Enjoy Montana Sports, Culture and Entertainment

Montana is rife with history, culture, art, sports, and entertainment. There are over 100 golf courses, rodeo arenas, auto raceways, and sports fields.

Montana towns come alive with Farmer’s Markets, Street Fairs and Festivals, Beer Gardens, and Parades. Summer and winter find Montanans celebrating out of doors.

Several fine art museums house some of our historic western art. In addition, art galleries are in every town showing work that is distinctively Montana. Theater is also quite popular as well as countless venues for listening to music of all kinds. Look for Classical, country, pop, blue grass, and more.

There is always something to do indoors or out. Take a look and see what is going on in the area around your favorite B&B.

Culture, Sports & Entertainment Blog

Livingston Depot Center

Founded by the Northern Pacific Railroad, Livingston was a central point for railway workers and visitors travelling to Yellowstone National Park.  The passenger depot, built in 1902, is still a welcoming center for Yellowstone visitors.  It is just 50 miles north of the north gate in Gardiner, Montana.

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Moss Mansion Billings

Moss Mansion in Billings

Capture a piece of Montana history as you tour the Moss Mansion, home of the prominent Moss family.  See what life was like at the turn of the century in Billings, MT. Original furnishings, persian carpets, and artifacts bring you into life in 1903.  Settlement of the ‘wild west...

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Holter Museum of Art - Helena

While in downtown Helena, you will want to find some time to stop at the Holter Museum of Art.  Local and national artists are featured in this contemporary art museum.  They all tell a story of the northwest through their art.  Various forms of visual arts are on display:  paintings, photographs, and objects depicting design and function throug...

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Cathedral of St. Helen

Towering over the skyline of Helena is the Cathedral of St Helen.  When visiting our state capital for government business, don’t forget to take some time out to see this magnificent church.  The cathedral is majestic and beautiful.  Imagine that you have been transported to...

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Downhill skiing Montana

Discovery Basin - Skiing in South Western Montana

With annual snowfall of 215 inches you will find great skiing at Discovery Ski Area only 15 minutes from downtown Philipsburg, Montana.  There are 67 trails and 8 lifts, on 3 different sections of the mountain.  You fill find conditions ranging from gentle slopes to more advanced slopes...

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Museum of the Rockies

Dinosaurs!  Yes, the Museum of the Rockies has an extensive collection of dinosaur fossils on display. While in Bozeman, take some time to visit MOR, which is part of Montana State University.  Marvel at the T. Rex skeleton (it is HUGE!), take in a show at the Taylor  Planetarium, learn about Montana and the surrounding regions.

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Yellowstone Art Museum - Billings

One of the great things to do in Billings as the weather cools down, is to visit the Yellowstone Art Museum.  Its permanent collection emphasizes contemporary art from the northern Rockies and northern plains.  The Montana Collection contains over 2000 piece...

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Hockaday Museum Kalispell

Hockaday Museum of Art

The scenic beauty of Montana is often captured via painting and art.  What better place to see it than at the Hockaday Museum of Art in downtown Kalispell.

The museum is dedicated to preserving the artistic legacy of Montana and Glacier National Park.  Artists of Montana are featured in the permanent collection.  See...

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Arlee Montana Buddha

The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas

Just a short drive north of Missoula is The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas, a place of peace and tranquility nestled at the base of rolling hills in the Mission Mountains.  If you are in Missoula for a while...

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Flathead Lake Cherries

Flathead Lake Cherries

Montana is famous for its cherries, grown around the Flathead Lake.  The season is short, but there is an abundance of sweet, juicy cherries in July and early August throughout the Flathead Valley.

Want to pick your own cherries?  No problem!  Just take a ride around the east side of Flathead Lake and pull in at any U-Pick sign....

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