612 North Broadway
Red Lodge, MT 59068
Phone: (406) 446-4469
Fax: (406) 446-4669
612 North Broadway, Red Lodge, MT, US, 59068
- Phone: (406) 446-4469
- Fax: (406) 446-4669
Arts & Museums
This museum showcases the history of homesteaders, early settlers and farmers. The museum includes a great variety of early day artifacts, military memorabilia, dynamic geological displays and an authentic caboose.
Visit this charming and quaint local museum that has a vast collection of guns and memorabilia from throughout history. See various pieces from the Gold Rush era, WWI and WWII, the 1920s and of course, historic pieces that impacted the history of cowboys and Indians. Admission is free so taking the whole family to this fascinating museum won't break the bank.
Works of art by Steve Kestrel, Carol Guzman, Mimi Litschauer, Joel Ostlind, M.W. Skip Whitcomb, Bart Walker, Geoff Parker, Harry Jackson, David Ballew, Kathy Wipfler and many more are on display at this fine art gallery.
With locations in Cody, Wyoming and Tubac, Arizona, Big Horn Galleries "present the finest in western and wildlife art and landscapes of the West."
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center has put the city of Cody in the limelight with its superlative educational center that has been designed to give both adults and kids the time of their life. The exhibits here give you an insight into the archaeological and artistic history of the Yellowstone area. A good idea would be to take part in their field trips, discussions, lectures, museum treks and other educational outings. Timings change by the month so check website for details on those and upcoming exhibitions and special events.
Cody Fine Art Gallery represents many western, wildlife, and landscape artists from the area and across the United States. Conservation framing services are available.
Located within the historic Trail Town, the Museum of the Old West houses artifacts and relics giving insights on frontier guns, clothing and the frontier people that were inhabitants of the area.
Tecumseh's Old West Miniature Village and Museum houses an incredible collection of tiny figurines that show the history from the 1600s to the 1800s. You'll also find Western artifacts and frontier guns. There is an on-location gift shop that sells handmade clothing. Visitors should call ahead if they want to visit during winter.