Wibaux Museum

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Facility:Wibaux Museum
Description:The town and county of Wibaux are both named for Pierre Wibaux, who as a young man of 25 gave up opportunities in his family's textile business in France to seek his fortune in the American northwest. The Pierre Wibaux Museum is housed in Pierre's office building which he and Henry Boice built in 1892. Several antiques which belonged to Pierre and his wife Mary Ellen (Cooper) Wibaux are housed in the museum along with items from early day settlers in this area. Pierre was the world's largest cattle rancher in the late 1800's. A story of Pierre and his life is available and told during the tour of the Museum Complex.

Step into the Wibaux Park surrounding the complex and discover a carefully crafted oasis. Pierre brought his French gardener with him to tend to his gardens of Cottonwoods and many flowers. You are invited to listen to the trickling fountain, walk along the banks of the Beaver Creek, or enjoy a picnic lunch on our grounds.
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Address 1:112 East Orgain Avenue
Address 2:
City:Wibaux
State/Province:MT
Zip Code:59353
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:May 1 - September 30
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Admission:
Telephone:(406) 796-9969
Website:Visit Website
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