Historical treasures at the Valley County Pioneer Museum include an ornate Buffalo Bill Cody and a buffalo mount that was butchered
for a celebration honoring President Roosevelt’s visit in 1934. The museum also contains an impressive collection of Native American artifacts.

The Children’s Museum of Northeast Montana has seven permanent exhibits:
Main Street, The Great Outdoors, Waterworks, Science 101, Planes, Trains & Automobiles and Lights, Camera & Action. It also has a unique wildlife exhibit by Skip Erickson with 20 different venues with more than 100 species of animals that help portray the different habitats and regions where the animals came from.

Fork Peck:
The Fork Peck Dam is a massive earth-fill dam. It is the largest in the United States and is one of the largest dams in the world.

The Fort Peck Theatre was built in 1934 serving as a 24-hour movie house during the dam’s completion. The historic landmark, is now owned by the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council who restored, and refocused it to its use of operating as a live performing playhouse since 1970.

At the Fort Peck Interpretive Center, you are met with a life-sized, fleshed out model of a Tyrannosaurus, based on the “Peck’s Rex,” discovered only twenty miles away. It also features other prehistoric animals, along with an impressive collection of wildlife taxidermy, dam construction displays, and modern-day aquatic life.

Wolf Point:
The Wolf Point Museum features displays of antiques, and artifacts of the early-day settlers, along with exhibits on Native American culture. A life-size statue of cowboy artist Charlie Russell made by a Wolf Point High School art instructor, Archie Graber greets visitors.

The Wolf Point Bridge built in 1930 is a five-span Pennsylvania through truss made from 1,150 tons of steel and is 1,074 feet long with a 400- foot span (the longest through truss span in the state).

The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede will celebrate its 101st year July 11-13 in Wolf Point. The weekend festivities will start Wednesday evening July 10th with a pitchfork fondue at the Big Sky Corral and the Wild Horse Ranch Rodeo, followed by a dance with the music of Breaking Eight, located at the Marvin Brookman Stadium.

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