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Castle Museum & Carriage House, White Sulphur Springs, Montana


The Castle Museum and Carriage House in White Sulphur Springs, Montana houses the historical museum of Meagher County. 


The Castle is a Victorian mansion built by Byron Roger Sherman, a prominent businessman, in 1892. The imposing granite structure is a landmark on the hilltop overlooking the town of White Sulphur Springs. The museum is furnished with antiques and other memorabilia from the area ranging from household items to mining equipment as well as an impressive collection of buggies and wagons all donated by local residents.
The museum is owned and operated by the Meagher County Historical Association. It is open daily 10 am to 5 pm with the last tour at 4:30 pm from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day. .
Admission is Adults, $5; Children 12 to 5 and Seniors over 60, $3; Children 4 and under free. Prearranged tours of 10 or more, $3
To contact the Castle Museum, please see below.



Contact The Castle Museum & Carriage House

+1 406-547-2324
Castle Museum and Carriage House
310 2nd Ave NE, White Sulphur Springs, Montana 59645


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