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The Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture is a museum about the homsteads of the 1880s to 1940s. The Huntley Project is the second oldest US Bureau of Reclamation project, opening in June of 1907. The museum has 10 acres of show grounds at Osborn Park, with 18 homestead buildings, a large collection of horse drawn machinery, and much more. It is open 9:00 to 4:00 daily and has parking for over 500 cars. The season runs from May through September. Open at other times by arrangement.

Location: PO Box 353, Huntley Montana 59037 Telephone 406-348-2533

Other History nearby:
(Hardin) Bighorn County Historical Museum
(Crow Agency) Crow Indian Reservation
(Huntley) Huntley Project Museum
(Huntley) Huntley Project Museum
(Crow Agency) Little Bighorn Battlefield Nat Monument
(Billings) Moss Mansion


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