Step into Libby’s rich past . . .

The Heritage Museum preserves the diverse historical culture and heritage of the Lincoln County and northwest Montana. The unique twelve-sided, 130-foot diameter log structure houses artifacts from early Libby history of settlement, mining and logging. The Museum's 12-sided log building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places on the National Park Service website. The Museum Cookhouse, Outdoor Pavilion, and Swamp Creek Community Hall log building are available for "members and volunteers of the Heritage Museum" to use by agreement and donation. 
The Heritage Museum is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization - all donations are tax deductible; 34067 US Hwy 2, Libby, MT 59923, 406-293-7521, Website: libbyheritagemuseum.org, E-mail: heritagemuseum@frontier.com
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2024 Hours

May 18-September 14

Open 7 days a week

including holidays

10am - 5pm

Admission by donation

Mary and Larry Hebenstreit

Center for Archival

Research is open to the

public year-round by

appointment. Call 406-293-

7521 for an appointment.

RV parking and


Basic Agreement Form (PDF)