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Moss Mansion [MT]

The Moss Mansion was built at the turn of the century in Billings, Montana, and today serves as a historic house museum. The Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was designed by noted New York architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. Visitors to the museum can admire the architecture, red sandstone construction, and antique furnishings of the carefully restored home.

The Mansion offers one-hour guided tours and occasional special events. The website offers a history of the mansion, a small photo gallery, visitor information, and an events calendar.