The original gateway to Yellowstone National Park, Livingston has a rich and complex history dating back over a century. The three museums in town offer travelers to the area a comprehensive look at local heritage, milestone events, and the legendary people who helped shape this special place.
The Livingston Depot, built in 1902 after two predecessors, is a restored rail station that today houses a railroad museum that’s open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. In the winter months, the Depot serves as a community cultural center, hosting such diverse events as concerts, banquets, holiday programs, and wedding receptions.
200 West Park
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum documents regional history, from one of the oldest North American archaeological sites to Wild West and Yellowstone history. Stop in and discover the history of Park County through a variety of exhibits on display in a three-story 1906 schoolhouse that is on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum showcases early peoples of the area, including native cultures, the railroad industry’s role in westward expansion, and Livingston as the original gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
118 West Chinook
The rich history of the International Federation of Fly Fishers is well documented in the collection of angling artifacts, literature, and art on display. The collection and library span over a century of artifacts and books that truly represent the culture and history of fly fishing.
5237 U.S. Highway 89 South, Suite 11