The Conrad Mansion is one of the most outstanding examples of luxurious pioneer living and period architecture in the Pacific Northwest. The building itself remains unchanged since Spokane, WA architect Kirtland Cutter designed and built the home in 1895 for Charles E. and Alicia Conrad. Visiting the Conrad Mansion today provides an extraordinary glimpse into the life of this wealthy pioneer family. All three floors of the home have been completely restored to their original beauty. Fully furnished, over 90% of the furniture, clothing, china, toys, books and documents are original to the house, offering the most complete example of privileged life in turn-of-the-century Montana.
Conrad Mansion Museum
Arts & Culture
Places to Go
Tours & Sightseeing
The Market Beautiful
The Market Beautiful show is a collection of vintage and handmade shopping, live music, food and family fun.
Glacier Symphony Holiday Pops
Each year Glacier Symphony puts on a world class Christmas series fun for the whole family. In the past concerts include music from the Nutcracker and Frozen.
Kalispell Farmers Market
May through October
The Kalispell Farmers Market offers the freshest produce grown in the Flathead Valley and an array of locally-made goods. Every Saturday during the summer and fall from 9 am to 12:30 pm, find local farmers selling everything from meat and eggs, fruits and vegetables to baked goods to native plants and trees. Shop for handmade jewelry, pottery, soaps, paintings, and many more creations by the region’s talented artisans.
Glacier Symphony and Chorale Spring Festival
The Glacier Symphony and Maestro John Zoltek return to the stage for the Spring Festival in May.
Hockaday Museum of Art Rotating Exhibits
Hockaday Museum of Art, originally a Carnegie Library, this turn-of-the-century building is home to permanent collections from Montana artists and rotating exhibits of nationally renowned and emerging artists.
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