Rails & Trails Museum
The Rails & Trails Museum strives to preserve and display artifacts and exhibits which demonstrate the heritage of the Bear Lake Valley. Although part of the Trail Center, admission to the Rails & Trails Museum is free to the public.
The museum is comprised of three major collections:
Artifacts of early railroad in Montpelier. All railroad lovers will enjoy this exhibit.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Exhibit
The pioneers brought many items into the valley by wagon. Learn about the challenges faced by the pioneers in their historic travels.
Bear Lake County Historical Society
Includes other artifacts more recently donated reflecting the early history of Montpelier and the Bear Lake valley. The society has a wealth of historians that have documented local history and folk lore.
The Rails and Trails Museum is open free to the public from the Saturday prior to Memorial Day through Labor Day.
9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sunday thru Thursday
9:00 am - 7:00 pm, Friday thru Saturday
Visit the Rails & Trails Museum Website
The photos below highlight just a few of the interesting things you'll see at the museum