Chinook, Blaine County Museum:
Exhibits provide insight into Assiniboine and Gros Ventre culture, hardships of the Homestead Era, and Blaine County’s history through two World Wars.
Blaine County Wildlife Museum: This depicts Montana’s native wildlife species in their natural habitats. The museum’s gift shop also features the work of many Montana artists.

Bear Paw Battlefield:
This is the location of the final battle of the Nez Perce Flight of 1877. It was here on October 5, 1877, after a 1,100 mile journey (and only forty miles shy of the Canadian border), that the Nez Perce laid down arms. Following this five-day battle and siege, Chief Joseph gave his immortal speech, “From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.”

Malta, Phillips County Museum:
The old and the new West meet at the Phillips County Museum. This includes authentic Native American artifacts, and history of the local homesteaders, outlaws, cowboys, and miners.

Great Plains Dinosaur Museum:
This Museum provides the rare opportunity for both youth and adults to explore, dig, and excavate fossils with their staff and paleontologist partners in scheduled laboratory experiences and onsite dig programs. It also features permanent exhibits of dinosaurs and other prehistoric fossils curated in a natural setting.

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge:
Located in the Milk River Valley, the Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge encompasses over 15,000 acres and is home to more than 260 species of birds, 26 species of mammals, and a variety of reptiles, amphibians, and fish.

Sleeping Buffalo Rock:
Since late prehistoric times, the First Peoples of the Northern Plains have revered the Sleeping Buffalo’s spiritual power.

Saco, The Restored Chet Huntley School:
The Restored Chet Huntley School stands as a reminder of the news anchor, Chet Huntley’s significance in pop culture and the world of broadcasting.

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