The Chamber is truly the heart of Central Montana; it serves as the area's Visitor Information Center while providing a diverse array of services to the public. Many community events and activities are either hosted, organized, or coordinated by the Lewistown Chamber of Commerce. The famous Charlie Russell Chew Choo is operated by the Chamber and their office handles all inquiries, reservations, and ticketing for the popular dinner train. Executive Director Connie Fry and her assistant are available to answer your questions and provide information about places to see, things to do and when to do them. The Chamber's office is located in the southwest portion of the Central Montana Museum building and is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM to noon and 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Feel free to either stop by, call (406/535-5436), email email@example.com or login to www.lewistownchamber.com.
Lewistown Public Library
The Lewistown Public Library is Central Montana's media center providing public access to all types of paper and electronic media; genealogical records are also housed there. Located at 701 West Main Street, it is open to the public Tuesday - Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. You are encouraged to stop by or contact the library by calling 538-5212 or logging into their website at www.lewistownlibrary.org.
Montana Memory Project
The Montana Memory Project website located at http://www.mtmemory.org provides access to digital collections and items relating to Montana's cultural heritage and government. In part, these collections and items document the Montana experience. Many of these items are digitized copies of historic material, some items are comtemporary. All items serve as a resource for education, business, pleasure and lifelong learning.
Historical Homesteads Auto Tour
During 2013, the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM's) Lewistown Field Office created a self-guided auto tour brochure of homesteads and small communities in the Missouri Breaks of northeastern Fergus County. The brochure contains photos and brief histories about the 12 sites. The tour begins 59 miles northeast of Lewistown at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Sand Creek Station just off U.S. Highway 191 North. A vehicle with high clearance is recommended because the tour route weaves through 60 miles of the Breaks country. Since most of the route is on undeveloped (dirt), two-track roads that turn to gumbo when wet, plan to take the tour on a nice, dry day. Please do not attempt to drive the tour route if the ground surface is wet or if moisture is predicted durng the day. Copies of the brochure are available at the BLM Office in Lewistown. Although the brochure contains a small map of the area, a more detailed recreation map which is available at the BLM Office for a small fee, may be quite helpful in navigating the tour route.