The Utica Museum is a collection of artifacts from the Homestead Era, such as dishes, clothes, furniture, tools, and leather goods. We have published two books on the history of Utica and the people who lived in the area. We have pictures of local homesteaders and articles about them in our collections. The Utica area is home to the Yogo Sapphire Mine. Charles Russell also lived with Jake Hoover in a cabin in the Little Belt Mountains above Utica when he first came to this area as a younger cowboy in the making.
Services And Amenities
- Gift Shop
- Handicapped Accessible
- Public Restroom
From Hobson take Montana Highway 239 southwest to Utica. The museum is on the left at the end of Main Street.
From Windham take 541.
Season / Hours Of Operation
- Memorial Day - Labor Day
- Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Appointments are accepted during the off-season.