During the winter, it is a wonderful time to see all the museums that Montana has to offer. One museum which should be included on any tourist list is that of Clarks Fork Valley Museum.
The museum is located in Fromberg, Montana and it offers a historical view from the Clarks Fork Valley area. It also hold one of the last rail road depots in the country that is considered class four in rural areas. This depot is also listed on the National Registry due to being at least 100 years old.
There are a variety of exhibits to see at the Clarks Fork Valley Museum in Montana. They include a one room doctor office and visitors will also see a traditional view of a home stead cabin from the times. The location is also accessible to those with handicaps.
The Clarks Fork Valley museum is open during the busy season in June through September. The days of operation include Wednesdays through Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm. Walk ins to the museum are welcome and larger groups can also reserve special times to come and see the historical displays.
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