Museum of the Rockies’ ‘Living History Farm’ Opens This Saturday, May 24
The Living History Farm at Museum of the Rockies is getting set to open for the 2014 season this Saturday, May 24, which will mark their 25th Anniversary!
The Living History Farm is planning a summer-long celebration of its 25th Anniversary. The Tinsley House, the original 1890s home of the Tinsley family from Willow Creek, MT, remains the centerpiece of MOR’s Living History Farm. It was relocated to the Museum grounds in 1986.
As part of the 25th Anniversary celebration, MOR will be offering FREE admission to the Living History Farm. Normally part of regular admission fees or MOR membership, this year the Farm will open up to all visitors without charge. Come experience Montana’s homesteading history as part of this special celebration! Normal admission charges will still apply to the main Museum and Geckos exhibit.
The Living History Farm at the Museum of the Rockies is open daily from 9 am – 5 pm and will extend its 25th Anniversary season through September 21. Visit museumoftherockies.org for more information.