Livingston Travel Guide

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    Downtown Livingston
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    Looking toward the Park
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Livingston Things to Do

  • Yellowstone National Park

    Livingston is the Northern Gateway to Yellowstone National Park. I am working on an extensive page on the park. It was the first national park, established in 1872 and is a must see!

  • Honor the Military

    One of the really nice things I noticed in Livingston was how they posted pictures of local members of the military on the trees in Sacajawea Park with yellow ribbons tied around them.

  • Sacajawea Park

    There was a park in the main downtown area dedicated to Sacajawea the Indian guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Sacajawea Park is a nice place to have a picnic or just relax and enjoy nature.

  • Lewis and Clark

    Captain Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition came through the Livingston area on 15 July 1806 on the return route from his 1804-1806 expedition to find an overland route to the Pacific.

  • Historic District

    Livingston has a nice historic district with several buildings of historic and architectural interest. Many of the town's streets are lined with trees and look quite pretty when the fall colors come.

  • Yellowstone Gateway Museum

    Another "hidden treasure" in Livingston is the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. It is located in the old Northside School which was built in 1906 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As you might guess from the name it has a number of displays and artifacts relating to Yellowstone National Park including some old pre-1900...

  • Livingston Depot Center

    The Livingston Depot Center was built in 1902 using the Italianate style of architecture. It was designed by the same guys that designed Grand Central Station in New York. It was originally used as the North Pacific Railroad's northern access to Yellowstone National Park. It continued to serve as a passenger depot until 1979. After a 2 year,...

  • The Depot Museum

    This magnificent railway station is now a museum. The historic Livingston Depot was built in 1902 as the Northern Pacific Railroad's original access to Yellowstone National Park. It was in use until 1979, when AMTRAK suspended passenger service to southern MontanaThe same architect designed Grand Central Station in New York. Not something you would...

  • Yellowstone River Floats..

    Summer time, float the river..A guided tour or rent your own raft..This is a favorite for the locals..All summer you can witness a few types of floaters..The local fly fishing guide, the local thirty-somethings floating and drinking, and families as well.


Livingston Hotels

  • Murray Hotel

    This is not your Hilton or Marriott..Most rooms are owned but out of staters that have refurbished...

  • Super 8 Livingston

    This was a very nice Super 8 in a nice town. I liked the hotel well enough that I stayed there an...

  • Best Western Yellowstone Inn

    1515 West Park Street, Livingston, Montana, 59047, United States

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Livingston Restaurants

  • Great Steak!

    This is one of Livingson's "must-dos" according to many people. It's got an amazing reputation - especially for steak and ribs, but the prices are relatively reasonable. There's a bar area as well as plenty of dining room seating. The soups are fantastic, the beers cold and the steaks are great. I like the baseball cut...strange name, strange...

  • Livingstons Favorite!

    Fine dinning minus the pretentious, casual dress is fine, locals come right off of the river with sunburns and shorts and are welcomed! Bistro food with a local and even some Louisiana flair, where the chief hails from. There Pork and Meatloaf is local as well as various other goods. One of the owners is a well traveled wine fanatic, be sure to ask...

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Livingston Shopping

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    by Basaic Written Dec 14, 2010

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    If you are looking for a great selection of cheeses, wines, beers, and chocolates from around the world, check out the Gourmet Cellar. It has over 400 wines, in all price ranges, from Spain, France, and Italy along with many South American, South African and Australian selections, along with US wines. They also have a wide variety of domestic and imported cheese, specialty foods, pastas, sauces, and chocolates. They stock microbrews and selected imported beers.

    What to buy: With over 400 wines they have something for everyone.

    What to pay: Depends on your budget and what wines you want.

    The Gourmet Cellar
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