Welcome to the Mineral County Historical Society. Just blocks away from the Mineral County courthouse in scenic Superior, the Mineral County Museum welcomes visitors to explore its engaging exhibits, rich collection of artifacts, and bounty of research materials. The Museum has exhibits on the Mullan Road, mining, logging, and the social history of Mineral County.
Opened in 1976 to celebrate the national bicentennial, the Museum welcomes all visitors and charges no admittance fee.
2:00 – 5:00 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Visits may be arranged on appointment. Contact: Kay Strombo firstname.lastname@example.org at (406) 822-4626 or Sue McLees email@example.com at (406) 360-3655.
To collect, protect and preserve materials, archives and artifacts from our historical, geologic and geographic area.
Goals and Objectives
To maintain collections for the benefit of the public; to promote multi-generational education use, and enjoyment of all of our collections. These collections to include archives, artifacts, photographs and family history. To help promote tourism; help to educate the young in appreciation of local history; be a resource for research in our county and surrounding areas; to obtain and share information in all formats.
Become a Member
Won’t you join and support the effort to record, maintain, and enhance the history of our county? Each month you receive a copy of the monthly minutes and a bit of county history. During the summer we also have field trips.
Annual cost: $5.00 per person or $10.00 per family
For more information, contact us.
Mineral County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donations can be sent to the following address:
P.O. Box 533,
Superior, MT 59872-0533
Calendar of Events
No events scheduled at this time.
New: Updated and expanded 2016 Fourth Edition now available
$20 dollars ($5 dollars shipping and handling)
To purchase please send a check made out to “Mineral County Historical Society” with your name and mailing address to:
Mineral County Museum
P.O. Box 533
Superior MT 59872-0533
Or stop by during Mineral County Historical Museum hours.