Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Lehrkind Mansion allows guests to enjoy the comfortable ambiance of Montana's Victorian past, Built in 1897, The Lehrkind offers one of the state's finest examples of Queen Anne architecture. Gables, overhangs, porches, bays and a large corner tower are among the mansion's spectacular features. Relax in over stuffed chairs bathed in the light of large windows topped with leaded and stained glass. Immerse yourself among unique and rare period antiques, original woodwork, oriental carpets and the diverse indoor garden of palms, ferns and flowers.
The Mansion is known for its music parlor, and library, featuring the magical sound of a very rare seven-foot tall 1897 Regina music box. Several restored Victrolas, a game collection and a diverse library along with cherished objects of the Victorian era foster an unhurried atmosphere.
A stay at the Lehrkind Mansion includes a complete, filling gourmet breakfast. Two large parlors and the dining room provide ample guest space. Out on the back deck, a large therapeutic hot tub helps soak away a day of activity. Bedrooms feature large reading chairs, rockers, writing desks and plush beds with down comforters - all in period antiques. Quality is highest priority here, where terry robes and Egyptian cotton are common.
A stay at the Lehrkind Mansion is not just a room for the night - it's an experience. For further information, call (800) 992-6932.
From exit 306 (7th Avenue) drive south toward downtown. Proceed from the exit .5 mile looking for Tamarack on the left. Turn left and drive .8 mile to Wallace Avenue, which is one block beyond lighted intersection on Rouse. Turn right on Wallace Avenue and proceed one block looking for the mansion on the right at the corner of Wallace Avenue and Aspen Street.