The museum has three buildings--the original house, a historical barn and new exhibition hall. The house is a rambling place showcasing the sisters' taste--better in antiques than architecture. There are numerous special pieces, including a wall of autographed presidential photos. The barn gives a picture of how Charles Bair amassed his fortune and has a collection of ranching artifacts and photos. The new exhibition hall displays the original paintings and native artifacts that must have swamped the house. It's a lovely place worth a visit to this remote central Montana location.
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