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 Billings Preservation Society enjoyed a marvelous evening of mixing, celebrating, and interesting dialogue at the Northern Hotel on February 17, 2015. Center stage was given to long lists of successes and accomplishments by board members, volunteers, staff and contractors during the annual event. All were grateful for attendees and organizers of the full slate of events in 2014 and for the hard work on preservation and operational projects throughout the year. More is on the way for 2015!
Special thanks to Mike Nelson of the Northern Hotel for hosting the gathering of colleagues and friends, and to Jim McDonald of A&E Architects for sharing his interesting insights about the restoration project at the Yellowstone Lake Hotel.
Please pardon the commotion! Do use caution on the grounds while crews are making repairs to our roof. It shouldn’t be too long before we are leak-free and back to normal – we appreciate your extra care as you enter and leave the Moss Mansion. We are still open for regular tours at 1, 2, and 3pm. Thank you!
Come and visit during these ‘cabin fever’ days of winter. We are warm and cozy, our Docents are friendly, and this house is amazing! No reservations needed – the tours start at 1, 2, and 3pm and the gift shop is open during tour hours. Park on Yellowstone or Clark Streets and linger in the sunshine if you can!
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