At Crazy Mountain Museum we are continuously working to preserve our county's history. We specialize in the history of Sweet Grass County and hope to engage and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds about our history from geological finds, archeology and our local genealogy. We have a wide range of exhibits to pique your interest.
The Crazy Mountain Museum Society was founded in 1984. It wasn't until 6 years later that the Society's goal of erecting a museum was finally accomplished. The museum as it is today was constructed in 1992.
At Crazy Mountain Museum we have a replica Norwegian stabbur, a tipi, our one room Sourdough schoolhouse and a Fjare homestead cabin. Visitors can enjoy our picnic-worthy grounds with our acclaimed Lewis and Clark gardens. Our garden contains plants that Clark named in his journals as he passed through this area in 1806. The garden was planted in 2006 as part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Commemorative Celebration and is now one of two left in Montana.
Other museum features are free WiFi, free admission, a gift shop filled with books, rocks, souvenirs, locally made items and more! Our parking lot is large enough to accommodate large travel trailers as well!