Education at Gallatin History Museum
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.
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.
Ten lucky children will get to participate in our 2018 Summer Camp, from June 26-30! We will explore the history and science of Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley through crafts, experiments, walking tours, outdoor activities, art, and reading. Students will create their own interdisciplinary museum exhibit as a final project. Summer Camp takes place from 10 - 3 each day, and is open to children between the ages of 8 and 12.
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!
Join us for the 2018 Family Fundraiser Gala!
$50 Family ticket
$25 Individual Ticket
$20 Member Ticket