The Daly Mansion

Where History and Fun Collide

Come Celebrate Bitterroot History

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The Mansion

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If you are a fan of antiques, history, or the beauty of Montana, this is a must see attraction. The Executive Director, Darlene, is a fountain of knowledge and the whole area is one of the most stunning views.
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Admission Prices

  • $15 for Adults
  • $14 for Seniors (60+) or Military
  • $8 for Youth ages 6-17
  • Children 5 and Under Tour Free

Tour Times

We will be open on Tuesday June 18th for tours, starting on the hour from 10am – 3pm
Please call 406 363-6004.




The Mansion is a state-owned property managed by the Daly Mansion Preservation Trust in partnership with The University of Montana. The mansion is ADA-compliant. The DMPT is a 501C3 organization. 

We are funded in part by coal severance taxes paid based upon coal mined in Montana which is deposited in Montana’s cultural and aesthetic projects trust fund. 

If you shop on Amazon, you can help support the Mansion by first going to Shop Smile Amazon and then enter Daly Mansion in the search box and select Daly Mansion Preservation Trust.

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Support Daly Mansion: Restore History and Water Lines!

Discover the past while shaping the future at the Daly Mansion. Our century-old water line, crucial to the mansion’s operations, urgently needs replacing. We’ve secured a significant part of the funding through a $100,000 Montana Historical Preservation Grant, but your support is crucial.
Help us raise $20,000 to match this grant, ensuring not only a renewed water supply but also the continued restoration of the mansion’s historic third floor. Every contribution makes a difference. Donate today and become a part of this vital preservation effort.
Act today and be a cornerstone in conserving our heritage!

Temporary Closure

The Mansion and Grounds are closed to the public until mid June due to a private rental.

NOTE: The mansion will not be open for Father's Day tours this year.