Saturday OPen hours

The Moon-Randolph Homestead is open Saturdays, May through October, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors may drive up to the Homestead, or walk there via the North Hills trails on Missoula's Open space. Tours are available during open hours on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors are also encouraged to bring a picnic, journal in the orchard, photograph the old outbuildings, draw one of the old apple trees, and explore the unique history of the Homestead at their own pace.

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Field Trips

The Homestead hosts field trips for school groups ranging from preschool to college. At the Homestead, students can learn about local human, natural, and agricultural history, as well as historic preservation, primary document research, and building restoration. We encourage school groups to get their hands dirty, and participate in some aspect of homesteading life, from pressing cider apples to working in the garden to assisting with a historic preservation project. Get in touch with the caretakers for more details about planning your group's field trip. 


weddings and events

Less than 15 minutes from downtown Missoula, yet quiet and secluded in the North Hills, the Moon-Randolph Homestead is an ideal place to hold your Montana wedding or private event. Celebrate while surrounded by the garden, heritage apple orchard, and the worn wood barn at an authentic, historic homestead. The Homestead hosts up to two weddings per season. Inquire for more details on booking, cost, and considerations.

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Professional photography

The Homestead is a classic, western backdrop for your professional photography sessions. Each year, professional photographers bring clients to have their graduation, engagement, and family photographs at the Homestead. Get in touch with the caretakers to schedule your session and to inquire about fees.