220 West Broadway, Missoula Montana 59802
The Missoula County Courthouse was built in 1910 and occupies an entire city block. The courthouse contains eight murals by E.S. Paxson, who is probably best known for his painting of "Custer's Last Stand," finished in 1899. In 1906 he moved his studio to Missoula from Butte and in 1912 began a group of murals depicting early Montana history for the courthouse. They were finished in 1914. The murals can be viewed from 8:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday.
Other History nearby:
(St Ignatius) Flathead Indian Museum & Trading Post
(Lolo) Fort Fizzle
(St Ignatius) Four Winds Historic Village
(Missoula) Historical Museum at Fort Missoula
(Superior) Mineral County Museum
(Missoula) Missoula County Courthouse
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05/16 Coming to The Missoula area
Pierce 1860 Days Celebration Pierce ID August2-4 Celebrating the founding of the First Gold Rush Town in Idaho! Fun for the whole family...live music, street dance, parade, games, costume contest, ATV Fun Run, Dutch Oven cooking, craft & food vendors, softball tournament, and more.
Bitterroot Scottish Irish Festival Hamilton MT August24-25 Compete, play, and dance this August at the Marcus Daly Mansion.