Late 1800s History is Alive in Livingston Montana

Travel back in time when you walk through the colonnade to see the track side vista at the Livingston Depot Museum built in 1902 bringing thousands of travelers on their way to see Yellowstone National Park.  Imagine how these early travelers felt as they walked through the door.  You'll get a taste of their experience as you view the train displays from way back when it all started.  Then find your way over the tracks to the Yellowstone Gateway Museum.  As you walk up the steps of this beautiful gray stone school building from 1904, be ready to experience Livingston and Park County's pioneer history with three floors of incredible displays. Before your day is through, be sure to visit Livingston's third museum which is the home of the International Federation of Fly Fishers. Livingston and Park County is world renowned for its legendary fly fishing streams and was the production set for many scenes from the movie "A River Runs Through It".  For some special, stop in Sax & Fryer, Livingston's oldest continuous business since 1883.  As Montana's oldest stationary shop, you'll walk across the vintage floors to find gifts, news, art supplies, and books... and most likely a great story from one of the staff.


Latitude: 45.633915 Longitude: -110.576535 Elevation: 4528 ft
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Leslie Feigel

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