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About Museum At Central School, Kalispell

The Museum at Central School, at the restored Central School building in Kalispell, Montana, United States, is a history museum featuring exhibits that illuminate the history of Northwest Montana. Operated by the non-profit Northwest Montana Historical Society, the Museum at Central School is housed in the 22,000-square-foot (2,000 m2) Richardsonian Romanesque-style four-story stone and brick Central School building, constructed in 1894 and completely restored and renovated in the late 1990s. Current permanent exhibits focus on Montana pioneer Frank Bird Linderman, the Northwest Montana timber industry, Northwest Native American culture, all new professionally designed and constructed History of the Flathead Valley installed and opened in July 2013, and the turn-of-the-century community of Demersville.

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Address: 124 2nd Ave E, Kalispell, MT 59901, USA

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  • Multiple levels and rooms of historical exhibits to see and read here. A couple of nice ladies up at the front desk will help direct you to exactly what you want to see if you're in a hurry. If not they give you a little overview of the whole place. The building itself is also awesome! A very Grand and beautiful old school building. Super cool that it got to retire as a museum and not get knocked down to make way for a more modern School. I'm not sure what I enjoyed more the building or the exhibits LOL both are definitely worth your time if you're into history and learning. There's also a lot of green grass to get your kids out of the car for a run or a dog but clean up your doggy doo lots of people use this area

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  • This is a nice historical museum. It is housed in an old school building that has been converted to a museum. The first floor has a room about Frank Linderman, another about the Native Americans of the local area, a bookstore/shop and topical exhibit. The second floor has a room dedicated to logging, another on the area and what happened to the boom towns, a meeting room and another room with lots of old pictures. I would plan for about an hour. There is a small nominal fee.

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  • Great regional history museum! Love the stories about past that you covered there. Great exhibits and interp. Thank you!

  • Great place to learn about Montana History

  • My uncle attended high school here. Lots of local history.

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