Come and see locally found fossils and artifacts from the Plains Native American tribes.
Open since 2008, this museum is a great place to learn about dinosaurs and fossils. The friendly staff is helpful and informative about everything inside the museum and can give great suggestions about visiting other nearby treasures in the area. The bulk of the fossils on display have been found in the vicinity. Some of the most complete dinosaur fossils ever discovered were found in Montana. There are triceratops, stegosaurus, duck-billed dinosaurs, and many more fossils waiting to be seen here. Visitors are encouraged to touch many exhibits.
Other sections of the museum feature Native American artifacts from the local plains. Also, with the help of residents, the museum houses a non-working, fun look at the past with a Post Office and a 1950s era kitchen. Parking is available, and there is a great gift shop on site. The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum is open seasonally from May to August.