118 West Chinook Street
Summer Hours (May - September):
10 AM to 5 PM, 7 days a week.
Winter Hours (October - May):
10 AM to 5 PM, Thursday - Saturday
Park County has been a crossroad of cultures, landscapes, and commodities for over 11,000 years. Whether just passing through, or adding to many generations of settlement; we are all a part of this place and its place in history.
Discover the history of Park County through a variety of exhibits on display in our three-story 1906 schoolhouse on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum illustrates early peoples of the area including native cultures, the railroad industry’s role in westward expansion, and Livingston as the original gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
"To collect, protect an educate concerning the geology, paleontology, archaeology and history of Park County, including Yellowstone and its surrounds for the benefit and enjoyment of the people."
The Bill and Doris Whithorn Collection Online Database contains historical photographs that date back to the 1870s, compiled and reproduced by the Whithorns.