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Explore The Past For Yourself

Montana's Granite County has roots that extend back to the 1860's when gold and silver were the currency of the day. Mines sprung up in the surrounding hills, giving way to cities like the county seat of Philipsburg. In its hey day it was said that there a house a day being built.

Granite County Museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts from all aspects of pioneer life, mining and ranching. The displays are constantly evolving so you'll want to come back again and again as they evolve.
A Picture's Worth 1,000 Words...

The Museum's large collection of period photographs documents the details of Granite County's hard-working miners who pulled a fortune in precious metals from the earth. Many of our photos are available for printing in the Museum gift shop.
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