|Category :||Landmark, Museums, Non-Profit|
|Publish date :||January 6, 2016|
|Address||36094 Memory Ln, Polson, MT 59860, USA|
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|Contact Name||Gil & Joanne Mangels|
|Time||8 AM to 5 PM Mon – Sat|
|Tag:||Family Fun, Museum, Polson, Things to see|
The Miracle of America Museum in Polson is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of one of the largest collections of American history. Gil & Joanne Mangels founded the Miracle of America Museum in 1981.
You will find cars from a 1910 original Maytag auto, through a myriad of others vehicles to the mint ’69 Caddy convertible, captures the hearts of many transportation buffs. Two dozen motorcycles from a restored 1912 Harley to a 1965 “Trike” and three large showcases of cycle memorabilia.
There are fire trucks, dump trucks, pickups, buggies, wagons, race cars, helicopters, an 1880’s vintage hearse, and an amusement park train. See a full size steam RR switching engine and an A7D Corsair jet attack bomber.
Our priceless collection contains thousands of artifacts scattered throughout dozens of buildings and is open year round.
Summer hours (Jun-Aug):
8 AM to 8 PM daily
Regular Hours (Sep-May):
8 AM to 5 PM Monday – Saturday
1:30 PM to 5 PM Sunday
During your trip to Glacier National Park, make time to visit the Miracle Of America Museum.