Billings, Little Big Horn, and the Montana Plains Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Billings, Little Big Horn, and the Montana Plains - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Alberta Bair Theater

  • Building/Architectural Site

In the 1930s, 20th Century Fox built this art deco movie theater on land homesteaded by a successful sheep-ranching family. Saved from...

Arapooish Fishing Access Site

The Arapooish Fishing Access Site, 2½ mi northeast of Hardin, is a favorite spot among locals, who pack the family up, set up in a shaded...

Beaver Creek Park

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Set in the ancient Bears Paw Mountains, about 10 mi south of town, is the 10,000-acre Beaver Creek Park, the largest county park in the...

Big Snowy

  • Mountain–Sight

The second-highest point in the Big Snowies is Big Snowy, also called Old Baldy. Just 41 feet shorter than Greathouse Peak, the 8,640-foot-high...

Big Springs Trout Hatchery

  • Fish Hatchery

At the head of one of the purest cold-water springs in the world is the Big Springs Trout Hatchery. The state's largest cold-water production...

Bighorn County Historical Museum and Visitor Information Center

  • Information Center

Focusing on Native American and early homestead settlement, the 35-acre Bighorn County Historical Museum and Visitor Information Center...

Black Eagle Falls

On the north side of the historic part of town is 40-foot-high, 500-foot-wide Black Eagle Falls, one of the places where the Missouri...

Boothill Swords Park Cemetery

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Atop the Rimrocks, north of downtown, lie the graves of H.M. Muggins Taylor, the army scout who carried word of Custer's defeat through...

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

An oxbow of the Missouri River before the last ice age, Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge is a massive series of lakes and wetlands a...

Bucking Horse Sale

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The third weekend in May, Miles City holds its famed Bucking Horse Sale, a three-day event with a rodeo, a concert, and a giant block...

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