Conrad Mansion Museum | Kalispell, Montana
The Conrad Mansion is one of the most outstanding examples of luxurious living and period architecture in the Pacific Northwest. The home was built for Charles E. Conrad, a founding father of Kalispell. The building itself remains unchanged since Spokane architect Kirtland Cutter designed and finished the home in 1895.
Tours of the Mansion include a history of Charles E. Conrad and how he made his fortune from humble beginnings, his impact on the local economy, and his efforts to save the buffalo from extinction.
The beautiful 26-room Victorian home is located in the East Side Historic District.
Driving Directions from Nearest Town or Landmark
Located off the historical downtown Kalispell district, turn east off Main Street on 4th street east and drive 7 blocks to Woodland Ave.
Visiting the Conrad Museum today provides an extraordinary glimpse into the life of this wealthy pioneer family. All three floors of the home have been completely restored to their original beauty. Fully furnished, over 90% of the furniture, clothing, china, toys, books and documents are original to the house, offering the most complete example of privileged life in turn-of-the-century Montana.
The museum gift shop has a unique collection of jewelry, antiques, handmade items, history books, and toys.
Guided Tours on the hour starting at 10 am and last tour leaving at 4 pm. $12 for adults, $11 for seniors, $8 for students (12-17), and $6 for children (11 and under) - no reservation required - www.conradmansion.com
Historical Time Period for Site
1891 - Kalispell is founded; 1895 - Conrad Mansion completed
10 am to 4 pm or by special appointment
OPEN SEASON: May 15, 2018-October 15, 2018 & OFF SEASON: Tours & All Christmas Events October 17, 2017- May 13, 2018 *By Reservation