Beaverhead County Museum - Dillon

Beaverhead County Museum has been collecting, preserving, displaying and interpreting local history for over 50 years. The museum is housed in a log building complex in downtown Dillon. Our friendly volunteers will greet you at the door and offer a wealth of information. Visitors will see an authentic homesteader's cabin, the first flush toilet outhouse in Dillon, mining and agriculture equipment and can enjoy a picnic in our pavilion. Additions to the museum include a Lewis and Clark diorama, a natural history exhibit and a small theater, a one room school house, and a 1909 Union Pacific Depot. We are available for research about the area including family research.

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
15 South Montana Street
Dillon,  MT 59725

Phone: 406-683-5027

Using the South Exit 62 on I-15, proceed onto Atlantic Street, past the Western Montana College. Turn left on Glendale Street for 4 blocks. Make a right turn to the museum on the left. Using the North Exit 63 on I-15, proceed to stop sign on Montana Street, turn right and continue straight until you enter downtown. Look for a large, dark brown log building.

All Year

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Travelers Checks, Visa

Walk-Ins Welcome

Books, Childrens Activities, Gift Shop, Handicapped Accessible, Maps, Parking, Public Restroom, Tour, Unescorted Tour

American Heritage, Antiques, Archaeology, Cultural, Education, Exhibit, Heritage, History, Museum, Native Art, Photography, Theatre/Theater