Glacier County Historical Museum & Archive

City: Cut Bank
Phone: 406.873.4904

Physical Address:
107 Old Kevin Highway
Cut Bank, Montana 59427

The Glacier County Historical Museum offers educational, interactive and interesting exhibits on homesteading, Lewis & Clark, the artist John Clark, community businesses, oil and Cut Bank 1898 through the 1960s. This 14-acre site includes two museum exhibit buildings, an oil worker's house, oil derrick, 1917 schoolhouse, 1980s caboose and - our most recent addition - a replica homestead house and farm interpreted by living history. Weekend costumed interpreters portraying circa 1915 characters from Glacier County history talk about themselves and demonstrate the daily lives of the time period as homesteaders on the plains of northern central Montana.

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Reservations

Walk-ins Welcome

Payment Methods

Cash
In State Personal Check
Out Of State Personal Check
Travelers Checks

Activities

American Heritage
Antiques
Art
Exhibit
Folk Art
Heritage
History
Lewis And Clark
Museum
Native Art
Tour
Western Art

Services Offered

Air Conditioning
Books
Gift Shop
Handicapped Accessible
Maps
Merchandise
Parking
Public Restroom
Tour
Unescorted Tour
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