Montana Attractions

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Missoula Art Museum

In the heart of downtown Missoula, is the Missoula Art Museum.  Featuring contemporary Montana artists, the museum provides a glimpse into the culture of the American west.  A variety of medium can always be found there, from sculpture and photography to watercolor, oil or acrylic paintings.

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Yellowstone in winter

Yellowstone Snowcoach Tours

West Yellowstone, Montana is the perfect place to launch your winter visit into Yellowstone National Park.  Although the road at the northwest gate is closed to traffic in winter, the park is open.  The best way to get to Old Faithful or to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is via snowcoach.  

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Montana Capitol Building

Montana Capitol

As Helena is Montana’s State Capital, central to the city is the State Capitol Building. It is quite striking with its white granite and sandstone exterior, and copper covered dome with Lady Liberty statue standing on top.  

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ZooMontana

ZooMontana and Botanical Gardens focuses on wildlife and plants that are native to Montana, the northern Rockies, and other cold climates above the 45th parallel.  Located in Billings, MT, this indoor/outdoor wildlife park is a serene and natural place to spend a day, with the kids or without.  Canyon Creek runs right through the park, making it a perfect place for the zoo, just west of the city....

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Bridger Bowl

Montana is made for winter and made for skiing and snowboarding.  Just 20 minutes from downtown Bozeman is the Bridger Bowl ski area.  There are ski runs for all levels of skiers, from beginner to expert.  Ski from morning until late afternoon, and then come on down the mountain to enjoy Bozeman.

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Whitefish Trails MT

Whitefish Trails

The Whitefish Trails are a true gem in northwestern Montana.  They surround Whitefish Lake, just to the west of Glacier National Park. These trails, located on the west side of Whitefish Lake, have been constructed to accommodate both hikers and mountain bikers.  Each area has loop trails, approximately 3 mi...

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Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge

Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

In the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, in Ravalli County lies the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge.  Just north of Stevensville, Victor, and Darby, Montana and 25 miles south of Missoula, MT, this area of natural beauty awaits.  It is nestled between the Bitterroot and Sapphire mountains, along the Bitterroot River.

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Giant cedar tree

Ross Creek Cedar Grove

The Ross Creek Cedar Grove is a treasure in western Montana in the Kootenai National Forest.  Western red cedars thrive in the grove and some are more than 8 feet in diameter and over 400 years old.  There is a great and level trail that is maintained throughout the grove.  Interpretive signs all along the trail educate visitors about the trees, animal life, and cycles of nature.  ...

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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.  In typical Montana fashion, the farm stand workers will help you to don your cherry bucket and direct you to trees in the orchid which will have easily accessible cherries, ripe for the picking.  This usually comes with some helpful hints like, “no...

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Granite County Museum

The Granite County Museum and Cultural Center gives the visitor a look at the history of Granite County, Montana through exhibits and education.  One of the richest silver strikes in our country helped to shape life in Granite County in the 1860’s.  The museum has a replica of the underground mine, depicting the everyday life of the miner.

The museum is located in the old Courtney Hotel on South Sansome Street in Philipsburg, Montana.  The entire first floor of the hotel was remodeled for display space, a gift shop, an...

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