Comfort Inn & Suites Market - Airport
1801 Market Place Drive
Great Falls, MT 59404
Phone: (406) 455-1000
Fax: (406) 455-6672
1801 Market Place Drive, Great Falls, MT, US, 59404
- Phone: (406) 455-1000
- Fax: (406) 455-6672
Arts & Museums
At the High Plains Heritage Center, the Cascade County Historical Society and the Great Falls Genealogy Society remember time past, create history in the present, and record the stories of today for tomorrow.
Every exhibit in the entire museum is designed so that kids can touch, poke, raise, lower, push and examine to their hearts' content.
The Cowboys Museum is an authentic log cabin with double fireplaces and replicas of hitching posts from Montana's frontier days. Inside it is filled with Old West relics.
Offers original western art including work by old masters such as Russell, Seltzer, Standing plus an ever changing display by contemporary regional artists.
Gallery 16 specializes in handling the work of Montana artists and craftsmen. The creations of over 100 artists are on display at the spacious gallery.
Providing an all round art experience, the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art consists a number of galleries of 20th century art along with a sculpture garden and workshops. The beautifully designed building welcomes all into a space of imagination and creativity and regularly hold tours and educational events. Check website for more details.
C.M. Russell Museum is a collection house that chronicles the life and works of the native artist Charles M. Russell. Established in 1953, the museum aims to preserve, promote and disseminate the art of the stalwart and interpret and educate about his work for posterity. The museum features a variety of paintings, sculptures and illustrations by the artist along with exhibits that recreate his personality. The complex has five galleries and spaces that pertain to the different aspects of his life. Call ahead for more information.
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center is a museum of sorts that chronicles the historic expedition of Lewis and Clark across North America. You can find here exhibits, replicas and multimedia displays that pertain to their discoveries and experiences. With gasping views of the Missouri River, the trails, parks to the wildlife and outdoors, you can educate yourself a lot about the two-year journey. There are artifacts, specimens and other memorabilia on display that are very intriguing.
If you love to explore aircrafts and nuclear weaponry, the Malmstrom Museum is a perfect place to visit. Nestled within the premises of the Malmstrom Air Force Base, this museum houses an inspiring collection of aircraft models, military equipments, uniforms and several photographs that depict the life of pilots from various eras. Special tours are arranged on a regular basis. Check website for details.