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MHS Offers New Video Tour of Montana’s Capitol Building
The pandemic threw a curveball to Montana's 4-H and Future Farmer of America's annual tour of the Montana Capitol Building, so 4-H and FFA coordinator Andee Baker turned to the Montana Historical Society for help. The state agency partnered with the non-profit Helena Civic TV's...
Montana Historical Society Building Closed Friday

The Montana Historical Society is closed Friday, Feb. 5, but will resume regular operating hours on Saturday, Feb. 6.

Montana Historical Society Announces Temporary Closures

The Montana Historical Society will be temporarily closed to the public on Saturday, Jan. 16 and Monday, Jan. 18.

MHS Portrait Exhibit Shows Eclectic Slice of Montanans

The Montana Historical Society’s newest exhibit, Who Speaks to You? Portraits from the Permanent Collection, includes an eclectic mix of paintings, juxtaposed to encourage visitors to look at portraits in a new way.

Montana’s Museum Offers Free Admission During Holiday Season

With a nod to the holiday season, the Montana Historical Society is giving the gift of free entry to Montana’s Museum through Jan. 2.

Opportunity Bank of Montana Pledges $100,000 to Montana Heritage Center Project

Opportunity Bank of Montana announces a $100,000 pledge to the Montana Historical Society for the state’s new Montana Heritage Center.

MHS Honors Three with Heritage Keeper Awards

Three people are being honored with the Montana Historical Society’s Heritage Keeper Awards for their exemplary commitment, effort and impact in identifying and preserving Montana’s historical and cultural heritage for current and future generations.

Montana State Historic Preservation Office Awarding Eight Preservation Grants

The Montana Historical Society’s State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is awarding eight grants totaling more than $430,000 through its Revitalizing Montana’s Rural Heritage (RMRH) grant program.

Liberty County Bridge Nominated for National Register

Liberty County’s Pugsley’s Bridge, which is Montana’s only cable-stayed suspension bridge, is nominated for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Monarch Depot Area Nominated for Historic District Designation

Monarch’s wine-red Great Northern Railway Depot and two additional nearby structures are being recommended for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district.

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