The Depot Museum is open for the summer season

The Depot's 2023 special exhibit “Crossing Borders” chronicles Highway 89 from Canada to Mexico through drawings, photographs, and film. The artist, Caroline Lavoie, is a professor in Land, Architecture and Environmental Planning at Utah State University. “Crossing Borders: The Landscapes & Communities of Highway 89,” provides a contemporary context for the traveler’s experience as Highway 89 links seven national parks across the Mountain West, and is sometimes called the National Park Highway. 

To celebrate our community, and our section of the 1800-mile-long highway in Park County, the Depot will offer Roadside Bites: A culinary journey of the chefs and restaurants along Highway 89 from Wilsall to Gardiner during the artist reception on Friday, June 9th at 6 p.m.

Visitors are welcome Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The popular ongoing main exhibit “Rails Across the Rockies: A Century of People and Places” introduces visitors to the rich history of railroading in Montana. It gives special attention to the Northern Pacific and its central role in the opening of Yellowstone, America’s first national park, through Livingston beginning in the 1880s. 

In addition to its main and special exhibit, the museum also presents “Remarkable Migrations,” an adaptation of the groundbreaking exhibit by the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. The exhibit uses art, science, and multimedia to delve into the challenges and triumphs of herds as they cross geographic, cultural, ecological, and political boundaries. 

Operated by the Livingston Depot Foundation and located at 200 West Park, the Depot is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a nominal admission, and group visits are also welcome by special arrangements. Additional information can be obtained by visiting