Physical Address: 6800 U.S. Highway 12 W. Lolo, Montana 59847
Dedicated to the Cowboy, American Indian and Lewis and Clark. Cowboy and Indian museum with carriage collection. Situated adjacent to the Historic ''Travelers' Rest State Park.'' Enjoy interpretive areas with authentic tipis, horse-drawn vehicles (wagons), western hat-boot-spur displays and old town street scene. Experience the Old West as it was. Cowboy & Indian museum with carriage collection. Season of operation is by appointment only.
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