The Yellowstone Gateway Museum has elected to not open at this time. The museum and research center will be closed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic and reduced staff. For more information, please contact Karen Reinhart, interim director, firstname.lastname@example.org; or 406-222-4184. Visit our Facebook page for updates.
Livingston, Montana The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s Wan-I-Gan Press recently published the second edition of History of Park County, Montana. First published in 1984, the second edition now includes an index. Led by Doris Whithorn, museum volunteers compiled the book in 1984. They recognized the importance of remembering individuals and families who settled here and the
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s final Ranching Roundup: Story and Song speaker series program is Wednesday, November 13, 7:00 pm, Park Photo, 115 S. Main St., Livingston. Montana singer/songwriter, actor, playwright, author, and poet Neal Lewing presents “The F.A.R.M. Show,” a Farm and Ranch Musical tribute, a fast-paced family-friendly show using music, poetry, history, legends, lies
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s second Ranching Roundup: Story and Song speaker series program, Treasure State Tycoon: Nelson Story and the Making of Montana, is presented by author John C. Russell on Wednesday, October 16, 7:00 pm, Park Photo, 115 S. Main St., Livingston. The presentation is based on Russell’s book, Treasure State Tycoon: Nelson Story
Time is running short for you to experience the Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s summer art exhibit, Exploring Yellowstone through Art. It will only be on display only through September 30 in Livingston. Beautifully displayed in the museum’s Expedition Room, the art represents Yellowstone National Park on aesthetic and emotional levels. Looking at the exhibit’s diverse collection
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is hosting a program entitled Early Day Montana Life: A Conversation with Don Ellis on Friday, November 15, 6:30 PM at the Livingston-Park County Library, 228 W. Callender in Livingston. Don Ellis is a longtime resident of Livingston. A native Montanan, he was born in the Smith River country east of Great Falls,