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Great Falls Montana 10 Museums, 60 Miles of Trail

As spring approaches, Great Falls, Montana is planning events that will highlight the amenities it offers. One of those events is the annual Great Falls Museum Consortium Sunday Sampler event. Taking advantage of our world-class museums (we have more museums per capita than any other city in Montana!), museums from around Great Falls (and beyond) […]

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Galerie Trinitas

Galerie Trinitas

The Galerie Trinitas, located on the campus of the University of Great Falls, preserves the art of Sister Trinitas Morin, a UGF professor of art and French for nearly 33 years.  As a Sister of Providence, this multi-media artist inspired her students to go beyond the ordinary and explore numerous forms.  Her art is masterfully […]

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Montana Museum of Railroad History

Montana Museum of Railroad History

A great place for family fun, the Montana Museum of Railroad History tells a story of Montana’s railroads, the people who built and operated them, and their role in the development of Montana.  The museum displays two large, operating, scale-model railroads. Ever-expanding exhibits show towns and landscapes from the surrounding area, and railroad lovers of […]

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Ursuline Retreat, Conference Center, and Museum

Ursuline Centre

Built in 1912 as a school and boarding academy, the Ursuline Centre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. The University of Great Falls began in the Green Parlor, in 1932. Today, the Ursuline offers retreat and meeting spaces to non-profits, a chapel, a pre-school and a heritage museum. The Collegiate […]

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The Children’s Museum of Montana

The Children’s Museum is full of interactive learning activities your children will love.  Meet a life-sized Montana Maiasaura, board a child-sized pirate ship, dig for dinosaur bones, or dress for play in Anika’s closet!  Emphasizing history, science, technology, health, performing arts and regional culture, the museum is constantly changing, with new exhibits popping up monthly.  […]

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The History Museum

Located in the historic International Harvester Building, the History Museum preserves documents, records, and artifacts important to the heritage of central Montana.  The museum archives are Cascade County’s official repository for records, and over 40,000 historic photographs and 100,000 pieces of historical memorabilia are housed there.  On permanent display are exhibits on Cascade County and […]

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Malmstrom Air Force Base

Malmstrom Air Force Base Museum & Air Park

Malmstrom Air Force Base was established in 1942 during World War II.  Nearly 8,000 aircraft flew between Great Falls and Fairbanks, Alaska to deliver air equipment and supplies to the Soviet Union between 1942 and 1945.  The base has been a strategic national defense location ever since and is responsible for an important complement of […]

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Paris Gibson Museum of Art

Paris Gibson Museum of Art

There’s something for everyone at Paris Gibson Square! “The Square” as we are affectionately known to area residents is located inside one of Great Falls’ oldest and most beloved landmarks – the historic Paris Gibson Square. The magnificent sandstone structure was completed in 1896 and served as a public school until 1975. Re-opened in 1977 […]

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