The Conrad Mansion Museum is one of the most outstanding examples of luxurious living and period architecture in the Pacific Northwest. Built for Charles and Alicia Conrad, one of the founding families of Kalispell, the building itself remains unchanged since Spokane architect Kirtland Cutter designed and finished the home in 1895.
Fully furnished with Conrad Family items, this experience is a journey into the past. Tours of this beautiful Victorian-style Mansion tell the story of the Conrad Family and give interpretation to a by-gone era. Guests experience the elegance of Montana’s history and explore the home of an extraordinary pioneer.
The museum gift shop has a unique collection of jewelry, hand made hats, antiques, crafts, history books, toys, and kaleidoscopes to speak to a wide range of interests.
Guided Tours on the hour starting at 10 am and last tour leaving at 4 pm. $8 adults, $7 seniors, $3 children - no reservation required - www.conradmansion.com
The Gardens at the Conrad Mansion are an enjoyable escape in the summer months. Long maintained by Sam Bibler who was known for his beautiful gardens at his home, today, the gardens continue to flourish. A gazebo in the expansive lawn area makes for a beautiful place to hold a reception.
During October, the Mansion holds its annual Christmas Bizarre where all the rooms in the house become small, intimate galleries offering timeless handcrafted works of art. The opening night party is a wonderful event and sells out early. Held each third weekend in October. Call the Mansion for more information.
May 15th through October 15
10 am to 4 pm or by special appointment
Located off the historical downtown Kalispell district, turn east off Main Street on 4th street east and drive 7 blocks to Woodland Ave.