Ninepipes Museum

of Early Montana

Hours

  • Monday…………….CLOSED
  • Tuesday…………….CLOSED
  • Wednesday………..CLOSED
  • Thursday…………..10am-5pm
  • Friday……………….10am-5pm
  • Saturday……………10am-5pm
  • Sunday………………CLOSED
  • Monday…………….CLOSED
  • Tuesday…………….10am-5pm
  • Wednesday………..10am-5pm
  • Thursday…………..10am-5pm
  • Friday……………….10am-5pm
  • Saturday……………10am-5pm
  • Sunday………………CLOSED
  • Monday…………….CLOSED
  • Tuesday…………….10am-5pm
  • Wednesday………..10am-5pm
  • Thursday…………..10am-5pm
  • Friday……………….10am-5pm
  • Saturday……………10am-5pm
  • Sunday………………10am-5pm 
  • Monday…………….CLOSED
  • Tuesday…………….CLOSED
  • Wednesday………..CLOSED
  • Thursday…………..10am-5pm
  • Friday……………….10am-5pm
  • Saturday……………10am-5pm
  • Sunday………………December 10th Only, 10AM – 5PM
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  • We are Closed for the season except by appointment.

Open Memorial Day (May 27)

Getting Here

69316 US-93, Charlo, MT 59860
(406)644-3435
info@ninepipesmuseum.org

Admissions

This unforgettable tour is fun for all ages, so bring the whole family. After your tour, enjoy a stroll on our historic nature trail at no additional cost.

  • Adults $9.50
  • Seniors & Veterans $8.50
  • Students $7.50
  • Children (6-12) $5.50

All About

ninepipes museum

The Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana reflects the spirit of the Flathead Indian Reservation and early Montana settlers with its impressive collection of artifacts, Native American beadwork, western art, photographs, and life-size dioramas of an early trading post, the St. Ignatius Mission Church, as well as an Indian camp and wildlife of the area.  Collections of hunting artifacts, western horse tack and outfitting equipment also bring to life the stories of life in early Montana.

Events & Programs

There’s always something happening at the Ninepipes Museum. Concerts, crafts, history lessons and more. Don’t miss out!

Learn & Explore

Learn more about the Indigenous Peoples and early Montana Settlers on our educational resource page.

Nature Trail

Walk in the footsteps of our Native Ancestors on Ninepipes Museum’s nature trail. This is a short walk on manicured grounds .

Gift Shop

The Ninepipes Museum gift shop contains hundreds of Montana gift ideas. We ship to all 50 states, or you can shop at the museum

Keeping History Alive

The Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana provides a critical service to society by preserving and interpreting Montana’s deep history of the Flathead Indian Reservation and early Montana settlers. Your donations help to fund important programs and events that bring history to life for everyone. Please consider donating today.

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Our sponsors

A big thanks to all of our sponsors. Click here if you are interested in becoming a sponsor.

Talk to us

Have any questions? We are always happy to visit with you about your travel plans to help you have the best Montana vacation experience.

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