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Big Horn County Historical Museum, Hardin
(4.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Big Horn County Historical Museum is located in Hardin. Use our Hardin trip builder to visit Big Horn County Historical Museum on your trip to Hardin, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a nice museum for a small town. It gives you a wonderful look at the areas history. It has some great old photos of the people and events. You can spend a lot of time there but in the off seas...  more »
  • Guided to this by the folk at the Lariat Motel: excellent collection of all sorts of things both inside and out; cheap to get in and you could easily spend several hours: as a special bonus they have ...  more »
  • A very historical and authentic visit into the late 1800's. Uniforms of the military and the Indian apparel is beautiful. Everyone should stop and see for a donation of 5.00. 
Google
  • This was one of those pleasant discoveries you make on a road trip. This museum was especially great for toddlers and preschool aged kids. You can go into all the different buildings and take a look around. They did a great job of making everything visible to even the smallest visitors, which means I didn't have to repeatedly lift my kids to help them see the exhibits. The barn, train, and ringing the church bell were all highlights. The main building provides more information and is also air conditioned. Overall this was an excellent stop and well worth the admission price ($6 per adult).
  • Old buildings are in great shape and filled with interesting things. Definitely recommend a stop here to peek into a different era.
  • The outdoor buildings were the most interesting for me.
  • A must see.