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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
From $450.00

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Helena's Farmers Market

Helena is a state capital but in many ways it is still a small town. It definitely has a small town feel. One place to experience that feeling is at the Helena Farmers' Market. The market is the...
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Favorite Selfie Spot

One of the most popular photo opportunities (selfie or otherwise) in the Red Lodge Area is on the Beartooth Scenic Byway. The sign welcoming you to Montana (or Wyoming depending on route of travel)...
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Cowboys and Cowgirls

I spotted this little bit of cowboy/cowgirl wisdom posted in the Jersey Lilly. Seems like good advice for all of us, whether we are cowpokes or not. There were a number of plaques with words of...
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Meet the Locals

As I travel I always like to meet the locals (even if they are transplants who are NEW locals). The rangers are very helpful here and can arrange for tours of the dam or the power plant. It is...
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Meet the Locals

One of my favorite things to do when traveling is to meet the locals. As I was walking around Horse Capture Park (which was named for George Horse Capture a Gros Ventre Indian, who was an...
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Exact Center of Montana

For many years, the exact center of Montana was thought to be under the kitchen sink of a local home. More modern technology, however, has now determined the exact center of the state of Montana to...
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Tasty Fest

Clinton is a small but fast growing town of about 1075 (up 91% since 2000) located along Interstate 90 (exit 120) and U.S. Highway 12 in Missoula County in Western Montana not far from the border with...
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Selfie Spots

Like many other cities in America, Helena is taking advantage of the “selfie” craze by placing this symbols denoting the perfect spot to take a selfie with some attraction in the background. In this...
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Montana is very casual. ...

Montana is very casual. Missoula is the most liberal of all Montana cities. It has a university with many International students. 99% of the population is very friendly and nice to all people and...
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Montana is mostly farming and...

Montana is mostly farming and ranching but has turned to tourism recently. Don't be surprised if you find very few Enviromentalists or Vegetarians. The ones you do meet are mostly 'Imports'...
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Montanans are generally a...

Montanans are generally a very friendly bunch of folks. They arent very politically correct and do believe in minding their own business. There is sort of an unspoken motto in Montana. ' Dont bother...
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Don't think you are right to...

Don't think you are right to raise in your arms a little Indian girl who was crying after being fallen down of her van during a parade...I heartly would like to know and I wish someone on VT could...
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Dumb Montana LawsSeven or more...

Dumb Montana LawsSeven or more indians are considered a raiding or war party and it is legal to shoot them. (Repealed)In Montana, it is illegal for married women to go fishing alone on Sundays, and...
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Don't be in a hurry. ...

Don't be in a hurry. Montanans are very friendly but figure you are here to relax, so SLOW DOWN! It is rude to ask a rancher the size of his spread or the number of cattle he runs. Leave your ego at...
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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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