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“This is an attractive Victorian home that, incidentally, is an art gallery”
Review of Clark Chateau

Clark Chateau
Ranked #13 of 28 things to do in Butte
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: The Clark Chateau is an historic mansion and community center located in Uptown Butte, MT. Historic exhibits and tours interpret Butte's fascinating and diverse history, examining the influential families and organizations that have inhabited the building over the years. Local artists, academics, writers, and performers are invited to utilize the space as a means of discussing the issues facing Butte today, placed in the larger context of the world around us.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities
Reviewed September 7, 2011

This home is better known as the Clark Chateau Mansion. It was built by Charles Clark, the son of William Clark, one of the Montana Copper Kings. It is open for tours, but call in advance because the hours are quirky. The home was designed to resemble a French chateau. Unfortunately, none of the furnishings are original. The house is used as an art gallery and also for a variety of local functions. Although somewhat interesting, your time is better spent touring William Clark's house, the Copper King Mansion.

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