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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Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area 6

Big Snowy Mountains 5

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Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge 4

Hardin 4

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Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge 3

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Black Eagle Falls

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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...

C.M. Russell Museum Complex

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This 76,000-square-foot complex houses the largest collection of original art and personal objects of legendary cowboy artist Charlie...

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

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For centuries Native Americans hunted bison by stampeding them off a cliff at this 2,000-acre park, which is sacred to the state's original...

Giant Springs State Park

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The freshwater springs here feed a state fish hatchery that covers 400 acres of parkland. According to residents, the waters that flow...

Gibson Park

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This park, named for the insightful founder of Great Falls, is the crown jewel of the city's 400-acre park system. The most popular features...

Historic district

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Great Falls has many stories to tell in its historic homes and businesses, including the beautiful brick buildings of the railroad era.

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center

  • Museum/Gallery

Follow the trail that the Corps of Discovery traveled 200 years ago (1803–06) in search of an overland route to the Pacific Ocean and...

Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art

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Contemporary artwork of the northwest United States makes up the bulk of the collection here. There is an educational resource room where...

Rainbow Falls

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

One of the waterfalls that gives the city its name, 50-foot-high Rainbow Falls is below Rainbow Dam, about 1½ mi east of Giant Springs...

Smith River

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Flowing out of the Helena National Forest in the heart of Montana is the 60-mi Smith River. Like most other waterways in the state, it...

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