Education at Gallatin History Museum

A young visitor creates artwork during the Young History Explorers program (left) First grade students in an old Bozeman classroom (right)

A young visitor creates artwork during the Young History Explorers program (left)

First grade students in an old Bozeman classroom (right)

2018 Programs

Gallatin History Museum provides education programs for a variety of ages and interests. Programs are designed to introduce participants to history and local heritage through the Museum's collection of artifacts and resources. 

Family passes are available for $20, and provide a full year of free admission for children and their families. 


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Interacting with History

Thanks to the generosity of Randy Hart, children can enjoy a variety of permanent activity stations throughout the museum, each designed to give visitors an in-depth experience with local history. Dress up in historical costumes, use a quill and ink to create a Lewis and Clark-style journal, explore the furs and habitats of different local animal species, play with beautiful paper dolls, and more! These stations are available during regular visiting hours.

 
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Young History Explorers

Our free YHE family days introduce children to local history and community heritage through artifacts, activities, art, reading, and exploration. 

Between 11 am and 3 pm on program days, families can stop by the museum to enjoy engaging exhibits, learning activities, and creative crafts. .

 
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Historical Birthday Parties

From Victorian tea parties to gold panning adventures and pioneer treats, Gallatin History Museum will custom-design a dream historical birthday for your child and their friends! 

 
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Adult Group Tours

Join one of our expert docents for an immersive, private, behind-the-scenes tour of Gallatin History Museum's exhibits and collections. Tours are interactive, allowing for group participation and questions. All tours include refreshments and a post-visit Q & A session with a museum staff member. These tours are perfect for adult groups of all ages, and can be custom-designed to meet the needs and interests of the visitors. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Homeschool Programs

Gallatin History Museum will host four different class packages in 2018. Each series is intended for a different age group, and follows a different learning theme. Our classes are interactive, and focus on student participation and object-based learning. Students will work towards creating a final presentation, and will receive a variety of take-home resources. 

 

 

Homeschool groups can also book group tours at GHM, and use our extensive archives and research library.


Join us for the 2018 Family Fundraiser Gala!

$50 Family ticket

$25 Individual Ticket

$20 Member Ticket

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