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MOR Living In The Past

Living History Farm

Free* to all, all season long!

Living History Farm

MOR'S WORKING MONTANA HOMESTEAD CIRCA THE LATE 1800'S

Open May 27 - September 10, 2017

Visit the Living History Farm at Museum of the Rockies, and you’ll be stepping back in time to a historically accurate, working Montana homestead. Our skilled costumed interpreters will take you back to the late 1800s as they guide you through the Tinsley House. Built in 1890 by the Tinsley family of Willow Creek, Montana, watch as we cook over a wood-burning stove, demonstrate cooking skills and recipes from the turn of the century, tend to the Heirloom Gardens, and forge iron in the blacksmith’s shop. Again this year, the Living History Farm is free* to all, all season long. We've also planned special events throughout the summer, scheduled exciting activities every single day. So come by next spring enjoy the beautiful sights of the garden, the smells of home cooking and a time gone by that still lives on today. ​

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*Regular admission fees to the main Museum still apply.

EXHIBIT DETAILS

EXHIBIT DATES

May 27 - September 10, 2017

Location

Living History Farm

Admission

Free* to the public

Exhibit Photos

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MOR EXHIBITS

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