The Heritage Museum - Libby

The Heritage Museum features a 12-sided log structure 130 feet in diameter, built in the 1970s almost exclusively by unpaid volunteers and financed by donations. The museum has no paid employees. Its exhibits portray the various peoples who lived in the Libby area during the late nineteenth and early 20th centuries: Kootenai Indians, trappers, miners, loggers and settlers.

On display are a small house furnished in turn-of-the-century style; exhibits by the Forest Service, mining interests, and the lumber industry; and animal exhibits, including bears, a wolf and numerous birds.

Also on the grounds are a renovated and furnished miner's cabin; the cookhouse from the early 1900s Sylvanite ranger station; a blacksmith shop; Shay locomotive 1643, which was used by the J. Neils Lumber Co.; and mining, logging and farming machinery.

Admission is by donation.

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
34067 US Highway 2
Libby,  MT 59923

Phone: 406-293-7521

Heritage Museum is located about 1/2 mile south of downtown Libby at 34067 US Highway 2.

Saturday after Memorial Day through August 31

Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pmSunday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Cash, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Travelers Checks

Walk-Ins Welcome

Books, Gift Shop, Handicapped Accessible, Maps, Merchandise, Parking, Picnic Tables, Public Restroom, Unescorted Tour

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