Wolf Point Area Museum

The Wolf Point Area Museum first opened its doors in June of 1972. Displays revolve around the artefact's and belongings of the first settlers and homesteaders who arrived here in the late 1800's, and largely during homesteading around 1914 and 1915. Located on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, and in the bend of the 'Muddy Missouri River,' Indian artefact's are featured, with their culture preserved, along with the dates and sites of their colorful Pow Wows in June and July. Pancake breakfast at Museum fundraiser is the 2nd Saturday morning of July, from 7:00am - 11:00am. The wine tasting, art auctions and dinner is the 2nd Friday of November. Fund raiser begins at 6:00[, at The Elks Club.

Directions

The museum is located on Highway 2 in Wolf Point. Watch for signs and U.S. flags.The museum is located on Highway 2 in Wolf Point. Watch for signs and U.S. flags.

203 US Highway 2
Wolf Point
59201