The Gardiner Historic Walking Tour is offered twice weekly through September by Yellowstone Gateway Museum volunteers, beginning June 20. The tour is held on Tuesday & Thursday at 5:00pm, in Gardiner, Montana. Historic research is augmented by stories and historic photographs from the museum’s collections. Tickets are $15/person. Purchase online tickets at www.eventbrite.com or pay cash at meeting place prior to departure.
The tour begins in the small park opposite the Roosevelt Arch in Gardiner . Participants will learn about Gardiner’s prehistory and history, anchored by historic buildings and structures. Hear stories about miners, merchants, hotel and tavern owners, the roles of the Northern Pacific Railroad, the Yellowstone Trail, and the challenges faced by residents living on the edge of Yellowstone National Park.
These Guided Tours are approximately 1.5 hours with multiple stops along the way. Please arrive 10 minutes early. Sturdy shoes, water, sunscreen, and a light jacket are recommended. TOURS HAPPEN RAIN OR SHINE!