Victor Heritage Museum in Victor, Montana.

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  • Native American display at the Victor Heritage Museum in Montana.
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Victor Heritage MuseumVictor, Montana

Established in 1989, The Victor Heritage Museum is housed in the old Victor Depot building in Victor, Montana, at the corner of Main and Blake. The museum was opened and is operated by volunteers.

Location:

125 Blake Street
Victor, Montana

 

Directions:

At Victor, turn west off Highway 93 onto Main Street and go two blocks to Blake Street.

 

Hours of Operation:

Open from memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.

1:00 - 4:00 Tuesday through Saturday

 

Admission:

There is no admission fee, but donations are always welcome.

 

The Victor Heritage Museum strives to preserve the proud and noble heritage of the community, which includes mining, railroads, schools, churches, businesses, agriculture, and natural resources. Native Americans, pioneer settlers, and those who followed are represented here.

 

Original Victor depot which now houses the museum.

Original Victor Depot

 

For more information about the history of the Bitterroot Valley, visit the Ravalli County Museum website at www.brvhsmuseum.org.

Our Mission

The primary purpose of the Victor Heritage Museum shall be to collect, preserve, protect, and interpret the history of the Victor area for the education, recreation, and cultural enrichment of visitors and residents of the community, and to rehabilitate, operate, and maintain the Northern Pacific Railroad's 1928 Victor Depot as a public museum for this purpose.

Contact Us

Victor Heritage Museum

PO Box 610

Victor MT 59875

 

406-642-3997

 

victormuseum@cybernet1.com

Membership

To become a member or to volunteer, please click here to download a signup form.

Meetings

Board meetings are the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Museum. The public is always welcome.

Forms