Garfield County Museum - The museum spotlights the exciting dinosaur discoveries in the nearby Hell Creek fossil beds. An actual Tyrannosaurís head and a full-size replica of a Triceratops are on display. The 1912 homesteading era is portrayed and includes a schoolhouse and blacksmith shop.
Fort Peck Dam Interpretive Center - Provides an in-depth explanation of many of the significant events and resources of the Northeast Montana area to include: the construction of Fort Peck Dam, some of the best dinosaur fossils in the world, a rich native American Culture, the Lewis & Clark Journey, Homesteading and settlement, and the largest wildlife refuges in the nation.
Sheridan County Museum - Dedicated to the preservation of Montanaís pioneer heritage. The museum also displays works of art by local artists. The museum features a mural painted by a local artist, Bob Southland. Measuring 74 by 4 feet, the mural portrays the story of Sheridan County from the time of the early native Americans until the present era.
Phillips County Museum - Displays include early plains Indian artifacts, homesteading days, ranching and farming in Phillips County, mining, early day schools, mercantile, doctor's office, and many wildlife mounts. The museum also houses a very fine dinosaur collection and many marine fossils found in the area.
Children's Museum of North East Montana - Over 12 exhibits covering the Arts, Sciences and Exploring other Cultures. Provides an environment that stimulates exploration, creativity and discovery and empowers children with knowledge through fun, hands-on experiences.
Valley County Pioneer Museum - Valley county has a very rich, colorful, and eventful history. Ranging from Lewis and Clark to cowboys and Indians, the railroad, Ft. Peck dam, and the site of one of the major dinosaur finds of the century, valley county pioneer museum reflects the entire community's history.