There was a homestead behind the museum. The Tinsley house, below, dates back to the 1860's and is set up as it was when the Tinsley's were farming in this area a century and a half ago.
It is a working homestead with volunteers who work in the garden and orchard and cook in the kitchen just as Mrs. Tinsley would have. The back porch:
There was a beautiful garden. In late summer, they have a harvest festival. Delicious meals are prepared in the wood stove with all the vegetables from the garden, the eggs from the chicken house, and fruit from the orchard.
After visiting the homestead, we went in the museum. They have an extensive fossil gallery that included only fossils found in the state of Montana.