Museum of the Rockies: Exhibits, Fossils and Planetarium
Recognized as one of the world's finest history and research museums, Montana State University's Museum of the Rockies is a place of wonder and amazement. Stand in awe of the towering fossils within the Siebel Dinosaur Complex. Go back in time and explore a living history farm. Venture through space at the Taylor Planetarium, which features one of the world's most progressive digital projection systems. With an incredible collection of permanent and traveling exhibits, the Museum of the Rockies offers endless discovery and family entertainment. Stay just minutes away at Yellowstone Valley Lodge.
Adults $14.50, Kids (5-17) $9.50
Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily
Wine & Culinary Classic
Night at the Museum
What are some of the museum's permanent exhibits?
In addition to a stellar schedule of traveling exhibits, the Museum of the Rockies offers a number of popular permanent features. Thrill the kids with hand-son activities at the Martin Children’s Discovery Center. Shutter beneath the imposing remnants of ancient reptiles at the Siebel Dinosaur Complex. With regionally-focused collections, a living history farm and artifacts from the lost city of Pompeii, MOR offers a diversity of compelling attractions.
What are some of the shows at the Taylor Planetarium?
With advanced, Digistar 5 projection technologies, the Taylor Planetarium at Museum of the Rockies is one of the country's premier learning and entertainment facilities. Enjoy immersive presentations, such as "To Space and Back," along with entertaining family shows like "The Little Star That Could." With a varying schedule of awe-inspiring presentations, the Taylor Planetarium offers breathtaking insight into the cosmos.