Bibler Home and Gardens is privately owned, and you must contact us in advance or have already purchased a ticket to visit.
Note that we do not host weddings or similar events. On occasion we provide limited opportunities for selected non-profits to host fundraisers or donor thank you events.
Enjoy hundreds of thousands of tulips, daffodils, and other spring bulbs and plantings in full bloom. You’ll have ample time to wander the gardens with their abundant flowers, water features including ponds with swans, and stunning valley views. You may also explore the beautifully furnished home, filled with art and antiques from the 17th through 20th centuries (guides are present to answer questions). Choose from an 11 AM or 1 PM start time. Tickets are $25 per person; children under 12 are $25.
Note: On Saturday, May 18, the 1 PM tour includes a special showing of the Persian Tribal Weavings display in the lower level of the home. This will be the only opportunity this year to view this remarkable collection. Tickets for that showing are $35 per person. We do not encourage children to attend this special tour as it requires a longer attention span.
Tickets benefit student scholarships at Flathead Valley Community College (FVCC). All tickets must be purchased in advance–no tickets at the gate. An online link to purchase tickets will appear here by April 1.
Note: We are unable to offer the Mother’s Day Brunch this year.
Enjoy the home as well as the gardens in the magical evening light. Choose a 4:30 or 6:30 PM start time Check back here for additional details.
Benefits student scholarships at FVCC.
Spend part of a sweet summer day enjoying the home and gardens. Choose an 11 AM or 1 PM start time. Check back here for details. Benefits student scholarships at FVCC.
If you would prefer to arrange a private showing of the home and gardens, please e-mail Tyler . Keep in mind that we book visits and tours during May, July and August only (no June or September showings), and we are closed on weekends (except for Spring Beauty on Saturday, May 18).