The Heritage Center, Boulder, MT

Building History: The Boulder Heritage Center was first known as the Boulder Bank Building built in 1888. The bank went broke in 1933 during the Great Depression. In 1943 Wade V. Lewis Sr., a mining engineer, established offices in this building for the Elkhorn Mining Company and the Free Enterprise Uranium Radon Health Mine. Lewis' discovery of uranium 2 miles west of Boulder occurred in 1949 and established the Free Enterprise Radon Uranium Health Mine. The Heritage Center is a non-profit organization preserving local and family history. Visiting the Heritage Center, one will learn of the history and opportunities in the area from three locals who are full of knowledge and excitement.

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Latitude: 46.237783 Longitude: -112.118687 Elevation: 4899 ft

Seasons Open

Year Round

Hours Open

10 am to 3 pm

Fees

Free

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