Only Castle in Montana
Built in 1892 by Byron Roger Sherman, The Castle of White Sulphur Springs is poised on the highest point in town, overlooking the Smith River Valley. Built using stones from the Castle Mountains themselves, this building is as sturdy as it is old. The house is adorned with the finest materials and artwork. In the Castle there are brilliant wood floors with exotic oriental rugs, and marble bathrooms. The entire Victorian style castle is made from solid granite rock hauled from the Castle Mountains by oxen. When you are on the upper level and look out any window, you can see a spectacular view. To the west and south lie the entire Smith River Valley and the Castle Mountains, to the north the entire Little Belt Mountains, and to the east the Crazy Mountains. The Castle was truly fit for a king, and has been very well preserved over the years by the Meagher County Historical Society, both interior and exterior.
You can visit this amazing piece of Montana history in the summer only. Please contact them to find more information.
Hours of Operation
The museum is open May 15 - September 15
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Last Tour Begins At 4:30 pm
|Address:||310 2nd Avenue Northeast
White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645
|Mailing Address:||1601 Highland Street
Helena MT, 59601
Other Attractions in the Area
- Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center 95 Miles North, Great Falls, MT
- The Bair Museum 34 Miles West on HWY 12, Martinsdale, MT