Stumbled upon this wonderful facility as we used Great Falls as our start and end point to our national parks vacation. Costs only $8 to enter, but able to use our interagency annual pass to gain admittance. Spent two hours there. Watched both introductory films in the impressive and comfortable theater. Displays were really first class and designed to engage both adults and children. As good or better than anything the NPS has presented, but I believe this is owned and operated by the US Forestry Service. Fascinating history. So much detail and texture in the exhibits. Staff was very polite and professional. Surprising and delightful, even to my wife, who is not so much the history buff that I am.
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