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The museum is in the old Billings library. It has a variety of exhibits on western art, Cheyenne Indian history and art, importance of the railroad in Billings. The city was named for the president of the Northern Pacific RR. There are videos, photographs, and...更多
We were attracted by the building and cabin located inside the fenced area nearby. Admission to the museum was free the day we visited because about a 1/3 was closed for reorganization. The remaining area was interesting with rather limited displays. It seemed much of...更多
This is mostly a collection of old miscellaneous junk. Not really impressed by anything except "The Real West" collection of photos and quotes from settlers. Those provided a heartwarming, often terrifying glimpse into what it must have been like to try to tame homesteaded land...更多
The Western Heritage Center is in the original library of Billings. The architecture of the building is absolutely lovely. There are lots of original elements, like the hardwood floors, doors including hardware, the librarians desk, radiators, windows, and beautiful spiral staircase. The library was moved...更多
Thanks for your review, Anna. The amount of detail that you remembered from your visit really shows that you were...更多
If you are new to Billings or just passing through, this is worth an hour of your time. Interesting information on the plains and the history of the area.
The Western Heritage Center is a nice stopping spot as you cruise through downtown Billings. It doesn't take too long to go through but is quite educational. I visited while they had the motorcycle exhibit which was cool with antique bikes and pictures. It has...更多
This museum was a bit different then what I expected. There was a display of motorcycles and art among the exhibits. To me the most interesting part was being able to sit in a sound booth and hear the history of the song "The Hippy...更多
We visited on our way from Seattle to Ohio. We weren't sure what to expect but they have some nice exhibits and very friendly staff. The native American toys were probably my favorite.
This isn't a real elaborate place but it has some very nice and varied displays. It's inexpensive and a nice way to spend an hour or two just to get an idea about the history of the area. The high school project was very nice.