Conrad Mansion Museum | Kalispell, MT

Excerpt from Agreement deeding the
Mansion to the City of Kalispell,
entered into on December 27, 1974
"It is my dream to
establish the Mansion
as a memorial to my
parents, to honor and
pay tribute to their
efforts and foresight
in converting a raw
Western settlement
into a community ..."
Charles E. Conrad's
youngest daughter
Alicia Ann Conrad, at age 18
circa 1910
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Saturday, September 9
9:00 am  $28 per personReservations are required. Call 406.755.2166 for additional information.
June 13-October 15
May 17-June 11
Tours begin on-the-hour starting at 10:00 am
The last tour begins at 4:00 pm
Tours are limited to 20 people and last 75-90 minutes
Adults - $15
Seniors (65+) - $14
Students (12-17) - $8
Children (11 & under - $6
Purchase your Tour Admission Tickets in the Gift Shoppe located on the west side of the Mansion.
Online ticket purchase is not available at this time.
For the curious at heart, this 90-minute specialty
tour takes guests through areas of the Museum
not accessible on regular tours. As guests travel
through the three floors, over 100 interesting tidbits
are revealed.
Here’s one: Before home safes and safety deposit
boxes, valuables were stored in concealed furniture compartments. See several cleverly-placed, secret
areas in Mansion furniture.

Announcing our new
Conrad Mansion Museum
Executive Director
Chris Morris

Directions to the
Conrad Mansion Museum
330 Woodland Avenue
4th Avenue East is closed from Center Street East to 10th Street East.
The cross-thru streets that are open or closed
change daily due to construction needs.
Center Street East remains open.  (turn right on Woodland Avenue)