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.
So many things to do at the Moss this summer! Starting June 15 we’ll have local food trucks in the driveway off Clark and Division – what a lovely lunch walk from downtown on a summer’s day. In July and August we are all into girl power with American Girl Doll Camp presented by Madison Duneman in the Billings Senior High Platinum Program – Moss family history, math, science, art and more will fill a week’s worth of learning and adventure at the mansion. On August 13th (new date) the music of Y Pan Blanco – John Roberts will dance across the lawn around brunch al fresco – bring friends and spend a lazy summer Sunday at the Moss!
Come to the Moss Mansion this summer and enjoy our new self-guided tour offering. Tour at your own pace from 10am to 4pm Tuesday – Saturday, or from 1pm to 4pm on Sundays. You can still enjoy a one-hour guided tour by a trained volunteer docent at 10am and 3pm Tuesday – Saturday. Reservations are recommended but not required, admission for guided tours is $15 per person (kids 5 and under are free). Don’t forget about our special Trunks & Treasures tour on the second Saturday of each month – find out more about all our tours HERE.
Take a guided tour of the Moss Mansion and view the fantastic quilts on display throughout the museum. From 1800’s vintage quilts to modern and contemporary and everything in between, the artistry and craftsmanship are stunning and definitely worth the time to see!
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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