Montana Law Enforcement Museum - Philipsburg

The Montana Law Enforcement Museum is dedicated to preserving and displaying the history of all Montana law enforcement. Montana law enforcement officials to show the citizens of Montana the history by displaying numerous items that tell the story of law enforcement from the earliest times created the Museum. The Museum was established as a non-profit, and continues that way today. The Museum is all volunteer from the Board of Directors to the staff at the Museum. The Museum relies on donations from law enforcement associations, and from those who visit the Museum.

The Museum, now located in Philipsburg, MT is open to the public and the admission is free. Please take some time to stop in and observe the history of Montana law enforcement on display.

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
212 East Broadway St.
Philipsburg,  MT 59858

Phone: 406-859-6536

From I-90 eastbound or westbound exit at Anaconda or Drummond and take Highway 1 to the main entrance to Philipsburg. Travel east on Broadway to 212 E. Broadway.

May through September

11 am - 5 pm

Cash, Discover, Master Card, Paypal, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Visa

Walk-Ins Welcome

Gift Shop, Handicapped Accessible, Picnic Tables, Public Restroom, Unescorted Tour

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