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Our granddaughter had lived just down the street and somehow we never made it to St Mary's Mission until this summer. The mission has a well known history in the region. However, actually seeing it in such a glorious setting and reading the many informational...More
I and my granddaughter Faith went -we went thru the tour and the ole"gal that did the tour was as sweet as they come- - very interesting and the apple trees were delicious- great place to spend the day
The St. Mary's Mission is a mainstay in the Bitterroot Valley, and a must see! The grounds are meticulously kept, and an excellent Visitors Center provides information. The nearby Cemetery has "Patrons" dating back to the 1800's, and the Mission is a great place to...More
The oldest city in Montana. This mission is a testament to what one man could accomplish in so many areas, Architecture, medicine, human endeavor in general. Wonderful old buildings with a vast historical importance. Must see. Take the tour. and make a donation.
This is a sweet and beautiful mission with a delightful tour that includes the priest's (Father Ravioli) home and his pharmacy/clinic. The Jesuits ('black robes' ) were actually invited here by the local Indians who were persuaded to do so by the Iroquois whose experience...More
This is a very well preserved part of Montana's history and will go again! You must take a tour to visit the many buildings on site that are in pristine condition considering they are 175 years old. Volunteer guides are well versed, knowledgeable and you...More