October 18, 2017

The Montana Historical Society in Helena, Montana

The Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana, Montana Vacation Blog

The Montana Historical Society just east of the State Capitol in Helena is a must for anyone visiting Big Sky Country.  Montana’s Museum has 13,000 years of known history on what is now Montana. From the important works of Montana’s cowboy artist Charles M. Russell to changing exhibits that tell the story of Montana, the museum will show you how people have lived on this great land over the years. It also is home to one of the best western research centers in the nation including a world class photograph archives.

The friendly staff will also provide you information on all of the historic sites and properties in Montana, local museums and other information to make your trip more enjoyable. We have a kids area and it is a great place for families. We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday all year long, closed Sundays and holidays. The Montana Historical Society provides free tours of the State Capitol and of the historic Original Governor’s Mansion house museum. The museum is a worthwhile stop on your journey to Montana. Call 406-444-2694 or go online to www.montanahistoricalsociety.org for more information.

{This post provided courtesy of the Montana Historical Society.}

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