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Tobacco Valley Historical Village | Eureka, Montana

Historic or Prehistoric Place, Historic Site

Pioneer buildings were moved to save them from drowning when Libby Dam created Lake Koocanusa in the 1970s. Browse Fewkes General Store for historical artifacts. And if you buy a locally made quilt you’ll be helping provide funds for village upkeep.

View the history of the Tobacco Valley and stroll through late 1890s and early 1900s buildings. The Historical Village is a collection of buildings from around the Tobacco Valley, in NW Montana.

Historical Fewkes Store and Historical Museum – courtesy Tobacco Valley Board of History

Driving Directions from Nearest Town or Landmark

Located in downtown Eureka, on the south end of Dewey Ave. (Main Street)

Visit the Fewkes General Store Museum, the Iowa Flats One Room School, the old Eureka Library. You can also view the first cabin built in Eureka (1893 ), the Baney House built in 1898 at a ranch just North of Eureka, the Rexford Catholic Church built in 1920's. See a 100-foot-tall fire lookout, walk through an old Great Northern caboose, and check out the Logging Museum in the Old Rexford Depot. Have a picnic on one of the many picnic tables in the beautiful park adjacent to the Historical Village.

Historical Time Period for Site

Early 1900's

Hours

Village Buildings 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Museum 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm Daily

Open Months

Memorial Day-Labor Day