Gibson Mansion is a Victorian estate located in Missoula, Montana. It was built in 1903 by A.J. Gibson, one of the most noted architects in Montana history. Gibson designed over 150 buildings in his life, including the Missoula County Courthouse and the Main Hall at the University of Montana. This mansion hosted quite a few residents during its life, including a sorority and a fraternity! In 2001, the house was restored to its original beauty and opened as a bed and breakfast. Here, you can visit Gibson House decorated for the holidays.