Summer Walking Tours: Ghosts and Ghost Signs, Gateway City’s Ties to Yellowstone, and Sip and Stroll: Livingston Bar Tour

Three weekly historic walking tours are offered through September by the Yellowstone Gateway Museum in Livingston, beginning June 27. The Ghosts and Ghost Signs tour is held on Monday evenings, 5:30pm; A Gateway City’s Ties to Yellowstone: A Walking Tour is on Tuesdays, 5:30pm; and Stroll & Sip: Livingston Bar Tour is on Thursdays, 5:30pm.

Celebrating Yellowstone—Call for Art

The Yellowstone Gateway Museum in Livingston is seeking submissions for “Celebrating Yellowstone” a juried art exhibition and sale to be displayed at the museum from May 1-October 1, 2023. Artwork must be created during 2022, Yellowstone National Park’s 150th anniversary year. Past or current residents of Park County, Montana, as well as Yellowstone National Park,

A Brief History of Cooke City: People and Place Virtual Program

The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s “People and Place” virtual speaker series continues on Wednesday, April 21, 7:00pm with Historian Kelly Hartman and “A Brief History of Cooke City.” Participants can register for any or all of the Zoom programs here: https://yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org/webinars-programs/people-place/. Programs are uploaded to museum’s YouTube channel after the live virtual event.Historian Kelly Hartman published

People and Place Virtual Speaker Series

The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s People and Place virtual speaker series begins on Wednesday, April 7, 7:00pm, and continues Wednesday evenings throughout April. (The Friends of the YGM Annual Meeting precedes the April 14 program, beginning at 6:30pm.) Participants can register for any or all of the Zoom programs here: https://yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org/webinars-programs/people-place/. Programs are uploaded to museum’s

Glimmers Of History

GLIMMERS OF HISTORYAn archive of weekly social media posts that highlights photographs and stories from Yellowstone Gateway Museum collections, we are grateful to the photographers and donors of these images, capturing and preserving our lively history. Visit this page often as we will keep adding to these history moments. Or follow us on Instagram or

Exploring Yellowstone Through ART

Exploring Yellowstone Through ARTTwenty-six professional and amateur artists—current and former residents of the county and the park—are represented. Subjects are as varied as the park itself, including landscapes, geothermal features, wildlife, and more. Artists chose varied mediums, including oil, oil encaustic, acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, colored pencil, and stained glass. A brief story about the

Two Community History Projects Launched by Museum

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