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Very interesting and informative.

We. Spent an hour in this small museum. It is packed with historical information about the town... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2018
Ted R
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Kihei, Hawaii
A walk through Anacondas Iconic Past!

Wow what a great place to go and listen to what really took place back in the day in Anaconda... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2018
Sonia L
,
Anaconda, Montana
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29 Jun 2018
“Very interesting and informative.”
9 Feb 2018
“A walk through Anacondas Iconic Past! ”
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401 E Commercial Ave, Anaconda, MT 59711-2360
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Reviewed 30 June 2018

We. Spent an hour in this small museum. It is packed with historical information about the town and its relationship to copper smelting.

Thank Ted R
Reviewed 9 February 2018 via mobile

Wow what a great place to go and listen to what really took place back in the day in Anaconda! Their history about immigrates coming through to work in the mines and stack is very interesting! Don't past this up ... there is no fee...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2017

We bought lots of souvenirs from this place. the staff is awesome and really patient and helped us customize the gifts and all. wish i had the money to buy everything haha :D

Thank Oana P
Reviewed 27 September 2016

A very informative and enjoyable museum, with great history and very good artwork of the local area mountains. Especially enjoyable was speaking with one of the museum and city workers about their unique insight into the local area history, benefits and current environmental decrements of...More

Thank Randy J
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Free attraction. We visited when there was a quilt display. It was well presented & an amazing collection. Small gift shop. Be sure to go downstairs. Amazing old wood floors, doors, & railings. There you will find a jail & beautiful antique furniture.

Thank Liz730053
Reviewed 22 September 2016

This is a small free museum with various displays focusing on the early 1900s. Interesting photos and artifacts related to the copper smelting operations. An outstanding pharmacological collection display. A very special minute copy of a tavern liquor bar in intricate detail. Also a nice...More

Thank lynnnddd
Reviewed 17 August 2016

Visitors can browse through the museum and center, but the special events are fun as are the shows and exhibits held from time to time. It is a community center and houses items of historical nature and art as well has items for sale such...More

Thank elaine s
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