The tour captures turn-of-the-century life as the prominent Moss Family lived it. Guests will see original draperies, furniture, fixtures, Persian carpets and artifacts displayed in the 1903 red sandstone structure designed by New York architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh.
The Moss Mansion (under the operation of Billings Preservation Society, Inc.) is now registered as an official recipient of donations via AmazonSmile! Your eligible Amazon purchases can be made at the following link and will benefit operations when you choose Moss Mansion Museum as your preferred charity. Thank You!
The Billings Preservation Society turns 30!
For 30 years, the Billings Preservation Society has worked to restore and preserve the 113-year-old Moss Mansion, celebrating the historic and cultural significance of this Billings landmark. Through the determined efforts of its small staff and generous contributions from committed directors and volunteers, the society has inspired the community to support preservation maintenance and major improvements at the mansion.
Visit us this year and learn more than ever about the Moss family and the history of Billings!
Peek into closets, drawers and hidden places where regular tours never go…with special access to the 3rd floor and other nooks as a knowledgeable guide takes you to places and shares information about things that are not on exhibit. Spend an enchanting hour to take a deeper look into the lifestyle and history of one of Billings’ earliest entrepreneurs.
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Looking for a unique place to have a graduation party? What about fabulous prom pictures? That special anniversary party? Or maybe a fun Murder Mystery theme party for the family reunion or that office Christmas party? Visit with Moss Mansion Event Coordinator Marlene McCave and plan your memorable event! Invite your guests to our beautiful grounds or host your party in one of the luxurious rooms available on the first floor of our Historic House Museum. Visit our Facebook pages (Moss Mansion Museum or Moss Mansion Weddings) for images and information, or call 256-5100 to make an appointment with Marlene for your free private consultation.
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