Prairie County Museum and Cameron Gallery

Description

The tiny town of Terry bills itself as the "home of the moss agate." You'll find plenty of places here to explore the Yellowstone River as well as a chance to look back into Montana history at the Prairie County Museum and Cameron Gallery. Renowned photographer and British immigrant Evelyn Cameron recorded the settlement of Montana during the early years of the 20th century. Her work has been preserved at the Lady Cameron Gallery, part of the Prairie County Museum in Terry. Other features of the museum include a pioneer homestead, railroad depot, household and business antiques, and the only steam-heated outhouse west of the Mississippi. The museum is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Address

101 S Logan
Terry, MT 59349

Lat/Long

46.79357100, -105.31334400
Visit Website
(406) 635-2108

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