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Christmas Tours
December 6th-December 31st
The Conrad Mansion will offer guided and self-guided tours 10am-4pm, Wednesday-Sunday.
(Closed on Mon., Tues., Dec. 16th, 17th, 24th, & 25th)
Guided Tours: 10am & 12pm
$20 per adult, $18 per senior (65+), $10 per youth (5-18)
Self-Guided Tours: 1pm-4pm
$15 per adult, $13 per senior (65+), $5 per youth (5-18)
(Reservations not required for tours)
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A Christmas Tea Party & Tour

Dates & Times

December 16th & December 17th: 11am



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Valley Voices Community Choir
A Christmas Concert at the Conrad Mansion

Dates & Times

December 19th: 7pm



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Our Mission

To preserve and exhibit the 1895 Charles Conrad Family Estate through public tours, educational programs, and community events.

Tour The Mansion

Take a house tour or explore the lovely gardens. Built in 1895, the Conrad Mansion offers a glimpse into the life of a prosperous Montana pioneer.

Support the Mansion

The Conrad Mansion is a self-supporting nonprofit museum. Donations provide the Conrad Mansion with funding for the maintenance and preservation. With your support, we can preserve our piece of Montana history.

Beautiful place for an afternoon visit. The garden is lovely and the mansion has that je ne sais quoi that brings you nostalgia and wonderment.”

Gabriela Agape

Contact us

The Conrad Mansion offers educational and entertaining tours of the twenty-six room Mansion year-round.

Docent (tour guide) led tours offer a deep dive into the Conrad Family’s history. Learn fascinating facts about the Mansion’s nooks and crannies as well as the Conrad family’s impact on Montana history.

Docent-guided tours are limited to 20 people per group and last about 1.25 hours.

Self-Guided tours are ideal for those on a time crunch or who prefer to learn at their own pace. Spend a few minutes or a whole afternoon exploring this beautiful and innovative Victorian home.

From May 15th-October 15th, both docent-guided and self-guided tours are first come, first served. We do not take reservations. Tickets are purchased at the front door at the time of the tour. We recommend arriving at the Mansion’s front door about five minutes before the tour time.  

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 We are funded in part by coal severance taxes paid based upon coal mined in Montana and deposited in Montana’s cultural and aesthetic projects trust fund.