Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana

Charlo, MT

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Address: Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge, Charlo, MT 59824, USA Number: 406 644 3435 Website Contact How do we get there?

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Named after Chief Joseph Ninepipes, a Bitterroot Salish Chief, the museum is nestled under the protection of the Mission Mountain Range. It contains a wealth of early photos, artifacts and antiques representing more than a century of life in the Flathead Valley and the Reservation, and is one of Montana's finest treasures. It's reputation for excellence and interest grows steadily.

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Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana is centrally located at the base of the beautiful Mission Mountains. We are centrally located between the airports of Missoula and Kalispell, close to the National Bison Range and Flathead Lake. Traveling north will take you to Glacier Park, south will take you to the National Bison Range, and on to Missoula, the nearest large airport terminal.

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