Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s First Online Exhibit Livingston, Montana: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces its first online exhibit, Exploring Yellowstone Through Art, featuring artwork by twenty-five local artists and the inspirational stories behind their artwork. On display at the museum during summer 2015 on the top floor of the museum, readers may now view the exhibit by
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.
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum will open to the public on Wednesday, July 1. Visitors must follow social distancing guidelines and wear masks when entering the museum. Museum exhibits will be open from Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors are asked to pay admission or make purchases using a credit or debit card.
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is beginning two new community history projects. All residents of Park County and Yellowstone National Park are invited to participate. The museum welcomes submissions from all ages—from students to grandparents. The first project, “Chronicling Covid-19,” documents the experiences of local people as they endure the threat of Covid-19 virus or the
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 third Ranching Roundup: Story and Song speaker series program is “A Pure Quill Montana Photographer” presented by Barbara Van Cleve on October 30, which includes stories of her career taking photographs of the western range, ranchers, rodeo, cowboys, and cattle women. Van Cleve will also be showing her photographs during the
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
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces its fall speaker series, A Ranching Roundup: Story and Song, beginning Wednesday, October 2. The first program is “Bulls, Bruises, & Brotherhood: Stories of a Rodeo Bullfighter,” presented by Ray Ansotegui, rodeo bullfighter. 7:00 pm, Park Photo, 115 S. Main St., Livingston. Raymond Ansotegui will give a presentation about the
Westside Historic District, and Bars and Brothels Walking Tours Hosted by Yellowstone Gateway Museum
Two walking tours are offered weekly through September by the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. The “Westside Historic District: Movers and Shakers” tour are on Tuesdays, 1:00pm, beginning July 9. “Bars and Brothels: Livingston’s Lively Legacy,” are on Thursdays, 5:30pm, beginning July 11. Historic research is augmented by stories and historic photographs from the museum’s collections. Tickets