In 1974, Alicia Conrad Campbell, the youngest daughter of Charles and Alicia Conrad, donated her family’s magnificent home and its contents to the City of Kalispell in memory of her parents and in tribute to their pioneering, entrepreneurial, and philanthropic spirit.
We believe you understand the importance of growing community staying connected to the historical richness of its early beginnings.
We believe you appreciate the value of showing others by your example that you really mean it when you say you support Kalispell’s cultural sites and treasures.
And that is why we are asking you to consider becoming a Room Sponsor of the Conrad Mansion Museum. By supporting the Conrad Mansion, you will help to continue the mission of historical preservation and active community interaction. Thousands of Valley residents and visitors will see the strong support the Mansion has from our sponsors, the inheritor “descendants” of our founding family’s vision.
Thank You to Our 2020 Room Sponsors!
The Music Room, Ray & Ladeine Thompson
The Library, Flathead Electric Cooperative & Dan Wilson and Tia Robbin.
The Dining Room, Beth Collier
The Fernery, Walter & Chare’ Largent
The Butler’s Pantry, Mary Meister, In Loving Memory of Volunteer, Bob Meister
The Anteroom, Mary Meister, In Loving Memory of Volunteer, Bob Meister
The Nursery, Dr. Larry & Teri Iwersen
The Grey Bedroom, Don & Sharon Pearson, In Memory of Gramma
The Violet Room, The Conrad Family for Honoring Catherine Davenport Conrad & Alicia Conrad Vick
The Blue Bedroom/Alicia’s Bedroom, Amore’ Salon & Spa
The Master Bedroom, Mary Pat Murphy
The Sewing Room, Catherine Webber
The Children’s Play Room, Big Sky Public Relations
The Taxidermy Room, The Gary & Lynn Haven’s Family
The Laundry Room, High Country Linen
The Gift Shop, Coins & Carats
The Carriage House, Everit & Nikki Sliter
The Conrad Mansion Cats, Mark & Judy Schickendantz
For more information on how you or your business can sponsor a room in the Conrad Mansion, please call us at 406-755-2166.
Donate & Support
The Conrad Mansion’s Mission, since Alicia Conrad donated her family’s home to the city of Kalispell in 1974, has been to preserve and exhibit the 1895 Charles Conrad Family Estate through public tours, educational programs, and community events. Although the city of Kalispell owns the Conrad Mansion, we are self-supporting and rely on tours, grants, and donations to pay our bills and expand our programs.
Donations provide the Conrad Mansion with funding for the maintenance and preservation of the building, gardens, and collection.
With your support, we can preserve our piece of Montana history.
For more information on how to donate to the Conrad Mansion, please call 406-755-2166.