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Western Heritage Center

2822 Montana Avenue
Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana, 59101

Western Heritage Center in Billings, MT
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The Western Heritage Center is a regional museum located in the Historic District in downtown Billings, Montana. This museum used to be the Parmly Billings Memorial Library.
Built in 1901, the library turned museum houses a collection of artifacts about the history of the Yellowstone River Valley. The museum opened in 1971 after a organized group of concerned citizens prevented the building from meeting the wrecking ball and being turned into a parking lot.

The Western Heritage Center is committed to providing public programs at minimal or no cost. Programs include the monthly High Noon lecture and video series, teacher workshops, school traveling trunks, eight traveling exhibits, partnerships with regional museums, and active participation in local events.

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