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Arlee Jocko Valley Museum

Our historic site is closed until July 4, 2020.  View our beautiful War Memorial, which is outside of our site located at the corner of Bouch and Fyant (by the grade school). Volunteers are needed.  For more information, call 406-726-3167.



St. Ignatius Mission Church

On the recommendation of Lake County-CSKT Unified Command Center, the St. Ignatius Mission Church and log cabin buildings are closed until further notice. St. Ignatius Mission Church is located on 300 Bear Track Avenue in St. Ignatius.

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Four Winds Indian Trading Post

Come visit the historic Four Winds Indian Trading Post in the original log building that was built in the 1870s by Duncan McDonald, the son of Angus McDonald, the famous Hudson’s Bay Company fur trader. Shop our large selection of beads, beadwork, craft supplies, moccasins, herbs, Native American books, CDs and artifacts. The post is like a museum with everything for sale. Located 3 miles north of St. Ignatius on U.S. Highway 93. We are open daily from noon-6 p.m. Due to the coronavirus situation: You must wear your mask. Call for an appointment or more information at 406-745-4336.



Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana

The Ninepipes Museum and shop remains closed to the public until further notice. Please check out our website at: for updates and online shopping, or call the museum for drive-by sales. Leave a message at 406-644-3435, and we will return your call. The nature trail is currently open to the public.



Garden of the Rockies Museum

We are closed for the season until June 2020. We are so grateful to all the folks who donated time, money and materials to help us have another successful season last year. Please watch for our spring projects, which we will again need community help with. We are particularly in need of help during the summer with grounds maintenance. So, if you could help with grounds maintenance we would sure like to hear from you. Anyone interested in volunteering in any capacity is asked to contact Patti at 406-676-3261.



The People’s Center Museum, Gift Shop and Culture Center

    The People’s Center Museum, Gift Shop and Culture Center, on the recommendation of Lake County-CSKT Unified Command Center, will be closed until further notice, with the exception of curb-side sales from the gift shop, (every other Tuesday - next one being June 2). Call 406-675-0160 to order beads, beading supplies and other items from the shop. You will be asked to prepay and then pick up at the front door.



Polson Flathead Lake Museum (formerly Polson Flathead Historical Museum)

Due to the coronavirus situation we will not open may 15, 2020. Thank you for your support in 2019. We look forward to seeing you should we open later this year. We are still conducting our fund drive to replace our roof and other required renovations, despite the pandemic situation. Send your tax deductible donation to to us at: P.O. Box 206, Polson, MT 59860 or through Please check our opening status on Facebook or our website: 

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