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A perfect museum in a small,quaint town. It is doing a great job at perserving the local history of the town, its people and the surrounding areas. A must do if you come to Three Forks. Small donation, and yes, see the upstairs first, lots...More
I especially liked looking at their collection of different Barbed wires. Go to the upstairs part first if you want to see this. Enjoyed talking to the ladies who staffed the museum. So many artifacts and so interesting to see all of them. A must...More
An outstanding museum in a small town with lots of stories to tell. The museum is free (a small donation is requested and well worth it). Lots of eclectic material displayed on the first floor. Be sure to climb the stairs to the 2nd floor...More
We enjoyed our visit to the Headwaters Heritage Museum & learned a great deal in the process. The museum's collection includes, among a variety of other things, Lewis and Clark memorabilia, Native American artifacts, artifacts & exhibits from fur trading and stuff from early settlers...More
One of the best small museums around. Open about Memorial Day through Labor Day and staffed by local volunteers. They have a lot of wonderful displays and unusual items. Allow at least a couple of hours.
If you are going to the head waters park you need to check out the museum. Great to lean about things our our country and many of these places give information that is not taught in school these days, my two boys (16 yrs) enjoyed...More
Stopped in just to see if they had Headwaters souvenirs, and stayed for almost an hour looking at a lot of historical items from the region. Eclectically displayed but organized, you can find train memorabilia, old military uniforms, local school letter sweaters and band uniforms,...More