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 40 people per group and last about 1.5 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.
During the summer season, we see visitors from all over the world as well as locals exploring their own history. All tours are first come, first served. We recommend arriving for your desired tour time about ten minutes early.
No food, beverage, or flash photography allowed inside the Conrad Mansion. Phones must be turned off during tour. U.S. Currency, VISA, MasterCard are accepted.
The grounds and gardens are free and accessible to the public-year round. Please stay on designated walkways and lawns.
By the time, the Conrad family moved into this house, recreational activities and sports were a popular way for people to spend their leisure time.
The Conrads at Play historical clothing exhibit will be on display throughout 2023.
For an in-depth tour, join volunteer curator of textiles, Teresa Knutson on a tour through the Conrad Mansion where she will explain the clothing in detail.
After the tour, guests will have a Q&A with Teresa in the Great Hall.