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Range Riders Museum

Range Riders Museum Review

The Range Riders Museum, built on the site of the 1877 Fort Keogh cantonment, is jammed to the rafters with saddles, chaps, spurs, guns, and other frontier artifacts. Some of the 12 museum buildings of this complex were once part of the fort, which was abandoned in 1924 after being used as a remount station during World War I. The volunteers and staff love to talk about local history and are great sources for information about modern amenities, too.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 435 L.P. Anderson Rd., across Tongue River Bridge on west end of Main St., Exit 135 off I–94 Miles City, MT 59301 | Map It
  • Phone: 406/232–6146
  • Cost: $5
  • Hours: Apr.–Oct., daily 8–5:30
  • Location: Miles City

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