Howdy, Folks! Welcome to the Range Riders Museum in Miles City, Montana!
Please enjoy our website, and come to see us "in person" whenever you can.
We have a large Museum just jam-packed with exhibits ranging from the age of the dinosaurs to the 21st century! Exhibits include many from the Native peoples of the area, from the pioneers of the range country of the Great Plains, and from soldiers including General Custer, for whom the county is named, as well as from General Miles, for whom the town is named.
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Range Riders on the Prairie
The windmill in the front of the Museum, along Business I-94
The Museum grounds have a well-maintained park-like appearance.
Large buildings, built over 70+ years, hold a huge wealth of exhibits, enough to keep generations of visitors ecstatic.
The Main Street of the Range Riders Museum in Miles City, Montana
The size of the trees reminds you that the Museum has been here for 70+ years.