In the Press
Exhibits, programs, whatever's new!
For more than 11,000 years, towering mountain ranges and lush river valleys with abundant wildlife have drawn residents and visitors to this area. The wonders of Yellowstone National Park are nearby. Park county’s people are friendly. And our communities are charming. We invite you to become a part of our history.
New in 2020 are online exhibits. The first is Exploring Yellowstone Through ART, a 2015 exhibit, which showcases twenty-five local artists with stories of the inspiration behind their work. We are committed to adding more so visit our web site often.
Explore permanent exhibits that interpret the area’s native cultures; early expeditions, including the Corps of Discovery and Lewis and Clark; the railway’s role in bringing visitors to Yellowstone National Park and other transportation themes; and the stories and artifacts of early-day communities. Outdoor exhibits include a one-room schoolhouse; blacksmith shop; a fleet of transportation vehicles, including a caboose.
Current temporary exhibits include: Pull Up a Chair: Tales from the Seats of History; On Fire: Structural and Wildland Firefighting; A Military History of Park County; Communication: A Changing Conversation; and One Hundred Years Ago in Park County. We're working on two exhibits: Ice Age Mammals and an outdoor Agriculture (Farming and Ranching) exhibit.
Experience special children’s activities, designed to engage families, that are available in every area of the museum.
Dig a little deeper and visit our Research Center.
Attend a program.
To preserve and interpret the cultural and natural history of Park County, Montana and its relationship to Yellowstone National Park for the education of everyone.