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Livingston Depot Center

200 W Park St, Livingston, MT 59047-2629
+1 406-222-2300
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Nice little museum

I came across this place by accident driving though town. Great for train lovers and local history... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
hulagirl78749
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Austin, Texas
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It was closed when we were there but we walked around the outside. It is a very beautiful building... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
angela g
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200 W Park St, Livingston, MT 59047-2629
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I came across this place by accident driving though town. Great for train lovers and local history buffs. I enjoyed my walk though and it's only $5. They also had a small section upstairs on movies made in Montana.

Thank hulagirl78749
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

It was closed when we were there but we walked around the outside. It is a very beautiful building, lots of detailed architecture.

Thank angela g
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

went to check this out as hubby works for the railroad and loves history. $5 entrance fee. helpful stalk,nice small gift store and clean washrooms

Thank loraine01
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Wow, I am not much of a history buff, but the displays there really let you know how things were back in the day, and how Montana, and the USA for that matter came together through lots of hard work and strong-willed people. It really...More

Thank wgpworm
Reviewed 20 July 2017

The exhibits were fascinating in that they show what a vital, thriving town Livingston was, with a quite large working population. It makes one wonder about what progress has wrought. The museum encapsulates a lost era, not least with men and women all dressed up...More

Thank OpinionatedNYC
Reviewed 11 July 2017

You will be welcomed by warm, friendly smiles. Jan, and another kind woman, gave us more information about Livingston's local history, and how this particular building was saved from being torn down to make way for something more "modern" ...what a tragedy this would have...More

Thank Eliz102
Reviewed 19 June 2017

The displays are very informative and interesting. Great videos throughout the displays. Tons of local information and items. Great little gift shop. This was actually our 2nd visit to this museum and it was as interesting as the first time.

1  Thank anner0ck
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

Lots of memorabilia about the building of the rail road to Livingston and the opening of the Yellowstone National Park. You really get an appreciation of just how tough it was for those pioneer men and women. Upstairs a collection of posters and photos about...More

1  Thank SueDen27
Reviewed 3 April 2017 via mobile

As a kid I would take the train from MN to Livingston every summer and stopped at this depot. They have done an excellent job creating this museum to the RR past. Worth a visit.

Thank bclarke292
Reviewed 7 December 2016

We have been to the Depot several times in the past 3 months for local fundraisers and a wedding. It is a beautiful venue.

Thank debraswandal
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