Please bring a friend, a date, or yourself for our annual prehistoric Valentine’s Day evening at Museum of the Rockies. We all know about the birds and the bees, but have you ever wondered about evidence for reproduction in the...View Pour and Roar: Raptors & Romance
Mark your calendars for the 3rd Annual Dinosaurs and MOR! events April 12 - 14, 2024. Immerse yourself in this international gathering of top paleontologists, bringing together hundreds of enthusiasts. Join us for a paleo art contest, members-only evening kick-off, dinner...View Dinosaurs and MOR!
Experience the essence of early summer at Museum of the Rockies’ Taste of the Rockies event, where Western heritage thrives against the breathtaking backdrop of the Northern Rocky Mountains. Wednesday, June 26, 20245:30 p.m. | Age 21+Living History FarmPurchase your $95/ticket...View Taste of the Rockies
The Host Committee of the 2024 Evening at the Museum cordially invites you to join them for an unforgettable evening of elegance, featuring a champagne reception, an enthralling special exhibition, a gourmet dinner, a guest speech from Academy Award-winning Director Joe...View Evening at the Museum
July's Hops & History event will support educational programming at MOR’s Living History Farm, by pairing historical talks with beer tastings. Please stay tuned for our 2024 event information coming soon....View Hops and History: Brewing in Montana
This October, experience the Northern Rocky Mountains’ spooky history and folklore brought to life through a production that blends live theater with the Taylor Planetarium’s state-of-the-art capabilities. Details coming this summer....View Haunted Mountain Theater
Enjoy this indoor/outdoor age 21+ evening that features a carved ice bar and the history of Rocky Mountain ice harvesting. Gather around campfires and step up to the ice bar “luge” on our outdoor plaza in your snow boots to choose...View NEW! On the Rocks Ice Bar
Signature events at Museum of the Rockies play a pivotal role in supporting our mission as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. These carefully curated events bring together our members and friends, providing a joyous occasion to celebrate the museum while also raising crucial funds. With the dedicated involvement of volunteers from the Board of Trustees and host committees, we meticulously plan and design these events, while actively seeking sponsors, guests, and business partners to ensure their success.
The revenue generated from these events is vital in sustaining the museum's dynamic array of internationally acclaimed exhibitions and planetarium shows, facilitating a comprehensive range of educational programs, and preserving our unparalleled collections of paleontology, geology, history, art, and photography.
We are deeply grateful for your continued support, as it allows us to fulfill our mission of inspiring, educating, and engaging our community and beyond. Together, we can continue to make a profound impact through the power of art, science, and cultural heritage.