There's nothing in there. The only possible point of interest is that the building is an old (1900s) public school. If you went to a large, urban public school built in the 1900s, this building is identical, which is interesting in itself.
I’m a fan of art museums and try to visit them during my frequent business travel. This is actually a very good local art gallery (I'm not sure it's large enough to be considered a "museum"), but I don’t think it quite merits the rave...更多
We always stop here when we are in Great Falls. It is a converted school and has art exhibits. There is a permanent exhibit of sculptures of people made out of branches and eclectic random pieces of trash. These were created by twin brothers who...更多
Took the Historical Trolley tour that started at this museum. We loved the trolley tour. The museum was interesting but there were a lot of rooms that were used for other activities that were not exhibits. The building is gorgeous and very historical inside, worth...更多
This is a gorgeous old building on the historic register, it houses displayed of many, mabpny artists and collections. It also has a bistro that is small in portion but good. The creaking floors remind us that this historical site has been here and utilized...更多
An interesting collection of modern art located inside a historic old school that was built in the very late 1800's. While wandering through the main hall on the first floor Tracy Houck (the executive director) mistook me for someone she was meeting but then graciously...更多