4 generations in one family came all the way from Texas & Utah to enjoy free, out-door, family-oriented fun. The Huntley Project Museum and Historic Town Site has something special for everyone, ages 10 months to 80+ years.

4 generations in one family came all the way from Texas & Utah to enjoy free, out-door, family-oriented fun. The Huntley Project Museum and Historic Town Site has something special for everyone, ages 10 months to 80+ years.

Tourists place pins on our Museum map showing where they're visiting from. Most of our visitors come from within the contiguous United States. We also have visitors from Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Europe and Australia.

Tourists place pins on our Museum map showing where they're visiting from. Most of our visitors come from within the contiguous United States. We also have visitors from Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Europe and Australia.

We give custom guided tours year-round! From Labor Day until Memorial Day we are open from Tuesday thru Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. We expand our hours after Memorial Day for the summer. Our summer hours are 9 am to 5 pm, 7 days a week.

Universal Accessibility

It is our goal to make the museum accessible to everyone. Our public restrooms, located in the main building, are fully accessible. Our pioneer boardwalk town and main building are fully accessible. Our ten acre campus is on flat ground with boardwalks and grass paths. Please call us with any special arrangement requests.

Tours

Our daily tours generally last 1 hr to 1.5 hrs.  We can do an abbreviated tour for inclement weather or time constraints.  Several times a year we do special tours. In October we have a haunted tour and in December we have a candle light tour.  We also do group tours and school tours. Please call us to schedule your tour today!

Events

Check out our event calendar to see what events or any special collection we are highlighting.

Directions to Huntley Project Museum

  • From Billings take I-90 to Exit 6 at Huntley, take Northern Ave through Huntley to 312 go past mile marker twelve turn right towards the MSU Southern Experiment Station go over the railroad tracks then turn left.  The museum sign is on the left and our parking lot is on the right.  Look for a brown barn like building.  From Billings Heights take Hwy 312 past Huntley past mile marker 12 and follow the instructions above.
  • From the Northeast on I-94 take Exit 6 into Huntley follow Northern Ave through Huntley to 312.  Go past mile marker 12 and turn right towards the MSU Southern Experiment Station go over the railroad tracks then turn left.  The museum sign is on the left and our parking lot is on the right.  Look for a brown barn like building.  
  • From Pompeys Pillar take Hwy 312 past Worden at road 8 turn left, cross the railroad tracks and turn right.  Continue to the museum sign and the parking lot is on the left.