Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture

The Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture tells the unique story of the Huntley Irrigation Project. With 10.4 acres, 18 homestead buildings, hundreds of farm implements, and thousands of other artifacts on display, the Museum interprets, preserves, restores, and portrays life on the Project from the early 1900s to the late 20th century. The display at Osborn Park has one of the largest collections of horse drawn machinery, early sugar beet equipment, corn, grain and hay mowers. Other displays include a tar paper shack, 2 school houses, an early day doctor's office, bank, and a horse barn made from sawed cottonwood. The Huntley Irrigation Project was the fifth U.S. Bureau of Reclamation project in the United States and opened June 26th 1907.

Directions

The Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture is located approximately 18 miles northeast of Billings, MT, between Huntley, MT and Pompeys Pillar, off Highway 312. Driving east on I-94, take Exit 6, through Huntley, MT for 3 more miles on Highway 312. Driving west on I-94, take Exit 23 to the Pompeys Pillar landmark. Then drive west 12 miles on Highway 312.The Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture is located approximately 18 miles northeast of Billings, MT, between Huntley, MT and Pompeys Pillar, off Highway 312. Driving east on I-94, take Exit 6, through Huntley, MT for 3 more miles on Highway 312. Driving west on I-94, take Exit 23 to the Pompeys Pillar landmark. Then drive west 12 miles on Highway 312.

770 Railroad Highway
Huntley
59037

1.800.346.1876