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Museum of the Plains Indian, Browning

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  • I have passed this numerous times over the years and thought I should stop some day. Today was the day, and I have to say I was very impressed. The first thing that struck me was the amazing colors an...  more »
  • There is not much to do in Browning so I would say this is a must. Interesting assortment of clothing and tools are displayed. I was told by the attendant that big changes are coming to the facility. ...  more »
  • The Plains Museum is a great place to visit and learn about the Plains Indians culture and different styles of dress. It is a small museum but well worth the detour on your way to Glacier National Par...  more »
  • Very interesting artifacts of Plains Indian history, especially of the Blackfeet tribe. It's on their reservation at Glacier National Park
  • Very informative history about the Blackfeet Nation!!! Must visit if In browning!!!! Disappointed the gift shop was not ready!!!!
  • One of the finest museums in northwest Montana! David and Herbie keep it running top knotch!
  • Unremarkable. If you have an extra 15 minutes and extra $5 and you happen to be here it's okay.
  • It represents the native American population that lived for more than 10,000 years in Montana and in what is now glacier national park. There are traditional clothing on display, explanations of how they made the clothing and a video talking about their history. You can also purchase art made by them.