Conrad Mansion Museum
Experience Montana's historical elegance. We are one of the most outstanding examples of luxurious living and period architecture in the Northwest.
The Conrad Mansion Museum is a nonprofit museum owned by the city of Kalispell, Montana and run by the Conrad Mansion Board of Directors, Inc.
The museum is the home of Charles E. Conrad, a founding father of the town of Kalispell. It was designed by renowned architect Kirtland Cutter.
The museum collection is comprised of 90% of the original furnishings and effects of the Conrad family.
Regular Season: May 15th-October 15th.
Events at the Mansion include:
Open for Regular Tour Season - May 15
Ice Cream Social - July 4th after the parade
Closed for Regular Tour Season - October 15th
Ghost Tour - Mid-October
Christmas Tours - Guided and Self-Guided Christmas tours offered throughout December.
From Hwy 93 (Main St.) in Kalispell, Turn on 4th St. E. Go 6 blocks to Woodland Ave & turn N.(left). Conrad Mansion is between 3rd & 4th Streets on Woodland Ave. Parking is allowed all around museum
The Big Mountain Commercial Association is a non-profit public trade association that raises funds to pay for common services and programs.
These include funding for the S.N.O.W. Bus, a free shuttle service between Whitefish and Whitefish Mountain Resort. The S.N.O.W. Bus has been a staple of our community for over 20 years.