Step into history with a one hour guided tour of the Moss Mansion Historic House Museum.

Step into history with a one hour guided tour of the Moss Mansion Historic House Museum.

Moss Family

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.

Moss Mansion Circa 1903

Announcements

This month daily tours are cancelled for the afternoon of February 27th for a private event and on February 28th for the Wedding Preview Day. Learn more about booking the Moss Mansion for your private event

To apply for a booth at the SpringFest juried art festival, click SpringFest Application 2016 to download a copy to mail in with additional application materials required for consideration. (Application Deadline March 25, 2016)

Join us for the 28th annual SpringFest, sponsored by Rocky Mountain Bank, on June 4, 2016 at the Moss Mansion. This juried art festival features regional artists and their original handiwork for sale, antique booths, musical entertainment and a wide variety of refreshments for every taste. The day begins with a pancake breakfast and as the sun powers up so does the fun! Shop and mingle among the booths and the gardens in the shade of the trees on the lovely grounds of the Moss Mansion.

In addition to hands-on activities for kids, there are also artist demonstrations and lively musical acts to enjoy throughout the day. The mansion is also open all day at regular tour prices. Click here to see our event calendar for more information.

 

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!

Each year, after the intensity of Halloween and Christmas schedules, we must give the house a well-deserved rest. Last year we estimate over 17,000 guests came to visit. Like any good host, she needs to run a hot bath and rejuvenate some tired muscles. She’ll reflect on wonderful memories and start planning the next party!

We realize this closure may cause some inconvenience for travelers stopping by to see our beautiful museum. We apologize for that, and hope you understand that this is the best time of year to do the deep cleaning and messy maintenance.

This year we will be celebrating 30 years of Moss Mansion Museum. Please come as often as you can to this like-new 113 year old home to see special exhibits and follow our internet presence for interviews and fresh insights into the family, the home, and the collection of items that tell us such interesting things about lifestyles, business, architecture, technology, and the art of preservation.

We are pleased to announce the winner of the Classic Corvette Raffle, John Blades of Billings! His name was drawn from thousands of tickets during the Merriment @ the Moss Christmas event on December 3, 2015. The board of directors, staff, and friends of the Moss Mansion wish to thank everyone who bought tickets to support operations at the museum during this extra-fun fundraiser. Congratulations John!

We are also very happy to announce that Bernie Hagen Steffan won the Original Santa artwork displayed at this year’s Holiday Party – Merriment @ the Moss. Bernie has been buying tickets for years to win and this is her year! CONGRATULATIONS to our winners!

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.

Click Here for details…about special Trunks & Treasures tours!

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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Tour Admission

$10.00Adults
18 & over

$7.00Seniors &
Military

$6.00Ages
6 to 17

FREEAges
5 & under