Victor Heritage MuseumVictor, Montana
Established in 1989, The Victor Heritage Museum is housed in the old Victor Depot building in Victor, Montana, at the corner of Main and Blake. The museum was opened and is operated by volunteers.
125 Blake Street
At Victor, turn west off Highway 93 onto Main Street and go two blocks to Blake Street.
Hours of Operation:
Open from memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.
1:00 - 4:00 Tuesday through Saturday
There is no admission fee, but donations are always welcome.
January 12, 2017, is the Annual Meeting of the Membership of the Victor Heritage Museum. During the meeting we will elect Board Members and Officers for the coming year. You do not have to be a Member of the Museum to attend the meeting. Guests are always welcome.
The Victor Heritage Museum strives to preserve the proud and noble heritage of the community, which includes mining, railroads, schools, churches, businesses, agriculture, and natural resources. Native Americans, pioneer settlers, and those who followed are represented here.
Original Victor Depot
For more information about the history of the Bitterroot Valley, visit the Ravalli County Museum website at www.brvhsmuseum.org.