The Range Riders Museum
The Range Riders Museum is one of the most recognized “Old West” museums in the area. This Miles City museum features the Bert and Mamie Clark gun collection, a one-room schoolhouse and the Wagon Depot, which houses several antique vehicles. Museum staff say it can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day to view the exhibits. The Range Riders Museum is open seven days a week from 8 am to 5 pm from April 1st through October 31st. Contact the museum for more information by calling (406) 232-4483.
The Waterworks Art Museum
The WaterWorks Art Museum, formerly the Custer County Art and Heritage Center, is comprised of 10,000 square feet of exhibitions and education programs. Since opening in 1977, the nonprofit center has become a cultural leader in southeastern Montana. Located in a park overlooking the Yellowstone River, the museum houses the works of some of the premiere artists in the country, in the original WaterWorks facility that produced Miles City’s drinking water for more than sixty years. The museum is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has earned a Montana Governor’s Preservation Award for the most adaptive reuse of a historic structure. The WaterWorks Art Museum is closed on Mondays; but from May to September, the museum is open 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Sunday and from October to April, the museum is open from 1 pm to 5 pm Tuesday through Sunday. You can learn more by calling (406) 234-0635.
Miles City’s Town and Country Club
Created in 1957, Miles City’s Town and Country Club is a semi-private golf and dining facility. The nine-hole golf course, lounge and restaurant are open to the public. If you’re looking for western hospitality, look no further than the Town and Country Club. The facility is open from 7 am to dark during the summer (from April to September), weather permitting. For tee times and information, please call (406) 234-1500. The club may be closed during private club functions.