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. 

 
 
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Research Library

Students and educators can work directly with photographs, primary sources and scholarly
research sources from our archives, with help from a Research Coordinator.

 
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Homeschool Classes

In small classes led by an experienced educator, students can explore the history of the
Gallatin Valley community and participate in hands-on, object-based learning. 

 
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Field Trips And Tours

The Gallatin History Museum year-round, guided group tours with experienced docents and educators. Tours are interactive, and can be customized. 

 
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Youth History Explorers

Our free Youth History Explorers 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.