Historic Preservation Board Offers Gallatin Gateway, Montana Tour

Thursday Aug. 1st, 2013

Take an August tour of the historic sites in Gallatin Gateway, Montana. The Historic preservation Board of Gallatin County will be offering its second Historic Tour and this year’s focus is on the Gateway Area south of Bozeman on Saturday, August 24, 2013 from 12 — 4pm.

The docent led tours of the sites are $10.00 each. (Under 12, free). Tickets will be available for purchase in August at the Pioneer Museum in Bozeman and at the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce and the Gallatin County Courthouse, Commissioner’s Office during operating hours. Tickets can be purchased at each site the day of the tour.

The sites for the tour include: The Gallatin Gateway Inn (outside displays), The Gallatin Gateway School, The Little Bear School House Museum, The Salesville Cemetery, Stacy’s Bar (which was once a bank), The Damian Gabriel Homestead in Gallatin Gateway, A log trapper cabin and the Pine Butte Schoolhouse on Norris Road.
The HPBGC is the principal resource to the Gallatin County Commission and its citizens for stewardship of historic places in Gallatin County. Its mission is to help preserve the heritage by recognizing, promotion and publicizing historic districts, sites and structures. They are to ensure the public awareness toward and preservation of the county’s historic heritage.

For more information, please contact the Historic Preservation Board of Gallatin County at   406-388-2395.

Renee Koenig is Secretary of the Historic Preservation Board of Gallatin County.