Support for the C.M. Russell Museum may come through many ways and means. The most important thing is for you to get involved!
Your participation as a museum member, donor, or volunteer is vital to our mission. You may also consider renting the museum facilities for your next private party or special event.
The opportunities abound!
With an active schedule of workshops, classes, children's activities, and tours, the C.M. Russell Museum is a hub of scholarly activity in the community of Great Falls. Various educational opportunities for both young and old are offered year round.Classes and Programs
With a variety of high-quality gifts, jewelry, home decor, apparel, and more, the C.M. Russell Museum Store has something for everyone on your list. Items include handcrafted Native American and Montana artist gifts, Charles M. Russell prints, and more!Shop online
Membership is a great way to support the museum and get even more out of your experience. As an insider, you will enjoy exhibition previews, member-only adventures, discounts and more; while supporting our collection, education programs, and community.JOIN NOW
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIR The Bison: American Icon, Heart of Plains Indian Culture features more than 1,000 Northern Plains Indian artifacts such…
John Moses Browning was one of the world’s most important and innovative gun makers. The outstanding Browning Firearms Collection includes rifles, shotguns, and handguns that…
The C.M. Russell Museum holds hundreds of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and illustrations that Charlie Russell created from childhood to the end of his life. Displayed…
What our visitors are saying about their experience
I was in awe!! The fella who watches over the house was AWESOME! I was the first visitor to the house in May 2015!! Wonderful museum!!Leslie Becker
I remember the CMR museum when it was only the studio plus the added room on the west side. I lived around the block from it in the early 70s and, thankfully, a crew of volunteers kept it open in the evenings, even through the winter! I spent many happy hours exploring Charlie’s paintings, sculptures, letters and artifacts. Being also a painter, I treasure having had that opportunity before the collection was reduced and viewable only from across the room behind a thick plastic barrier…
I was born in Great Falls, but haven’t been back since elementary school. To this day one of my best memories is attending The C.M. Russell Museum! My wife and I are planning a vacation to come back to Great Falls in the near future, and the first thing on my list is to show her this amazing museum and what it offers!Stanley Brown Jr