The Pioneer Museum is supported by Valley County, the Historical Society, and Friends of the Museum. The theme 'From Dinosaur Bones to Moonwalk' is a progressive history relating to Valley County and its people with authentic artifacts woven into historic displays. These displays include the Chief First to Fly Indian collection, dioramas, murals, pictures of pioneers, and the Stan Kalinski room with ornate cherry wood bar and collection of 220 animal and bird mounts. A machinery lot across the street boasts many remnants of an earlier day. A 1920s homestead home is being restored.
Seasonal admission: $3.00 adults, $2.00 students, under 6 free.
816 Highway 2 West
Glasgow, MT 59230