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Admission to the C M Russell Museum
"Born in 1864 in St. Louis Charles M. Russell grew up fascinated by tales of the Wild West. He traveled to Montana in 1880 and made a life on the frontier working first as a cowboy and then a night wrangler leaving his days free to observe and sketch working cowboys. Once a full-time artist Russell moved with his wife to Great Falls where he built his home and studio. Over the course of his life he created around 4000 works of art that reside in both public and private collections throughout the country.   Although primarily focused on the works of the local artist
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Private Yellowstone Wildlife Tour
"A private tour with Yellowstone Guidelines is the best way to see and experience the wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. The day will start with an early pick up from your hotel or place of lodging. Pick up time will vary seasonally. Search for wildli Lamar Valley Hayden Valley and Lake area of the park. We often see bears wolves bison elk and a variety of other animals that are home to Yellowstone. All wildlife viewing is non-obtrusive and conducted from a safe distance. The tour includes lunch transportation from lodging
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Private Wolf and Wildlife Winter Tours in Yellowstone
"A Winter Day in Yellowstone The day will start early with a pick up from your hotel and lodging. Taking advantage of the low light as we tour across Yellowstone's northern range in search of wolves and other wildlife.  From Gardiner to MT and all across the northern boundary of Yellowstone provides some of the best wolf habitat in North America. Winter can also be some of the best time of the year to see the other animals of Yellowstone. Moose elk bison antelope big horn sheep
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Selfie Spots

In keeping with the fad of taking selfies when people are doing something the city of Butte has placed these selfie spots at various "tourist" spots around town showing the ideal location for your...
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Sumatra Town

I stopped here because of the name, I was driving down U. S. Highway 12 anyway, but had a bit of trouble finding an actual town. I also could not find a population figure for the town on the...
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Alberton

Alberton is a tiny town of about 430 (up 13% since 2000) located along Interstate 90 (between exit 75 and exit 77) in Mineral County in Western Montana not far from the border with Idaho. Alberton...
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Arlee, Montana

Arlee is a tiny town of about 600 (up 6% since 2000) located along U. S. Highway 93 in Lake County in Northwest Montana. Arlee was formed sometime after 1873 when Chief Arlee of the Salish Tribe of...
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The Town

Hall is a tiny town of about 200 located in the Flint Valley along scenic Montana Highway 1 in Granite County in Southwest Montana. Hall is not far from the towns of Drummond and Philipsburg and...
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Froid, Montana

Froid is a tiny town of about 200 (unchanged since 2000) located along Montana Highway 16 in Roosevelt County in Northeast Montana not far from the border with North Dakota. The town was established...
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Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge

The Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most significant ones in the state. The refuge is 11,360 acres of wetlands that attract a wide variety of birds as they travel through the...
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Kremlin Town

Kremlin is a tiny town of about 100 (down 22% since 2000) located along U. S. Highway 2 in Hill County in Northern Montana not far from the border with Alberta and Saskatchewan. The nearest decent...
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Harrison Town

Harrison is a tiny, shrinking town of about 135 (down 15% since 2000) located along U.S. Highway 287 in Madison County in Southwest Montana near the borders with Idaho and Wyoming. It is in a...
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Sky watching

Montana is known as Big Sky country. When I look up at the sky I am amazed every time. Weather can best be gauged by looking up. A storm coming in can be seen for better than 75 miles in any...
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enjoy Big Sky Country's amazing nature

Montana is called Big Sky Country and for good reason, the sky seems to go on forever. It is a state full of glorious nature so by all means, get out and enjoy it. My first hike in Glacier National...
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Fond memories

Montana has always been a ‘passing through’ place for me while on family vacations on our way from Kansas to Idaho and Washington State. Most times we’d drive through, stop every so often to eat or to...
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Fun with kids

If you are traveling to Glacier with children and the weather is warm enough, Big Sky Water Slide is a pretty fun thing to do. It cost about $10 a person for all day, there are many slides for little...
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The Greater Billings Map

I forgot I had this, so I thought it might be of some help for those who choose to venture to Montana and want to see what this need city has to offer. Enjoy!Billings, Montana
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Helena

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Top Hotels in Montana

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Highway 8, Swiftcurrent Lake, Montana, 59434, United States
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4770 King Ave E, 59101-4762
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835 Great Northern Blvd, Helena, Montana, 59601, United States
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US 20, 191 & 287, West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758, United States
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201 3rd Street Northwest, Great Falls, Montana, 59404, United States
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2023 Commerce Way, Bozeman, Montana, 59715, United States
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Top Things to Do in Montana

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Reeder's Alley

In the 1890s the area above Reeder's Alley, which was called Reeder's Gulch, was largely inaccessible and undeveloped. In response to pressure from residents of the area, the town approved...
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Yellowstone Art Museum

The Yellowstone Art Museum offers a number of very well presented displays using various types of art. They have sculptures, paintings, mosaics, even photography and the art of the written word. ...
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Historic Buildings in Bozeman

In the early days of Catholicism in Bozeman Catholic Priest would come her about four times a year and hold services in various people’s homes. In 1885, Bozeman built the its first Catholic Church a...
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Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is 25,000 square feet of displays, a theater, and hands-on components to teach people of all ages about the Lewis and Clark Expedition in general and how they...
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Historic Buildings in Butte

The Mother Lode Theater is in a building completed in 1923 by the Masons. They built a Masonic Temple next door and this massive, ornate structure was the 1200 seat Temple Theater. As economic hard...
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Roosevelt Arch

Roosevelt Arch is the north entrance's gateway into Yellowstone National Park. This is the original entrance into the park. Visitors would take the train into Montana, and ride in stagecoaches to this...
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"What a state!"
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"Montana, the Beartooth Highway"
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