This is not your typical small town Montana Museum. The Bairs were early day local "sheep ranchers". (aka Mutton Moguls)
They had an enormous ranching enterprise that sot of started and ended here. During their "prime" I don't think the family spent a lot of...更多
We would have never found this place in the middle of nowhere if our daughter didn't live in Bozeman! This is a first class museum with amazing Native American artifacts and rare Edward S. Curtis photographs. Also included are western paintings of Charles Russell. There...更多
We recently spent most of an afternoon visiting the Bair Family Museum in tiny Martinsdale, Montana. The real reason for stopping in was the fact that this stretch of Montana Highway has very few and far between rest stops!! In fact, there were none after...更多
We drive to the Bair Family Museum last weekend and enjoyed every minute. The tour of the Bair family house was such a treat with Ethel Berg as a guide. The artwork in the museum is stunning - and fun to see where it hung...更多
Happened to be in Montana, and was referred to this museum. To say it's in the middle of no-where is an understatement, but the museum, Bair house, and surrounding land are all beautiful. The curator's were very friendly and knowledgeable, and made the whole experience...更多
The Bair Museum has another fabulous Ledger Drawing exhibition from the Barstow Collection from the MSU Billings Library's Special Collection. The entire collection consists of 66 drawings by members of the Crow (Apsáalooke) and Hidatsa (Gros Ventre of the River) who were together on the...更多
Take a tour of the rambling Bair family house and get a glimpse of the way they lived and their unique family history.
The new museum building is beautiful and houses some amazing collections. Gorgeous Native American beadwork and drawings... Plus an incredibly impressive amount...更多
Visited here on a day trip from nearby White Sulphur Springs, what a pleasant surprise. The docents are extremely knowledgeable and the displays are wonderfully put together. A definite stop while in the area.