The Brinton Museum

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The Brinton Museum
Historic House
Historic Ranch
Working Ranch
Western Art
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Case Truck
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Museum Store

Located on the Historic Quarter Circle A Ranch along the banks of Little Goose Creek at the base of the Bighorn Mountains, The Brinton Museum is a preserved 1920s gentleman's working ranch. Once home of Bradford Brinton, the historic main house retains its period feel and is resplendent with original artwork by Frederic Remington, C.M. Russell, Bill Gollings, Audubon, and many others. A trip through the manicured gardens takes one to the original outbuildings featuring a bunk house, a milk house, barn, and a hunting lodge.

Looking up toward the mountains one will find the modern Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building. Designed to blend into the landscape, the FEM,JR building features the tallest rammed-earth wall in North America. Housed in this environmentally-sensitive masterpiece, is the Brinton and Gallatin Collections of Plains Indian Art and Artifacts, and galleries displaying American art and historic photographs. There are also historic letters written by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and William Penn, from Bradford Brinton's personal collection.

The Brinton Museum is open daily during the summer months and has limited hours during winter. There are rotating exhibits and events throughout the year.

Main House

Main House

FEMJR Building

FEMJR Building


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The Brinton Museum
239 Brinton Rd
Big Horn
United States


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