Stanford to Lewistown

Stanford Judith Basin County Museum Opened in 1967, the Judith Basin County Museum depicts the rich history of the county which saw the transition from open range cattle ranching to sheep-herding [...]

Glasgow to Wolf Point

Glasgow Valley County Pioneer Museum Historical treasures at the Valley County Pioneer Museum include an ornate Buffalo Bill Cody Bar (still sporting a bullet hole and lead slug from the Wild [...]

Fort Benton to Havre

Fort Benton Fort Benton Museums & Heritage Complex Located in the “Birthplace of Montana,” the Heritage Complex includes a multitude of museums: The Old Fort Benton, The Museum of the Upper [...]

Great Falls Area

Giant Springs State Park With more than 300,000 visitors each year, Giant Springs State Park is the most visited state park in Montana. Giant Springs was discovered by the Lewis and Clark [...]

Montana Fairs and Events

June Living History Day Havre June 4 Wadsworth Park Kids Fishing Day Great Falls June 4 ATV Poker Run Townsend June 4 Buzzard Day Glendive June 11 Shelby Kite Festival Shelby June 11 Dirty Shame [...]

Rodeo Schedule

PRCA June Little Belt Cowboys Rodeo June 18-19, Belt Little Big Horn Stampede June 25-26, Hardin American Legion PRCA Rodeo June 26, Augusta Dawson County Fair & Rodeo June 29-30, Glendive [...]

Townsend

The Silos Townsend’s 42-foot-tall twin red brick silos have been a community landmark for more than a century. Recent efforts have been taken to preserve the historic structures, which serve as a [...]

The West of Exploration at The Bair

by Elizabeth Guheen When Charles Bair arrived in Montana in 1883, he had been preceded by almost one hundred years of history that had irrevocably shaped the West he would find and settle in. He [...]

Montana Dinosaur Trail

Sometimes we forget how blessed we are in Montana. Not every state has its own Glacier or Yellowstone. Few states can compete with the abundance of wildlife here or rival our picturesque scenery. [...]

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