The nine Mission and Jocko Valley Museums bring to life the rich history of the area.  Located along Highway 93 from Arlee to Polson, the museums include:

Arlee/Jocko Valley Museum: Outdoor Veterans Memorial, memorabilia from area Veterans, Pioneer Day Photographs and more.

Fort Connah Historical Site: Constructed in 1847, the last Hudson’s Bay Trading Post built in the U.S.

The People’s Center Tribal Museum & Gift Shop: Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes authentic Native American History, Museum exhibits.

Garden of the Rockies Museum: Pioneer memorabilia from our Community.

Miracle of America Museum: Montana’s largest and most diversified museum.  Vintage motorcycles dating from 1912.  Vehicles from 1914.  Huge military collection.  41 village buildings.  Outdoor metal sculptures.  Kid friendly.

Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana: Native American and early Montana artifacts, photographs and dioramas.

Four Winds Indian Trading Post: 1870 historic log buildings.  Beads, craft supplies, moccasins, herbs, pipes, hides, artifacts, replicas and books.

Polson Flathead Lake Museum: Reservation Pioneer and Native American exhibits (stagecoach, buggies, daily living). Home of the Flathead Lake Monster!

St. Ignatius Mission Church: Church established in 1854 featuring 58 frescoes and murals, 1864 Sisters of Providence Residence.