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This museum has a very wide assortment of items! They have a multi media video of the Bear Paw Battlefield which is very informational. They also have dinosaur info, fossils, old photographs, sugar beet information, church info, military info, etc. It really is a great...More
You can easily spend a hour, I spent about a hour and a half! So much information and there was so many great photos with descriptions! The lower level is packed with more, make sure to turn on the lights on the way down the...More
We went to this museum to see the movie about Chief Joseph. However, we ended up sticking around to check out the displays. The museum is laid out well and there are a variety of items to see. If you are in the area, I...More
This museum is very impressive with extensive exhibits relating to life on the high prairie. The video as part of the National Historic Site re: Bears Paw Battlefield was excellent as was the narrative. There is something for everyone including dinosaurs and pre historic fossils.
A surprise for a small town museum. Lots of artifacts, antiques, even dinosaurs. Recommend seeing the 20 minute video to get a good overview of the Nez Perce Flight. Lots of Native clothing and artifacts. Nice dinosaur room the kids would like and local antiques.
The museum was very nice! Good video of big paw battlegrounds. Good dinosaur display in cars no large models. Good explanation of fossils as well as other aspects of that period. Good collection of western memorabilia.
We stopped here on our way to the Bear Paw Battlefield since the interim visitor center is located here. The museum itself is a hidden treasure. It has many exhibits from when this area was first settled with homesteaders and gives a good feel for...More
The Blaine County Museum serves as the visitor center for the Bear Paw Battlefield (part of the Nez Perce Trail) south of Chinook, so you should stop at the museum to see the film if you plan to tour the battlefield (which I highly recommend)....More