The Brown House, art gallery and museum, is located in the small community of East Glacier Park which is on the east slopes of the Rocky Mountains near the southern edge of Glacier National Park. The Brown House was a grocery store that dates back to the early twenties. The main room still contains many of the fixtures, furniture, and even goods that were here when it was still a store. Many other items from the early days of East Glacier and the Blackfeet Reservation are on display in a museum that is integrated with the art gallery. The Brown House Gallery and Museum was established in 1973 and displays the works of Montana artists. The owner is a potter and sculptor and produces porcelain and stoneware pottery as well as bronze sculpture in studios at the Brown House.
The guest lodging at the Brown House is located one block east of U.S. Highway 2, at the corner of Washington and Dawson Streets. It is also one block east of the Amtrak station.
There are three recently remodeled and redecorated rooms available. The upstairs room, with a view of the mountains, has a queen bed and a twin day bed and air conditioning. One of the downstairs rooms, decorated in traditional style, has a queen bed and a twin day bed. The other downstairs room, decorated in country cottage style, has a queen bed. A rollaway bed is also available. All three rooms have private entrances, private baths, electric heat and television
The Brown House is within easy walking distance of excellent restaurants, gift shops, car rentals, horseback concession, golf course and Laundromat.