The Yellowstone County Museum
Visitors to the Yellowstone County Museum (YCM) will be delighted to explore the splendors of Montana history housed throughout our 5,000 square feet of exhibit space. Objects range from beautiful handcrafted saddles, to rare firearms, pioneer wagons, unique Ghost Dance artifacts, stunning tribal bead work, and much more. Learn about the cultures and natural history that make the Yellowstone County region dynamic and unique. Also enjoy an unrivaled view atop the Rims through our high powered binoculars.
Waiting for the Earth to Move: The 1890 Ghost Dance
Lecture by MSUB Native American Studies Director, Joseph McGeshick
October 24 at 6:30 PM (Thursday)
At the Yellowstone County Museum Lobby
Come listen to Dr. McGeshick speak about the Ghost Dance which was a religious movement inspired by the Northern Paiute spiritual leader Wovoka. See the Events link above for more information!
Thank you Sponsors!
The How We Got Here fundraiser event was a great success! The YCM board and staff cannot thank our sponsors enough. All proceeds benefit the YCM youth education program which provides children and youth in our community with historical perspectives and an appreciation of the importance of preservation. Please click through the photos of the event below.