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Founded as a railroad town in 1887, Glasgow is a city in and the county seat of Valley County in Montana, United States. It rose to prominence with the advent of Vietnam War and Cold War during 1960s as Glasgow Air Force Base that then commanded the dreadful B-52 bombers. Today this city of scenic rolling plains and open farmland offers a kaleidoscopic view of its intriguing histories revolving around Native American, 19th century railroads, early aviation and wildlife. Some notable attractions here include the Valley County Pioneer Museum and the adjacent Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge.
Valley County Pioneer Museum
Valley County Pioneer Museum showcases the regional history through America’s largest Assiniboine collection plus a stunning collection of old railroad and agriculture displays the creation of the Fort Peck Dam, Lewis and Clark Expedition and stories from the Titanic. Also of note here are genealogical archives and a library containing books about Montana, Valley County and works of some local authors.
The Children's Museum of Montana offers a stimulating environment stimulating exploration and creativity among children aged 0-8 years to empower them with knowledge through fun-based interactive sessions. This one-of-a-kind museum in the city consists of seven displays- the Main Street, the Great Outdoors, Waterworks, Science 101, Planes, Trains & Automobiles and Lights, Camera and Action.
Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge
Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge is the largest wildlife refuge in the state of Montana and second-largest national wildlife refuge in the lower 48 states of the United States. It is home to a large number of native and exotic flora and fauna species in addition to more than 235 bird species. It also has the largest population of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep outside the Rocky Mountains and the largest remaining prairie elk herd in the United States.