Harlowton, Montana


Experience History!

Exploring the two Upper Musselshell Museum buildings is like prowling around in someone's attic or barn. Be careful, though. You may run into a full-size replica of a dinosaur skeleton found in nearby Shawmut or a horse drawn hearse with a special passenger!

There are also several collections of fossils and bones, a 2000-year-old buffalo skull and a new Plains Indian exhibit complete with arrowheads, clothing, artifacts, weapons and story boards to explain it all.

The two-story sandstone buildings, constructed prior to 1909, are filled with treasures that belonged to the people who lived in, worked, and developed the Upper Musselshell River country.

Marshal Building Harlowton Museum

Harlowton History Railroads Formed Harlowton

Times Building Harlowton Museum

Upper Musselshell Museum Curators:

Tim Busby
John Brook

Museum Board:

President - Dan Dempster
Vice President - Gary Olsen
Treasurer - Brad Berg
Secretary - Marlene Robertson

Gary Olsen
Don DeShaw
Evelyn Leary
Karena Dale
Bob Willems
Russ Huck

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