History is all around us, so the museum created outdoor exhibit panels you can visit anytime! 

Select this link for a larger version of the following outdoor map

Virtually explore the Outdoor Exhibits. Just double click on the panel.

The Kalispel Language Survival School with J.R. Bluff worked with the museum to create this outdoor interpretative panel about the Tribe’s long connection to Priest Lake. A panel is located along the beach at the museum and another one is on the east side of the lake at Soldier Creek, where Sherwood Beach roads end. Listen to J.R. Bluff read the panel in Salish and English.

On the museum beach explore the Selkirk Mountains and Priest Lake
Check out this interpretative panel about the museum’s home, the Luby Bay Cabin
At the Elkins’ Resort boat ramp, find out about the Selkirks and the upper end of Priest Lake