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, Lewis And Clark, Maps, Parking, Public Restroom, Registered Historic Site, Tour, Unescorted Tour

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