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Conrad Mansion Museum

330 Woodland Avenue

The Conrad Mansion in Kalispell, Montana sits proudly today on the edge of the original townsite, atop a bluff overlooking the valley and the Swan mountain range. When Charles E. Conrad, a founder of Kalispell, arrived in the Flathead Valley in 1891, this lovely town with its tree-lined streets was still but a dream. But Conrad had vision, and he felt that not only had he found a good investment opportunity, but also a permanent home for his descendants. Along with establishing the Kalispell Townsite Company and eventually the Conrad National Bank, he had this gracious Victorian home built for his beloved family in 1895 in what was then a wilderness.


Casey Young

Sunday, June 10, 2018
This is a really great tour! The 1895 home is beautifully restored and contains a lot of innovative features for that time period. House tours are generally not my favorite type of tour, but the guide tells a compelling story while showing the features of this grand home.

Glen Barcus

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
A wonderful place for a family afternoon activity. The place looks just as it did when I first toured 15 years ago. Definitely worth admission price.

Ingrid Roeder

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
It was so much fun! The architecture and attention to detail was overwhelming. Beautiful!

Judene Ness

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Visited on the 4th of July. Wonderful community event. Music, icecream and self guided tour of the beautiful home. I loved learning about Mr. Conrad and his family. If you come to Kalispell it is a must see.

Brian Friess

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
The Conrad mansion and its Museum are a historic site in the Kalispell area that should be visited if you're from out of the area and certainly can be enjoyed by locals to the host several events throughout the year especially around Christmas and holidays it's fun to see an older part of the town that once housed one of the wealthier founders of the city it has a nice garden and flower area outside where couples sometimes like to take photos and has a nice gazebo and seating area as well

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