The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula
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Keeping Missoula County's History Alive! The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula was established in 1975 to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Missoula County, Fort Missoula, and the timber products industry in western Montana for the education, recreation, and cultural enrichment of…
Montana's first military posts, this museum will take you back around the late 1800s. Enjoy with the family or by yourself.
Exhibits tell the story of the 1877 fort & local history, plus restored buildings on-site.
Learn the history of the Fort and the Missoula valley. The Fort was established in 1877 during the Indian Wars, and became an internment camp during WWII where Italian and Japanese nationals were held.
Original Fort Missoula with history of the area and Fort Missoula in particular. New Fort Missoula Regional Park under phase 1 construction with completion in 2017
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