Livingston Depot Center Museum is the "crown jewel" of Livingston's historic district -- a 100-year-old depot built by the Northern Pacific Railway to greet the thousands of visitors who once came this way to visit Yellowstone National Park. The museum is open during the summer months and is “free” with very interesting Northern Pacific (NP) Railway history in Montana – “Lots of exhibits and very Educational”. There is a very interesting “detailed” model train display in the basement next to the Depot building. Grab a bit to eat and/or a cup of coffee across the street at Gil’s Goods (good food and wine), the atmosphere is “similar to a European style cafe, with the heart of Montana”. The service is casual, friendly, and detailed. Then check-out the nearby historic Murray Hotel & bar.
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