Museum of the Rockies brings the world to Montana,
and shares Montana with the world.

The museum brings in three to five changing exhibitions a year to share the world with members and visitors of all ages. Experience the science, art, culture, and history offered in these unique and diverse changing exhibits.

The museum's primary exhibits include Landforms/Lifeforms and Dinosaurs Under The Big Sky in the Siebel Dinosaur Complex, Welcome to Yellowstone Country, Enduring Peoples, and the Paugh History Hall. On the second floor is the Martin Children’s Discovery Center and its exhibit, Explore Yellowstone, specially designed for visitors up to eight years old.

Rusty, the draft horse, is located next to the museum's entrance road near Kagy Blvd. This sculpture is one of Jim Dolan's most recognizable art pieces. It has been a faithful resident at MOR since the early 1980s when the schoolchildren of Bozeman collected recyclable cans raising funds to gift Rusty to the museum.

Big Mike, the impressive life-size Tyrannosaurus rex, welcomes you to the museum. This bronze sculpture was created from a mold of the fossil bones of the Wankel T. rex or MOR 555.

MOR's seasonal outdoor exhibit is the Living History Farm, an 1890s Montana homestead comprised of the Tinsley House and its surrounding gardens, orchard, and fields.

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Montana's T. rex. at Museum of the Rockies.
Siebel Dinosaur Complex

Current Exhibits, Primary Exhibits

Museum of the Rockies (MOR) is a center of active research and exploration into the ancient past. Fossils have been...

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Marvelocity: The Art of Alex Ross

Current Exhibits, Changing Exhibits

Considered one of the greatest artists in the field of comic books, Alex Ross has created some of the most...

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Under the Arctic: Digging into Permafrost

Current Exhibits, Changing Exhibits

Have you ever seen a mammoth tooth up close? What does the Ice Age smell like?  Step into the shoes...

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A hand-made Bobcat made from recycled materials.
Explore Yellowstone

Current Exhibits, Primary Exhibits

Based on the science of Yellowstone National Park and geared towards infants through children up to age eight, Explore Yellowstone in...

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Selis (Salish) couple at pow wow, St. Ignatius, MT, ca. 1915.
Enduring Peoples

Current Exhibits, Primary Exhibits

This exhibition examines the lifeways of American Indians living on the Northern Plains and near the Rocky Mountains and illustrates how...

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The Olds Touring Car next to the 1930s house in the Paugh History Hall.
Paugh History Hall

Current Exhibits, Primary Exhibits

The museum’s history hall shares the compelling stories that connect us with the Northern Rocky Mountains, illuminating our lives and...

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A full view of bronze T. rex sculpture Big Mike located in front of the museum.
Big Mike

Current Exhibits, Primary Exhibits

Big Mike is a bronze statue replica of MOR 555, a Tyrannosaurus rex, discovered in 1988 by Kathy Wankel, and greets you upon...

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The circa 1880s Tinsley House in the summer with yellow flowers in the field around it.
Living History Farm

Primary Exhibits, Seasonal

Memorial Day – Labor DayMonday – Saturday | 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday | 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.Included...

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Da Vinci The Exhibition

Changing Exhibits, Coming Soon

Da Vinci The Exhibition is a hands-on examination of da Vinci's life, research, and art. Visitors will learn about da...

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The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science

Changing Exhibits

What does a paleontologist look like? Does digging for fossils in dusty badlands conjure images of khaki-wearing, whiskered men? The...

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