Tobacco Valley Historical Village - Eureka

Tucked away in Montana's forested northwest corner, along the Tobacco River, is a unique collection of local historic buildings and structures dating as far back as the late 1880s and early 1900s. The collection includes a school, church, library, general store, fire tower, railroad depot, caboose and several log cabins and each structure is furnished with local artifacts common to its era. The Village grounds include picnic tables and restrooms (seasonal) for public use. There are two trails within a short distance of the Village, both of which follow the course of the Tobacco River: the Eureka Riverwalk trail ( and the Eureka Kootenai Rails to Trails (also referred to as the Tobacco River Memorial Trail:

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
4 Dewey Avenue
Eureka,  MT 59917

Phone: 406-297-7654

Tobacco Valley Historical Village is located in Eureka, Montana, off Highway 93 as you enter town from the south. We are directly across from Riverside Park.

Buildings: Memorial Day - Labor Day; Grounds: All Year

Memorial Day - Labor Day
Daily: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Appointments are accepted for research purposes.


Walk-Ins Welcome

Books, Gift Shop, Handicapped Accessible, Internet Access Wireless, Maps, Parking, Picnic Tables, Public Restroom, Store, Unescorted Tour

Education, Exhibit, History, Museum, Shopping