Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park, Specialized
The history of our area is brought to life through the society's collecton of photographs, artifacts and exhibits. The society is working toward a major expansion to the main exhibit building, which houses the archives, offices, gift shop and the rotating exhibit gallery.
Museum History: The Big Horn County Historical Society developed the Big Horn County Historical Museum in 1978 on a 22 acre farm.
Great Falls, Montana
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Library
As part of the Cascade County Historical Society, the mission of the Historical Society's Archives is to preserve historical documents and records considered important to the heritage of the area and to utilize those resources in providing educational opportunities to the public.
Children's, Culture, Library, Natural History, Science
CommunityWorks builds community, seeking new solutions to old problems and collaborating for strength. CommunityWorks fosters a healthy, peaceful, vibrant community grounded in educational excellence, authenticity and richness of relationships, respect and celebration of diversity.
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Library
The Hockaday Museum of Art is a prominent visual arts museum and cultural resource for adults, children, and families throughout northwest Montana. It serves as the "Artistic Gateway to Glacier National Park",and a forum for Montana's artistic tradition and creative cultural vision.
Art, Culture, History, Historical Society, Library
The MonDak Heritage Center is the MonDak region's premier museum and art gallery, with the largest available exhibit space of any such combined facility in the region. Our mission is to preserve the region's cultural heritage and support its artistic development through traditional museum exhibits and art shows as well as through special programming. Please feel free to browse our website to get a sense of what we have to offer
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Established in 1865, the Montana Historical Society is one of the oldest institutions of its kind west of the Mississippi River. Learn more about Montana's Museum, the Montana Historical Society Press, Montana The Magazine of Western History, the Montana State Historic Preservation Office, and the MHS Research Center. Join in the countless programs we offer through our Outreach and Interpretation division, or shop in our unique Museum Store in person or online.
Culture, General, History, Library, Military, Specialized
As part of the preservation effort, the Museum seeks to acquire and display any and all items related to this region's mountain flying history, including, but not limited to, appropriate vintage aircraft, memorabilia, artifacts, historical documents, photographs, personal narratives and diaries, motion picture footage, tape recordings, magazine articles and books.
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
Located at 400 Woodrose in Colstrip, MT, the Schoolhouse History and Art Center (SHAC) is established to provide the opportunity for cultural events, arts education and promotion, and to encourage and preserve the culture and history of Colstrip and the surrounding area.
Children's, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized
Swan Ecosystem Center (SEC) is a nonprofit community group in the Swan Valley of northwestern Montana. People with diverse perspectives learn about the watershed and are involved in land management on public and private land. SEC helps people work together to sustain the valley's natural resources and rural and wild characteristics.
Arboretum, History, Historic House, Library
1910 Georgian Revival home of Copper King Marcus Daly-founder of Hamilton surrounded by 40 acres of the beautiful Margaret Daly Memorial Arboretum
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
The Historical Village in Eureka, Montana is a collection of historic buildings and artifacts from the Tobacco Valley area. The properties, which include ten structures and their contents, are maintained and administered by volunteer workers and fundraisers inspired by a concern to preserve the history of the Tobacco Valley area.