- Visit the Conrad Mansion in Kalispell Montana to see some outstanding examples of pioneer living
- Easy to reach the museum on US Highway 2 south of Glacier National Park
- Adults $15
The Conrad Mansion, Kalispell Montana provides outstanding examples of pioneer living with some period architecture. Visiting this fabulous museum offers a glimpse into the past.
The Conrad Mansion Museum is located in Kalispell, Montana on the 330 block of Woodland Avenue. Kalispell is reached on US Highway 2 southwest of Glacier National Park. The museum’s phone number is 406-755-2166.
The Conrad Mansion is open from May 17th to October 15th, 2017, with hourly tours available starting at 10am to the final tour starting at 4pm, offered Tuesday to Sunday.
Admission is $15 for adults, $8 for students (12-17), children under 12 are $6 and seniors $14.
The Conrad Mansion sits overlooking the valley and the Swan mountain range. One of the founders of Kalispell built this Victorian home as a permanent place for his descendants to live. It remains unchanged since it was constructed in 1895. Fun Fact: Prominent Spokane architect, Kirtland Cutter, designed the Conrad Mansion as well as the historic Lake McDonald Lodge in Glacier National Park.
Landscaped acres contain six large flowerbeds and constant color in the summer. Inside you’ll see the gorgeous oak trim and paneling, and the eight massive fireplaces. All nine bedrooms have their own marble sink. More than 90% of the items in the home, including toys, china and furniture, are all original.