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Old Trail Museum


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'Unearth the Mystery Past and Present' with the Old Trail Museum. Located at the north end of Choteau, on US Highway 89, the non-profit museum reflects the rich natural and cultural history of Montana's pristine Rocky Mountain Front region. Explore fossils, dinosaurs, Native American artifacts, grizzly bears, and the diverse and colorful local history. Other exhibits include A.B. Guthrie Jr., Old Agency on the Teton, Jesse Gleason's art studio, the Old North Trail, Metis people, and Choteau's last hanging. Don't miss 'Dinosaurs of the Two Medicine,' the Old Trail Museum's new paleontology gallery! Get your Dino-Trail Passports and Stamps validated too!

After touring the museum enjoy an ice cream from our ice cream parlor located in the museum complex. There are shaded picnic tables for your convenience.

Plenty of room to park your RV. For more information contact the museum office.

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Street Address
823 North Main
Choteau, MT 59422 Get directions
Mailing Address
823 North Main
Choteau, MT 59422
Memorial Day weekend- Labor Day
Daily 9:00am - 5:00pm Closed July 4th
Payment Methods
Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Visa
Walk-Ins Welcome
Special direction map

Special Directions

Located in the old Golden Rod Creamery building at 823 North Main Street, the north end of Choteau, at the junction of US HIghway 89 and US Highway 287.