Upper Swan Valley Historical Society
National Geographic Map Guide Destination

Theodore Paulin moving trail crew to S. Lost Creek. USVHS photo.

Next Exit History

Visitors' Comments

Bob Holmes, WWII.
Wolff Collection. USVHS Archives.

Lundberg Ranch, mid 1940s. Sharon MacQuarrie photo.

​“Nearly other-worldly!” 
- Northport, AL

“Very well done - enjoyed!” 
- Corning, CA

“Always a pleasure!” 
- Ferndale, MT

“Very nice museum. I’ll be back!” 
- Missoula, MT

“Excellent facility.” 
- Kalispell, MT

“Amazing! Thank you!” 
- Castle Rock, CO

- Lindbergh Lake, MT

“Awesome! 💗” 
- Scottsdale, AZ

"Love the river on the floor. Looking great!"
– Seeley Lake, MT

"Wonderful work! Love this museum. Will recommend it to others."
– Chicago, IL

"We really appreciate this place. Thanks for the explanations."
– Paris, France

"Thanks for preserving history!"
– Philadelphia, PA

"Beautifully done!" 
​– Bend, OR

If you have any questions concerning accessibility contact Steve Lamar at (406) 754-2745 or Fern Kauffman at (406) 754-2238 or email info@swanvalleyhistoricalsociety.org.

Upper Swan Valley Historical Society
P. O. Box 1128
6774 Highway 83 North, Mile Marker 42
Condon, MT 59826

(406) 754-2745 or (406) 754-2238


Museum Hours
Open by appointment

​​To schedule an appointment call (406) 754-2745 or (406) 754-2238

Summer hours: Open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day 
Museum phone: (406) 754-2813

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