Montana boasts an impressive number of museum collections, and community art centers that have gained worldwide fame.
Tour the State Capitol located at 1301 East Sixth Avenue in Helena.
Explore this Queen Anne-Style mansion that was home to Montana's governors from 1913-1959.
A complete listing of all museums & art galleries in the state.
Visit the Historical Society's museum.
operates historic resources in Virginia City, the Nation's most unique western gold mining community and Nevada City, Montana's premier living history/open air museum, home of the Alder Gulch Shortline Railroad-Montana's only working steam locomotive.
The region's largest natural history museum features a planetarium and a fully interpreted Living History Farm on 11 adjacent acres.
Established in 1953, the C.M. Russell Museum owns the most complete collection of Charles Russell art and personal objects in the world.
Bear Paw, Little Bighorn, Rosebud, Canyon Creek, and Big Hole Experience history at Montana's historic battlefields.
Explore our monuments, historic sites, mansions, and dams.
Immerse yourself in Montana culture! Plan to attend one of these cultural events.
Discover Montana's Indian reservations rich strongholds of Native American heritage