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Red Lodge
The only public refuge in Montana to house native animals that cannot be returned to the wild. The Center offers visitors an unparalleled chance to learn about these and other animals by observing them at close range and through interpretive displays...
West Yellowstone
An AZA accredited, Not-for-Profit, Wildlife Park and Educational Facility. The Center is dedicated to providing visitors to the Yellowstone area the unique opportunity to learn about, observe and ultimately appreciate the grizzly bear and gray wolf.
Coram
The Amazing Fun Center is a great place to stop by for some active family fun while you're visiting the Glacier Park area. The whole family can enjoy: Go Carts, Glacier Maze, Mini Golf, Bumper Boats, Bankshot and Basketball.
Big Timber
Welcome to Montana's first and most complete waterpark. We have a complete concession stand or bring your own picnic/BBQ. Enjoy your lunch in our shaded picnic area. We are right next door to the Big Timber KOA Campground, so come for the day or stay...
Missoula
Indoor facility boasting two water slides, a children’s water playground, leisure pool with features, resistance channel, and more. Suitable for every age and ability.
Splash Montana
(135 Miles)
Missoula
From its three waterslides to the lazy river float, there are numerous ways for the entire family to enjoy a day at Splash Montana.
Columbia Falls
Montanas largest waterpark has 10 exciting slides, huge whirl pool, kids activity pool, picnic grounds, barbeques, beach volleyball, concessions and gift shop.
Helena
Ride the Last Chance Tour train through the streets of Helena, Montana. Take an hour of your time to experience Helena's colorful past. From its beginning, spurred by the discovery of gold in Last Chance Creek, by four men from Georgia to the presen...
Columbia Falls
The Montana Vortex is a genuine quantum, or gravitational anomaly that may re-define the laws of physics and nature. When visitors pass through the "Portal" they can see and feel the power of the vortex and they enter a reality where some physical ru...
Jakes Horses
(158 Miles)
Gallatin Gateway
Jake's Horses offers guided tours around the Big Sky area all year round, just about anyone who loves the outdoors loves Montana. Here's where you'll find some of the best hunting, fishing, and riding territory in the world, along with breathtaking m...
Daly Mansion
(160 Miles)
Hamilton
Children can experience and learn history at the summer home of Copper Baron and millionaire Marcus Daly and family. Wonderful landscaped grounds are great for playing and picnicking!
Yellowstone
Yee-haa! Ride on a horse-drawn, canvas-covered wagon to an authentic cowboy cookout steak dinner in Pleasant Valley. Have a look for wildlife along the way. When you get there, a singing cowboy (complete with guitar) will entertain you over dinner.
Kalispell
Designed for the Under 6s, features include a multi level main frame, roleplay area, toddler zone and more besides.
Great Falls
The C.M. Russell Museum: a place where the old West is still alive. Artist Charles M. Russell captured the landscapes, the spirit, and the culture of the West during the late 1800s and early 1900s. His artwork is part entertainment, part history less...
Malmstrom AFB
Malmstrom Air Force Base Museum is one of the biggest military model aircraft displays in the northwest with lots of displays, including World War II Era barracks room, SAGE Computer, flight suit and survival equipment displays.
Fort Benton
Step back in time as you explore the history of the American West at Fort Benton, Montana's remarkable museums. Explore two hundred years of frontier history. The time of the Blackfeet hunts on the northern plains, the passage of Lewis & Clark, th...
Helena
Science is fun for everyone--Try It! ExplorationWorks is Montana's Science Center in Helena. Lot's of exhibits and experiments to try. Everything from a giant pin impression board, to an air maze, Montana's largest Newton's Cradle and more. Have a bl...
helena
The Holter Museum of Art serves Montana and neighboring states with a quality visual arts exhibition program that includes all media; brings national and international exhibitions into the region; provides a much-needed venue for local and regional a...
Helena
The Montana Historical Society Museum, Montana's Museum, collects, preserves, and interprets fine art, historical, archaeological, and ethnological artifacts that pertain to Montana and its adjoining geographic region. Montana's Museum is where histo...
Kalispell
When Charles E. Conrad, a founder of Kalispell, arrived in the Flathead Valley in 1891, this lovely town with its tree-lined streets was still but a dream. But Conrad had vision, and he felt that not only had he found a good investment opportunity, b...
Butte
Founded in 1963, Butte Montana experienced a century of hardrock mining and earned the reputation of being home to one of the world's most productive copper mines of all time.
Chinook
This one of a kind facility depicts Montana state's wildlife species in their natural habitat and is brought to life with the various permanent exhibits, displays, historic narrations and sound effects.
Anaconda
The Copper Village Museum and Arts Center is a free museum located in a historical structure which was, thankfully, spared from demolition. The family will enjoy a vast array of exhibitions which will educate at the same time they entertain.
Bozeman
The Gallatin Historical Society, founded in 1977, moved into two rooms in the county jail building in 1979. Built in 1911, the jail was already considered an historic structure. When prisoners were moved to new quarters in January 1982, the county co...
Bozeman
Open since 1990: The world's oldest continually operating museum dedicated to the history of the Information Age. Experience 800 Years of Rare Books, Manuscripts, Historic Newspapers, Maps & Prints. Some of the Bibles on display, including the Guten...
Bozeman
Open year round, the Museum of the Rockies at Montana State University houses one of the world's largest collections of dinosaurs, a planetarium, and exhibits on Western history and American Indians. Visit the Museum to learn about startling new d...
Polson
This is the largest museum in Montana. 150,00 objects scattered in 40+ buildings on nearly 5 acres. Open daily in the summer, 8am to 8pm. Shorter hours the rest of year. Call 406-883-6804 Kid friendly, there are many opportunities for them to enj...
Charlo
Named after Chief Joseph Ninepipes, a Bitterroot Salish Chief, the museum is nestled under the protection of the Mission Mountain Range. It contains a wealth of early photos, artifacts and antiques representing more than a century of life in the Flat...
Livingston
Home to an extensive collection of artifacts and exhibits featuring Park County, Yellowstone Park, Railroad, Pioneer, and Old West History.
Big Timber
The Crazy Mountain Museum is a historical museum featuring exhibits that reflect the history of Sweet Grass County and the surrounding area. The museum is maintained by the Sweet Grass Museum Society, a non-profit organization. The Sweet Grass Museum...
Missoula
MAM is an exciting and enriching place to bring your kids. With seven galleries, there is always a choice of exhibitions to offer a rich selection of visual food for thought and pleasure for viewers of all ages. MAM's exhibition program is a broad la...
Missoula
Offers fun, interactive learning opportunities that allow children to explore their interests and abilities through play. Pprovides hands-on exhibits and weekly programs to kids ages infant through 10 years.
Missoula
The National Museum of Forest Service History (NMFSH) is a non-profit, privately operated, nationally recognized museum organization located in Missoula, Montana. The museum's mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the entire national history...
Jefferson City
Here, children and adults will enjoy a day roving through some of the most pristinely kept natural gardens, including roses, herbs, vegetables and the Children's Garden. Plus wildflower walk.
Deer Lodge
Wide open spaces, the hard-working cowboy, his spirited cow pony, and vast herds of cattle are among the strongest symbols of the American West. Once the headquarters of a 10 million acre cattle empire, Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site is a w...
Bozeman
Yellowstone Safari Company offers private Yellowstone Park wildlife tours and Lewis and Clark tours in Montana, Yellowstone National Park, and Grand Teton National Park.
West Glacier
A visit to Big Hole should begin at the visitor center. A film, museum, and book store provide an overview of the events that took place on the battlefield in August of 1877. During the summer months, ranger-guided activities take place daily. On Au...
West Glacier
Come and experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old thr...
Hamilton
Leave your stress behind! You will find this spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in southwest Montana and Idaho to be a priceless national heritage.
Mammoth
Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk. Preserved within Yellowstone National ...
Bogert City Park
(127 Miles)
Bozeman
Bogert Park is one of Bozeman's oldest and most used parks. Bogert has an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, a basketball court, playground equipment, a large open field, and a band shell that the city band uses for its Tuesday night concerts. T...
Dragon Hollow
(134 Miles)
Missoula
Dragon Hollow is a magical play land adjacent to A Carousel for Missoula in Missoula, Montana. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to do with kids in Montana
Missoula
An adrenaline rush for the whole family. A chance to strategize with Dad or your buddies. Learn Teamwork. Indoor and outdoor courses; Open Play, Private parties, Leagues, and Tournaments. All equipment provided or BYO.
Absarokee
Great fun for all ages on the beautiful Stillwater River! Whitewater/Scenic Rafting Trips Horseback/Rafting Combo Trips One & Two Person Kayaks
Pine City
Step out of the modern visitor center into the recreated world of 1804, where you can stop at the Ojibwe encampment and learn how the seasonal living of the Ojibwe changed when Europeans arrived.
West Yellowstone
The Yellowstone Historic Center was created as a nonprofit organization to protect, preserve, and display the rich travel history of Yellowstone National Park. We hope you'll visit our historic 10-acre Oregon Short Line Terminus Historic District. Yo...
Missoula
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Victor
Qwivals is an action-packed entertainment park offering fun for the entire family. Featuring Miniature Golf, Go-Kart Rides, Bodacious Bumper Cars, Moon Jumpers, Water Wars, Corn Maze, Haunted Attractions, Gelateria & Pizza Parlour and Birthday Partie...
Camp Jellystone
(138 Miles)
Missoula
We're happy to welcome you to Jellystone Park™ in Missoula, Montana. We are conveniently located in the heart of Big Sky Country, on the road to beautiful Glacier Park and majestic Yellowstone Park. Our Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort is ...
Hungry Horse
Situated just nine miles west of Glacier National Park in northwest Montana's Flathead Valley, family-owned Timber Wolf Resort offers camping accommodations to suit nearly any taste—from primitive tent camping and basic & full hook-up RV sites, to ...

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