Conrad Mansion Museum | Kalispell, MT

The Conrad Mansion Museum offers a variety of events throughout the year, including lectures,
a murder mystery, an ice cream social, ghost tours and Christmas events.
All proceeds benefit the Museum.
JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2019
MARCH 2019
APRIL 2019
 18th DEATH BY CHOCOLATE MURDER MYSTERY
MAY 2019
Saturday, May 19 > NOOKS & CRANNIES TOUR
For the curious at heart, this 90-minute specialty tour takes guests through areas of the Museum not accessible on regular tours. View secret compartments and behind closed doors. Over 100 interesting tidbits are revealed as guests travel through the three floors.
9:00 am  $28 per person. Reservations are required. Call 406.755.2166 for additional information.
Regular Season
Tours Begin
Wednesday, May 16 > 2018 REGULAR SEASON TOURS BEGIN  Reservations are not required.
               May 16 - June 10 = Wednesday-Sunday.       June 12 - October 15 = Tuesday-Sunday.

Tours begin on-the-hour starting at 10:00 am. The last tour of the day begins at 4:00 pm. Tours are limited to 20 people
and last about 75-90 minutes.  For more information about Regular Season Tours, click here.
2019 GLACIER INSTITUTE WINTER LECTURE
Online reservations and ticket purchases are not available. Call 406.755.2166
A murder takes place at Conrad Mansion Museum. Guests watch performers play out the mystery and then help solve "who did it." Heavy hors d' oeuvres - lots of chocolate -  and drinks are served before the play, terrific raffle items, music and dancing after the play. Age 21 and up, please. Alcohol is served during the evening.  
Regular tickets $60 per person | VIP Tickets $100 per person.   
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OCTOBER 2018
2018 Christmas Teas & Mansion Tours
11:00 am and 1:00 pm

Saturday, November 24
Saturday, December 8
Saturday, December 15
Saturday, December 22
Reservations are required by Monday prior.
$35 per person

Call 406.755.2166 Tuesday-Friday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Children's menu/price
not available for this event.
NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2018
For working class country folk, honky tonk music became their voice of loneliness and alienation as men and women coped with the stress and adjustments of life after the atomic bomb. 1950's suburban conformity, meant to help normalize the family unit, only contributed to feelings of victimization for both sexes. Examine how PTSD, then unrecognized, contributed to the dysfunction of families and learn how Kitty Wells, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and others responded in their songs to the social changes of post-World War II America.
Homes & Honky Tonks: Post WWII Women in Country Music
Presented By: Almeda Bradshaw

Singer-Songwriter
Saturday, January 12th From 11:00 to 1:00 Please call to reserve your spot. 
Tickets are:
Members $8.00
Non-Members $10.00
Tickets are Pre-Sale only through the Conrad Mansion. Please call 406-755-2166
Free Admission