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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Great Falls 10

Lewistown 7

Miles City 6

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area 6

Big Snowy Mountains 5

Havre 4

Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge 4

Hardin 4

Fort Benton 4

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge 3

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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument 1

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Arapooish Fishing Access Site

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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...

Bighorn County Historical Museum and Visitor Information Center

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

Crow Fair and Rodeo

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During the third week in August, a stretch of land along the Bighorn River becomes the "tepee capital of the world" when the Crow Fair...

The Montana Dinosaur Trail

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Eastern Montana 200 million years ago was a swampy, wet place populated by seashore jungles, swamps, and dinosaurs. Today the badlands...

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