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.
Do you love the history behind the Moss Mansion? Would you love to know more about P.B. Moss’ early years in Billings?
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Artists and artisans interested in attending SpringFest as a vendor must complete and deliver this application to the Moss Mansion by March 24, 2018. This juried art show and sale, in it’s thirtieth year, features high quality and unique hand-crafted items from around the region. Commercially produced merchandise is NOT accepted for display in this juried show. All entrants must submit images on CD of the work that will be presented at the show.
Please see the application for notification dates, submission requirements, important dates and more information. CLICK HERE to download and print a copy of an application for submission.
You may contact Stacey Jacobs directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-855-3387.
The bustle and hustle of the holidays is subsiding, and the wintry weather makes travel less appealing for now. We will take advantage of these slower days to get our museum ready for some excitement in the coming year!
Our planning includes food! We are partnering with area interests to create a food theme for our main exhibit and some fun activities that promise to broaden your ideas and understanding about what we eat, how we get it, and traditions we build around the table.
We will continue with Phase Two of our new Self-Guided Tour offering. Last year’s introduction of the more open daily format gave us some great insight into what you find most wonderful about visiting the mansion, and we are excited to enhance your experience!
With these wonderful events, tours and exhibits come lots of preparation, research, and production – so we’ll continue looking for energetic and talented volunteers to add to our corps! If you would like to know more about what you can do to support the museum, plan a visit to speak with staff about all the interesting ways you can help or attend a tour or event and see what the Moss is all about.
You might like to find out more about Moss Mansion Memberships, too. We have a wide variety of membership levels to suit many tastes and lifestyles. Donations and sponsorships are very important to us as well – we are self-funded and rely on tours, events, fundraisers, and donations to provide the community open access to one of the area’s most unique treasures. Your financial support is vital, and with dedicated staff and volunteers we can make great things happen!
Closed Mondays year-round.
Closed November 1-November 14 (two weeks for cleaning and holiday set-up).
Closed November 23-24.
Closed December 24-25.
Closed December 30-January 1.
Closed January 8-January 29 (open 1pm Jan. 29).
Thank you for planning your visit to the Moss Mansion! Find out more HERE.
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