Yellowstone Historic Center West Yellowstone

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Yellowstone Historic Center
104 Yellowstone Ave
West Yellowstone
Tel: 406 646 1100

Where are we going today?

Did you know that Yellowstone National Park was the WORLD's FIRST national park ever? Pretty amazing! It was established in 1872, and since then it has been the focus of travelers for many years.

So it makes sense that the Yellowstone Historic Center was set up. This fascinating attraction showcases the connection of the cultural heritage, as well as the development of transportation and all those who visit the park. 

As you explore this center, you can learn all about the stories of growth and changes that occurred in the town as it really grew into the community that you know today. You can learn all about the railroad development, what it meant, and even see historic photographs that show you what life was life as this was all happening!

The forms of transporation through Yellowstone National Park have really developed - from horses and stagecoaches, right through to modern airplanes. Pretty cool!

There are a number of exhibits that you can explore during your visit at the Yellowstone Historic Center, and there will always be something new to see with each visit! The exhibitions are designed for all backgrounds, ages and interests, so there will be something for you!

The permanent exhibits include showcasing the struggle between visitors and the local bears in the area, the brilliant era of stagecoaches, and even the young women who traveled to Yellowstone singing!

There is so much to learn at this fascinating museum, so why not learn a little more during your visit to Yellowstone National Park, and re-live history!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$6.00
  • Children$2 (ages 5-12)
  • Free Under: 4 years

When can we go?

9am - 6pm. 9pm close end of May to early Sept

Mid-May to Mid-October

I'm Hungry!

There are places to eat in the area so best grab something before or after your visit.

Any Top Tips?

Factor this museum into your trip to Yellowstone National Park - and make sure you visit the park if you only wanted to visit the museum!.

Doing our bit

They work closely with the community to make sure it's heritage is preserved and interpreted.

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to discuss any accessibility questions.

Can I get one of those?

The Gift Shop is located in the lobby, and features a huge amount of memorabilia, apparel, gifts and toys for you to take home!.

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