Street Address
251 Eastside Hwy
Hamilton, MT 59840
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 223
Hamilton, MT 59840
phone: 406-363-6004
Mother's Day through the first week of October
Daily10 AM - 4 PM
Winter hours
Winter hours are tours by appointment
Adults: $9
Seniors: $8
Children under 6: Free
Children: $7
Gift Shop
Special Event Rental
Group Tours
April Johnson, Executive Director
phone: 406-363-6004 x3
Darlene Gould, House Manager/Volunteer Coordinator
phone: 406-363-6004 x4
John Koch, Museum Staff


1910 Georgian Revival home of Copper King Marcus Daly-founder of Hamilton surrounded by 40 acres of the beautiful Margaret Daly Memorial Arboretum .


Envision the wedding of your dreams at the Daly Mansion. The gorgeous, sloping lawns and swales with leafy canopies above will enchant your guests and set the scene for perfect photography and video. The wedding reception includes use of the 40 x 100 tent, and tables and chairs are available if needed. You may opt for a Ceremony only, which can be held anywhere on the grounds, or a Reception only, or both. For rates and available dates, contact us: Contact April at 363-6004 ext. 3 or

Historic Preservation at the Daly Mansion

Over the past seven years, the Daly Mansion Preservation Trust has raised $1.34 million in federal funding for historic preservation of the Mansion, part of which came from the Save America's Treasures Grant program, which is in danger of being cut by the current administration. If you love our cultural heritage and want to see preservation and restoration supported, speak out about it - to your congressmen and women, stop this trend!

The Trust has also raised an incredible $772,000 in donations from private individuals and foundations over this period to fund the restoration of the Mansion. It has been a miraculous recovery for this jewel of Montana history.


"The Daly Mansion Preservation Trust is dedicated to preserving and interpreting The Daly Mansion, its buildings, grounds and the history they convey. It is a center for education, cultural and community activities."

Educational Programs

Education programs include:

  • Summer Youth History Camp
  • Adult History Classes and Workshops
  • Junior Board of Directors
  • Guided Tours
  • Special Exhibits
  • Lectures


Performance Areas


Non-Profit Volunteer Board of Directors


Access: General Public

Appointment required: Yes



  • Quarterly Membership Newsletter
  • Volunteer Newsletter


Wheelchair Accessible


Gift Shop

Special Event Rental

Group Tours