The Blackfeet Nation invites you to visit the Blackfeet Heritage Center & Art Gallery to experience authentic Blackfeet and Native American arts, crafts and jewelry. Blackfeet Heritage Center is located in Browning Montana on Highway 2 in the heart of Blackfeet Country in beautiful northwestern Montana. The Heritage Center is open daily in the summer, weekdays in winter, is handicap accessible and admission is free.
Representing over 500 Native American artists, artisans and crafts people from 19 different North American tribes, the gallery carries a wide variety of authentic Blackfeet and Native American creations, including bead work, handcrafted jewelry, quill work, pottery, rugs, kachinas, horse hair work, moccasins, carvings, bronze work, sculpture, baskets, rawhide work, drums, dolls, hides, original water colors, acrylics, oils, wood relief, prints and a wide selection of Blackfeet and Native American historical, traditional and contemporary books.
In our fine art West Gallery, an artist and sculptor of the month are featured. The Blackfeet Heritage Center and Art Gallery has the honor to represent some of the most talented and recognized contemporary Plains Indian artists in the United States.
When Lewis and Clark traveled through uncharted country and encountered the Plains Indians during their expedition, they provided many native tribes with a symbol of fellowship in the form of a trade medallion. The Blackfeet Nation in Montana has continued this tradition and is commemorating Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery II by offering a collection of precious coins and a medallion.
A baby Tyrannosaur skeleton represents the smallest and most complete skeleton of a juvenile Tyrannosaur found in North America on the Blackfeet reservation.
333 Central Avenue
Browning, MT 59417