Montana Historical Society

Montana Historical Society and Montana’s Museum features two separate locations.

Montana Historical Society and Montana’s Museum
225 North Roberts, Helena MT 59620

Montana’s Museum features: the Montana Homeland exhibit–12,000 years of history under the Big Sky; the Mackay Gallery of Charles M. Russell Art—magnificent artwork by Montana’s “Cowboy Artist;” Neither Empty Nor Unknown: Montana at the Time of Lewis & Clark—the life-ways and culture of Native peoples who thrived in what is now Montana-well before the famous explorers arrived; and special exhibits. Open year round, Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm, Thursdays until 8pm. ADMISSION: Adults $5, Children $1, Family $12. Also visit the Museum Store for Montana take-home treasures and our Research Center where you can delve into history resources that interest you (call for hours).

Original Governor’s Mansion
304 North Ewing Street, Helena MT 59620

This stately Queen Anne style mansion has enjoyed both public and private roles in the history of Montana and its capital city. Tours highlight the architecture of the Mansion as well as the life of Governor Samuel Stewart and his family, the first governor to live there, 1913-1921. Guided tours available hourly: May 1-September 30, Tuesday-Saturday at: noon, 1pm, 2pm & 3 pm. October 1-April 30, Saturdays only at: noon, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm. ADMISSION: Adults $4, Children (5-18) $1, Family $10.

Free Admission
Free Parking