The Ninepipes Museum of early Montana is a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors. The museum’s goal is to present and preserve the history and culture of the Flathead Reservation and early Montana. The museum is located halfway between Missoula and Kalispell on Highway 93, near the National Bison Range and the Owl Research Institute. It is bordered by the Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge, a nationally recognized bird watching area with Fish and Wildlife land on all sides. Housed in a log and concrete structure built to museum specifications and standards, the museum includes both long term and temporary exhibits that provide the viewer with articles representing the life of early people in the area. The Museum is open Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5 and closed Sundays April 1st thru October 31st.

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