Step into Libby’s rich past . . .

The Heritage Museum preserves the diverse historical culture and heritage of the Lincoln County and northwest Montana. The unique twelve-sided, 130-foot diameter log structure houses artifacts from early Libby history of settlement, mining and logging. The Museum's 12-sided log building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places on the National Park Service website. The Museum Cookhouse, Outdoor Pavilion, and Swamp Creek Community Hall log building are available for "members and volunteers of the Heritage Museum" to use by agreement and donation.  PUBLIC NOTICE Regarding the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Section 106 Review of the Heritage Museum Roof Replacement Project The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has offered Museum, Inc. in Libby, Montana, an Infrastructure and Capacity Building grant (CHA-286663) to replace the roof of the Heritage Museum.  Click on this link for the entire notice.
The Heritage Museum is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization - all donations are tax deductible; 34067 US Hwy 2, PO Box 628, Libby, MT 59923, 406-293-7521, Website: libbyheritagemuseum.org, E-mail: heritagemuseum@frontier.com
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2022 Hours

May 21-September 17

Monday - Saturday

10am - 5pm



Admission by donation

Mary and Larry Hebenstreit

Center for Archival

Research is open to the

public year-round by

appointment. Call 406-293-

7521 for an appointment.

RV parking and pull-


Donations needed to cover the cost of the roof replacement ($405,415 cost), set to begin Monday, May 23. Please contact the Museum for more information, 406-293-7521.
Basic Agreement Form (PDF)
Scan to donate towards our new roof!