort Benton, Havre Area
The Museum of the Northern Great Plains is a 30,000 square feet facility that tells a story from1908 through 1980 of three generations of farmers. More Info

12. Montana Historical Society Museum

 Helena, Helena Area
This is Montana’s largest museum displaying artifacts covering 12,000 years of history. Paintings of Montana landscapes and people give a rich perspective into life in Montana through the eyes of artists. More Info

13. Peter Yegen Jr. Yellowstone County Museum

 Billings, Billings Area
The Museum incorporates an 1893 log cabin built by Paul McCormick, Sr., a pioneer Montana cattleman. More Info

14. Gallatin County History Museum

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Step back in time and learn about Gallatin County’s heritage. Visit the Gallatin History Museum in Bozeman, which offers a unique glimpse into the area’s past. More Info

15. Basin Trading Post

 Stanford, Central Montana
The famous White Wolf is on display at this historic stop in downtown Stanford. More Info

16. Museum of the Rockies

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Learn about the history and pre-history of the northern Rockies region through exhibits ranging from paleontology and Native American artifacts to historic photography and antique vehicles. More Info

17. Clark Fork Valley Museum

 Fromberg, Red Lodge Area
The history of the Clarks Fork Valley comes alive in one of the last class four, small, rural area railroad depots in the country. More Info

18. Frontier Gateway Museum

 Glendive, Southeast Montana
The museum is historical and chronological in content. Displays range from prehistoric times to the 20th century. More Info

19. Blaine County Museum

 Chinook, Havre Area
Experience the West, from prehistoric to pioneer, through thought-provoking exhibits, that tell the story of this land, its people, and its times. More Info

20. Louis Toavs' John Deere Collection

 Wolf Point, Northeast Montana
If you’re a fan of John Deere tractors, you have to make a stop at Louis Toavs’ farm north of Wolf Point. More Info

21. Museum of the Yellowstone

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
Located in the 1909 Union Pacific Depot, this museum has historic exhibits featuring cowboys, mountain men, Native Americans, and Yellowstone Park. More Info

22. Broadwater County Museum & Library

 Townsend, Helena Area
Local history is featured here with exhibits that reflect mining, a dental office, general store, homestead cabin, and rural school, along with fossil and military collections. More Info

23. Charles M. Bair Family Museum

 Montana, Central Montana
Charles M. Bair came to Montana in 1883 as a conductor on the Northern Pacific Railroad and went into the ranching business in 1893. More Info

24. Wildlife Museum of the West

 Ennis, Bozeman Area
A privately-owned museum featuring bison, moose, deer, elk, mountain lions, black bears, mountain goats, caribou, and more; with a great selection of wildfowl. More Info

25. Crazy Mountain Museum

 Big Timber, Livingston Area
Our museum provides a historical look at Sweet Grass County with exhibits ranging from archaeological and geological finds and information to the Pioneer Room which features early settlers and their families, as well as exceptional rotating exhibits More Info

26. Fly Fishers International and Museum

 Livingston, Livingston Area
This Fly Fishing Center is the only one of its kind in the nation. The center has live fish, explanations about fish habits and habitats, informative displays, a coldwater fish room. More Info

27. Museum of the Beartooths

 Columbus, Red Lodge Area
The Museum of the Beartooths is a great place to visit the history of the homestead era. More Info

28. Livingston Depot Center

 Livingston, Livingston Area
Built by the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1902, the grand Italian style Passenger depot complex holds art and cultural museum with records of railroading in the Pacific Northwest and Montana. More Info

29. Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture

 Huntley, Billings Area
This is a great stop for visitors interested in agriculture and irrigation. More Info

30. Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Cultural Center & Museum

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
This is a traditional teepee village located on the Missouri River near Wolf Point. More Info

31. Liberty County Museum

 Chester, Havre Area
The museum resides in the former Methodist Church building, built in 1911. More Info

32. Powder River Taxidermy Wildlife Museum

 Broadus, Southeast Montana
This museum features wildlife mounts, antique and commemorative guns and local art. It is open year-round. More Info

33. Central Montana Historical Association Museum

 Lewistown, Central Montana
The museum contains history from Lewistown’s early history as a trading post during the homestead era. More Info

34. Prairie County Museum and Evelyn Cameron Gallery

 Terry, Southeast Montana
The museum was founded in 1975 and now includes the 1906 Bank of Terry building, the only steam heated outhouse west of the Mississippi, a pioneer homestead, a Burlington Northern train depot, and the Cameron Gallery. More Info

35. Garfield County Museum

 Jordan, Northeast Montana
A one-room schoolhouse sits beside the museum and is completely furnished with everything from old textbooks to the water pail and double desks from old schools in the area. More Info

36. Jefferson Valley Museum

 Whitehall, Butte Area
The bright red barn that houses this museum was built in 1914. In 1992, the owners donated the barn to use as a museum. More Info

37. Fort Union Trading Post

 Bainville, Northeast Montana
John Jacob Astor’s American Fur Company built Fort Union in 1829 near the junction of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers in what is now North Dakota. More Info

38. Powder River Historical Museum and Mac's Museum

 Broadus, Southeast Montana
The rich history of the area is captured in the Powder River Historical Museum. More Info

39. Havre Railroad Museum

 Havre, Havre Area
This is the newest museum in Havre, but a must for railroad buffs. The small museum is packed with all sorts of railroad artifacts, information, and memories. More Info

40. McCone County Museum

 Circle, Northeast Montana
Features the 35-year-old accumulated wildlife collection of Orville Quick and his sons. More Info

41. Havre Beneath the Streets

 Havre, Havre Area
Probably one of the most popular attractions in northcentral Montana is the historical tour through Havre’s underground. More Info

42. Culbertson Museum

 Culbertson, Northeast Montana
The Culbertson museum is filled with unique items which take you back to the turn of the century. More Info

43. Earth Science Museum

 Loma, Havre Area
This museum is home to a large collection of rocks, fossils, and minerals with parts of the museum displaying hands-on exhibits for children. More Info

44. Granite County Museum & Cultural Center

 Philipsburg, Butte Area
This museum focuses on the mining legacy of the surrounding area. Upstairs in the museum, view the revolving historical exhibits, including archival photos, clothing, and artifacts from Granite County. More Info

45. Old Montana Prison and Auto Museum Complex

 Deer Lodge, Butte Area
Trace the development of the automobile and the use Montanans put it to in this newly refurbished museum. More Info

46. Mineral County Museum

 Superior, Missoula Area
The Mineral County Museum in Superior opened by volunteers in 1977. More Info

47. New Chicago School Museum

 Drummond, Southwest Montana
A rest stop on the Mullan Trail for freighters, New Chicago was called the “Gateway to the Gold Fields.” More Info

48. Historical Society Museum

 Lambert, Northeast Montana
While this museum traces the area's beginnings from 1914, an emphasis is placed on its native son, former Governor Nutter. More Info

49. Law Enforcement Museum

 Deer Lodge, Butte Area
At the Old Montana Territorial Prison in Deer Lodge. This is one of the few museums of its kind in the United States which is actually open to the public. More Info

50. Phillips County Museum

 Malta, Havre Area
Included in displays here are early plains Indian artifacts from the McClellan and Sullivan collections. More Info

51. Musselshell Valley Historical Museum

 Roundup, Central Montana
When you enter this museum, you can sign in on the old registry of the Adams Hotel of Lavina. The museum tells the story of the birth of Roundup and includes a pioneer-era cabin and a five-room house. More Info

52. House of One Thousand Dolls Museum

 Loma, Havre Area
A small and unusual privately owned museum has a wonderful collection of dolls and toys dating back to the 1830s to the present. Open seasonally or by appointment. More Info

53. Pioneer Museum

 Darby, Southwest Montana
Located on Main Street in Darby is the Pioneer Museum featuring exhibits and memorabilia of bygone days. Explore the history of Darby’s settlement during the 1800s. More Info

54. Poplar Museum

 Poplar, Northeast Montana
Poplar Museum contains the best display of Native American culture to be found on the Fort Peck Reservation with superb beadwork and exquisite star quilts. More Info

55. Frontier Montana Museum

 Deer Lodge, Butte Area
The museum features the largest collection of handguns, spurs, chaps, and all the cowboy collectibles between Cody and Calgary. More Info

56. City Hall Historical Museum

 Anaconda, Butte Area
The artifacts and information collected here tell the story of Anaconda, the smelter, and the settlement of the west. More Info

57. Judith Basin Historical Museum

 Montana, Central Montana
Opened in 1967, the Judith Basin County Museum is located next to the County Court House. The Museum depicts history from the transition from cattle ranching to sheep-herding the beginning of the homesteaders. More Info

58. Moss Mansion

 Billings, Billings Area
The Moss Mansion is a unique historical look into the wealthy lifestyle that was present in the early 1900s. More Info

59. Wolf Point Area Historical Museum

 Wolf Point, Northeast Montana
Wolf Point Museum is a small and very interesting museum containing a life-sized statue of the cowboy and artist Charles M. Russell, as well as artifacts from early-day white settlers and Native Americans. More Info

60. Rosebud County Pioneer Museum

 Forsyth, Southeast Montana
This museum is home to many items used by early settlers, and a collection of photographs from the founding families of Forsyth and Rosebud County. More Info

61. Yellowstone Art Museum

 Billings, Billings Area
The Yellowstone Art Museum resides in the restored old jailhouse, and over the years it has acquired a reputation as one of the finest contemporary art museums in the Northern Rockies. More Info

62. Powerhouse Museum

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
A pictorial history of the dam construction is supplemented by models and exhibits. More Info

63. Powell County Historical Museum

 Deer Lodge, Butte Area
Trace the steps through the history of the Deer Lodge Valley at this museum. More Info

64. Upper Musselshell Historical Society Museum

 Harlowton, Central Montana
Inside this museum, you will find a general store, a pioneer home, Native American artifacts, and varied items that tell the history of the area. More Info

65. Wibaux County Museum Complex

 Wibaux, Southeast Montana
Pierre Wibaux was a Frenchman who gave up opportunities in his family’s textile business to seek his fortune in the cattle industry of the American northwest. This museum celebrates his life and times More Info

66. Range Riders Museum

 Miles City, Southeast Montana
From its humble beginnings in 1940s, the Range Riders Museum has become one of the finest museums in the northwest. More Info

67. Treasure County 89ers Museum

 Hysham, Billings Area
Local history is preserved with displays called “Tales of Treasure County. More Info

68. The Heritage Center/H. Earl Clack Museum

 Havre, Havre Area
The old post office built in 1932 and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the home of The Heritage Center and the H. Earl Clack Museum. More Info

69. Schoolhouse History and Art Center

 Colstrip, Southeast Montana
The gallery is housed in the first schoolhouse in Colstrip and provides visitors a look at Colstrip’s history with photographs and other exhibits. More Info

70. Wells Fargo Museum of Gold

 Helena, Helena Area
This museum is in the lobby of the Wells Fargo bank and has a gold collection worth over $600,000. More Info

71. Yellowstone Gateway Museum

 Livingston, Livingston Area
Experience the pioneer days in this museum filled with interesting artifacts, railroad memorabilia, and archaeological finds. More Info

72. Yesterday's Cafe

 Montana, Butte Area
What do you do with an old school building in a virtual ghost town on an interstate exit? You could turn it into a cafe. That’s what Ken Berthelson did. More Info

73. Western Heritage Center

 Billings, Billings Area
The Western Heritage Center is located in the Billings Historic District on Montana Avenue. More Info

74. The Depot Museum

 Rudyard, Havre Area
Except for the sign on Hwy. 2 that points to Rudyard and advertises “596 people and 1 old sorehead,” you wouldn’t think there’s much to see and cruise right on through. More Info

75. Pioneer Ghost Town and Museum

 Scobey, Northeast Montana
Pioneer was built in 1862 before the Gold Creek placers were abandoned for the big strike in Bannack. More Info

76. Peaks to Plains Museum

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
This new location for the Carbon County Historical Society’s museum is in the renovated 1909 Labor Temple at the north end of downtown Red Lodge. More Info

77. The River of Gold Museum

 Virginia City, Butte Area
Whether you just want to see how placer gold was mined during Virginia City’s gold boom, or do a little gold panning yourself, you’ll find this an enjoyable stop for every member of the family. More Info

78. The World Museum of Mining

 Butte, Butte Area
One of Butte’s most popular attractions is nestled beneath the massive headframe of the once active Orphan Girl underground mine. Spread over 12 acres, this 1889 mining camp has dis- plays both inside and outdoors and is appealing to the whole family More Info

79. Richey Historical Museum

 Richey, Northeast Montana
Like most of the small museums throughout Montana, this one has its collection of items from Montana’s past. More Info

80. Ravalli County Museum

 Hamilton, Southwest Montana
Built in 1900 as the Ravalli County Courthouse, the museum displays extensive Flathead Indian artifacts, a veteran’s exhibit, and “Apple Boom Days” relics. More Info

81. Stevensville Historical Museum

 Stevensville, Southwest Montana
This museum features displays and artifacts emphasizing the early history of the Bitterroot Valley and Stevensville, which is the earliest white settlement in Montana, established around St. Mary’s Mission. More Info

82. The Mai Wah Museum

 Butte, Butte Area
When the history of Butte’s mining era is told, most of the focus is on the Irish. The Chinese played an important role as well. As the placer mining era declined, Chinese miners came to Butte to work the mines. More Info

83. Yesterday's Playthings Doll & Toy Museum

 Deer Lodge, Butte Area
See over 1,000 dolls from the Hostetter collection, over 2,000 clown dolls from the Patricia Campbell collection, and china dolls, and paper mache dolls from the 1800s. More Info

84. Sheridan County Museum

 Plentywood, Northeast Montana
The Sheridan County Museums' goal is to display local artists and pioneer heritage. More Info

85. Waterworks Art Museum

 Miles City, Southeast Montana
As a cultural leader in southeastern Montana, the Museum is a nonprofit organization guided by a philosophy of public service. More Info

86. Depot Gallery, Carbon County Historical Society's Museum

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
This outstanding gallery, located in Red Lodge’s original railroad depot at the north end of town has rotating exhibits and sales. More Info

87. Museum of Women's History

 Billings, Billings Area
The Museum of Women’s History was founded in May 1995 at Montana State University-Billings by Dorothy McLaughlin with the support of Chancellor Ronald Sexton. More Info

88. Piccadilly Museum of Transportation

 Butte, Butte Area
The Piccadilly Museum celebrates and preserves the golden age of motoring through its collections of memorabilia. More Info

89. The Castle & Carriage House

 White Sulphur Springs, Central Montana
Familiarly known as the “Castle”, this house was built by B.R. Sherman, stockman and mine owner in 1892. More Info

90. Mineral Museum

 Butte, Butte Area
This is a rock hounds paradise. Butte’s rich mining history is on display here through an impressive array of fine-quality mineral specimens from the underground mines. More Info

91. Beaverhead County Museum

 Dillon, Butte Area
The Mission of the Museum is to collect and preserve the natural, physical, and human history of Beaverhead County, Montana, and to ensure this history is made accessible to all people. More Info

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