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Cm Russell Museum

CM Russell Museum

400 13th Street N | 406-727-8787

Dedicated to the famed cowboy artist’s work, you can find the most complete collection of CM Russell art in Great Falls. Voted Montana’s best museum, you will find over 2,000 Russell works of art. Charlie’s studio and the Russell home are also part of the museum complex, offering you a glimpse into the artist life beyond the canvas.


First People’s Buffalo Jump State Park

342 Ulm Vaughn Rd, Ulm Montana | 406-866-2217

One of the largest prehistoric Native American Buffalo Jumps in the world, the site has an archeological history dating back to 900 AD.  Walk the trails and explore the visitor center to learn about the many native peoples that used the jump as a successful hunting method a way for their tribes to obtain food, clothing, bedding, tools, and cooking vessels all from the remains of the bison.

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The History Museum

422 2nd Ave S | 406-452-3462

The mission of the Cascade County Historical Society/The History Museum is to preserve the historical and folk heritage of the North Central Montana Region. Our non-profit acts on this mission by maintaining a museum, a permanent collection, and archives, as well as providing educational programming to further community awareness of the significance of our local history. We also serve as a research center, have a fantastic giftshop with Montana and Native American made products, offer free admission, and celebrate the diverse culture of our region with monthly Second Saturday programs.


Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

4201 Giant Springs Road | 406-727-8733

The interpretive center holds North America’s most extensive display detailing the Lewis and Clark expedition. Journey through the expedition, beginning in St. Louis and ending on the Oregon coast and take in the awe of the museum’s 2-story diorama centerpiece. The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is currently open Wednesdays – Sundays from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. There is no entrance fee. Interpretive exhibits are featured in the lobby, restrooms are open, and the bookstore is open from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

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Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art

1400 1st Ave N | 406-727-8255

Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art cultivates public exposure to contemporary and self-taught art through dynamic  exhibitions, thoughtful collection and preservation, and multi-generational educational programming while serving as a cultural center in a historic building.

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The Ursuline Centre

2300 Central Ave | 406-452-8585

The Ursuline Academy opened in 1912 as a school for grades kindergarten through high school, including a boarding school for girls. The Collegiate Gothic building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. Today, the Centre is owned by the Ursuline Centre Historical Foundation, and offers a preschool, a conference and retreat ministry and a museum.

Children’s Museum of Montana | 22 Railroad Square

Malmstrom Air Force Base Museum and Air Park |90 Whitehall Dr

Montana Museum of Railroad History | 400 3rd Street NW

Brother Van House | 113 6th Street N

Montana’s Veterans Memorial | 25th Street North and River Dr