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All reviews local history native american artifacts flathead valley large collection self guided nice gift shop worth the trip logging settlers exhibits frank information montana pioneer photographs era state
Doesn't cost much to get in and won't take up a lot of your time. Maybe save it for a rainy or cold day? They've got a lot packed in there, all of which is interesting. Even the building history is great. We learned quite...More
If you like to learn about the areas you visit and di not mind self-guided, reading tours, then you will get your value for the small admission fee. The Native American artifacts and pictures could appeal to families and the Pioneer Frank Linderman history dominates...More
I expected an average local history museum that would take about an hour to complete. I was so wrong! The displays are jam-packed with information in a very interesting presentation. You do not get information overload on a 2 hour visit.
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We love the local small museums that give you a sense of the what is what like for the locals. This is a lovely place that certainly fits that bill. Lots of local history and displays. We had several chats with the staff who were...More
The museum at Central School is a well-established place to get information about the founding of the Flathead Valley and the sources that developed it. There are many historical photos to look at plus examples of vintage tools and books.
This historic school building has a collection of memorabilia from settler times to the last century, as well as a large collection of photographs showing the lifestyles of the past. two spacious rooms and an antique bar on the second floor are used for meetings...More
In addition to being informative, I found The Museum at Central School to be nostalgic, as I attended classes there in the late 1970’s when the college was still downtown. The building itself is one of Kalispell’s architectural treasures, being the first school built in...More