Cheyenne Indian Museum at Historic St. Labre Indian Mission
The Cheyenne Indian Museum is located at historic St. Labre Indian Mission. The Museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts and collectibles from the Plains Tribes, such as the Cheyenne, Crow and Sioux, as well as Tribes of the Southwest, Northwest and Northeast.
You will see numerous examples of the intricate and rare art of beading and quill work in the forms of moccasins, leggings, buckskin dresses and pipe bags.
Step back in time as you walk past the stone tools, arrowheads, cradleboards, ceremonial headdresses, gourd rattles and warshirts.
The Museum Gift Shop offers authentic and unique merchandise handcrafted by local Native American artists, including beaded and porcupine quill jewelry, Christmas ornaments, moccasins, dreamcatchers and original art.
Admission is FREE
Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Call for extended Summer hours
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Closed most holidays
Located at St. Labre Indian School on MT Hwy 447
1/4 mile north of US Highway 212, Ashland, Montana
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