ThingsToDo.com Logo Things to do in Montana

Yellowstone Country Montana

Livingston Depot Center - Operates from May to October, providing historic and cultural programs for the benefit of Park County residents and visitors form around the world. In the winter months, the Depot serves as a community cultural center, hosting such diverse events as concerts, banquets, holiday programs, and weddings.

Museum of the Rockies - Montana's premiere natural history museum and home of the Taylor Planetarium. The Museum today is the largest natural history museum in the region with 94,000 square feet under roof. It includes the only Digistar planetarium in the Northern Rockies and has developed a fully interpreted Living History Farm on 11 adjacent acres.

Yellowstone Historic Center - The Center seeks to understand, preserve and interpret the unique cultural heritage of West Yellowstone, the Hebgen Lake Basin and their connection to the development of transportation and visitation to Yellowstone National Park.

Gallatin History Museum - Visitors can step inside an authentic 1870s log cabin and imagine a family living in a 12-by-14 foot home. Also on display is a model of Fort Ellis (1867-1886), an American Indian exhibit, an agricultural room, and a sheriff's room. Other exhibits feature the story of John Bozeman, the Big Horn Gun, early household items, old automobiles and detailed models of wagons used by pioneers.

Coffrin's Old West Gallery - Proud to display the incomparable works of the early western photographer L.A. Huffman. This is a unique historical collection of some of the most beautiful photographs available today.

International Federation of Fly Fishers - Fly fishing exhibits chronicle the history of fly fishing with displays of rods, reels, lines, float tubes and an extensive collection of outstanding art. Thousands of flies tied by masters from around the world are displayed, including the work of over a dozen FFF Buszek award winners.

Crazy Mountain Museum - A historical museum featuring exhibits that reflect the history of Sweet Grass County and the surrounding area.In addition to displays, it now includes a research area, including a large master index for individuals mentioned in a wide variety of documents and pictures.

Yellowstone Gateway Museum - Located in the former North Side School, the Yellowstone Gateway Museum of Park County is home to an extensive collection of artifacts and exhibits featuring Park County, Yellowstone Park, Railroad, Pioneer, and Old West History. Also on display are many items of Park County's natural history, prehistory and geology.

American Computer & Robotics Museum - One of the world's largest and most comprehensive collections of computer and information age history anywhere on public display.

Children's Museum of Bozeman - Unlike other educational opportunities in the region, this is the only organization dedicated exclusively to providing hands-on, sensory exhibits and programs that foster imagination, curiosity and promote self-confidence.

The Museum of the Beartooths - Outlines local history from the 1870's to present. Free Admission.

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center - The Center's primary mission is to provide visitors to the Yellowstone area have an opportunity to learn about and view live grizzly bears and gray wolves.

Headwaters Heritage Museum - The area's history and culture spans a wide range and the museum reflects that variety. See Native American art and artifacts, Lewis and Clark memorabilia, fur trader exhibits, lots of railroad artifacts, mining and agriculture exhibits as well as exhibits of early settlers and businesses, veterans and home makers.