The Bozeman Trail Museum is located in Big Horn City's old blacksmith shop, located near the Big Horn Woman's Club. Perhaps the most historically important artifact at the museum is the Cloud Peak Boulder - a stone with names and dates carved by military scouts just two days before the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Other items of interest in the museum are dental tools, a pump organ, portions of the 1881 post office, artwork, blacksmith and farm implements, pioneer clothing, Indian artifacts, and other collectibles from local families.
FROM INTERSTATE 90 HEADING SOUTH: Take exit 25 (Coffeen Avenue); head west (towards town) on Brundage Lane to second traffic light; turn left (south) onto Coffeen Avenue/Highway 87; head south to junction with Highway 335; continue straight on Highway 335 (do not turn right or left at the junction) to Big Horn; turn left onto Johnson Street.
FROM INTERSTATE 90 HEADING NORTH: Take exit 33 (Meade Creek); head west on Highway 342; turn right (north) onto Highway 87; proceed to junction with Highway 335; turn left (south); continue on Highway 335 to Big Horn; turn left onto Johnson Street.
Museum is a small log cabin on the left at the end of the road. Parking is available in the adjacent Big Horn Women's Club parking lot.