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Carbon County Historical Society and Museum

224 N Broadway Ave, Red Lodge, MT 59068-9132
+1 406-446-3667
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Enjoyed visit

Staff very informative about local history. Nice exhibits, well displayed. We spent an enjoyable... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2016
Sheila R
Orlando, Florida
A Good Rainy Day Activity

In the basement, you'll find a replica hard rock mine & exhibits about coal mining. Friendly... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2016
Mike C
Phoenix, Arizona
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224 N Broadway Ave, Red Lodge, MT 59068-9132
+1 406-446-3667
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Reviewed 29 September 2016

Staff very informative about local history. Nice exhibits, well displayed. We spent an enjoyable couple of hours learning more about Red Lodge.

1  Thank Sheila R
Reviewed 25 September 2016

In the basement, you'll find a replica hard rock mine & exhibits about coal mining. Friendly & knowledgeable staff. I found the exhibits on the first floor somewhat confusing, There was no theme to tie the exhibits together. Nice gift shop.

1  Thank Mike C
Reviewed 26 August 2016

This isn't a very big place but it has a nice bit of local history and replica coal mine. The staff was very helpful and friendly. I especially enjoyed learning about 'Liver eating" Johnson.

1  Thank jnobz
Reviewed 22 August 2016

This Museum is loaded with lots of local history. Has a replica of a coal mine. Also carries many books for sale about the area.

1  Thank Cynthia P
Reviewed 16 August 2016

These folks were very happy to help with my genealogy needs. We didn't find much, not do to the staff not working at it, but my family were lowly hard working nose to the grindstone farmers.

1  Thank Jean M
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

Every corner had pieces of truly fascinating history but I also have to say, any museum that includes a Catalo is awesome! Lol! The basement is a must see. Very well done. This museum has plenty to interest kids and adults alike and the price...More

2  Thank Melissa W
Reviewed 6 July 2016

We dropped in on the Carbon Count Museum and we're really glad we did! It has a great collection of uniquely Montana artifacts. The owners added a lot of color as well. Definitely worth a visit.

2  Thank RaminWI
Reviewed 14 September 2015

Everything from the exhibits to the building itself brings out the history of Red Lodge. I was most impressed with the absolutely top-notch mining exhibit in the basement. The staff is knowledgeable, and if they don't know the answer, they know how to find it!

3  Thank Gary R
Reviewed 24 July 2015 via mobile

Visit the Coal Mine Display first! Built by Dave and Robin Rivers. Debbie Brown, ED, has done a fabulous job ! Don't miss this great museum in Red Lodge, Montana!

3  Thank James E
Reviewed 10 April 2015

The small storefront belies the large and fascinating exhibit hidden inside, where you can learn about Liver Eatin' Johnson (on whom the movie Jeremiah Johnson was based), the rodeo-riding Greenough family, the building of the Beartooth Scenic Highway, the multiethnic heritage and other aspects of...More

3  Thank travelD
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Are there any tickets still available for the Ecology Geology tour of the Beartooth Highway?
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