Holt Heritage Museum, Lolo Montana

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Holt Heritage Museum

Specializing in the ways of the Old West with everything Cowboy and Indian, Rodeos and Pow Wows, the Holt Heritage Museum has a fun and extensive collection. They are also famous for their Chuckwagons, for large groups only. Read More

What can I do and see at the Holt Heritage Museum?

The museum is dedicated to the history of the Old West, specifically "Cowboys and Indians - Rodeos and Pow Wows." The museum collection includes stories and artifacts from the cowboy days, as well as from a number of Native American groups, including the Nez Perce, Salish/Kootenai and Crow. If you are traveling with a group, book one of their famous Cowboy Chuckwagon Dinners.

Where is the Holt Heritage Museum?

The Holt Heritage Museum is located at 6800 Lewis and Clark Highway (Hwy 12) in Lolo, Montana. It is connected to the Traveler's Rest along the Lewis and Clark Trail.

Who can I call with more questions?

Call the museum directly at (406) 273-6743.

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