KALISPELL, Mont. -

Kalispell's Conrad Mansion has opened its doors for the summer season. The 117 year old Flathead landmark started tours Wednesday morning.

Every summer, the museum displays many flowers in their gardens for guests to enjoy. This year, they've continued the motif inside with a historical dress display that features pieces from 1880-1960.

Many of the dresses come straight from the mansion's closets, a piece of history that keeps the Conrad's legacy alive.

"Conrad is one of the founders, if not the main founder of Kalispell," said Executive Director Gennifer Sauter. "And it was through his entrepeneurship that we are even here in this location. And with such beautiful surroundings and a beautiful area it's just so neat to see the inside of their house and how they lived their lives."

The museum is currently open Wednesday-Sunday, and reservations are not needed for a tour.