Area Attractions

Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in Billings, Montana’s Trailhead.


If you yearn for outdoor adventure, Billings provides nearly limitless opportunities thanks to our pristine lands, scenic beauty, and rugged, rustic charm. If you’re interested in cultural events, Billings will astound you with its impressive selection of music, theater, museums and dining.

Full service salon with all hair services, nail services, waxing, permanent make up, facials and pedicures.

1447 Grand Ave
Billings, MT 59102

In 1987, the Alberta Bair Theater became a reality. Created with a dream of bringing the excitement of the performing arts to the people of the Northern Rockies and to enhance the quality of life in Billings, the Alberta Bair Theater has added a very special dimension to our lives that cannot be satisfied in any other way.

As a presenter the Alberta Bair Theater has set a standard for excellence in the Intermountain West. In its brief history, the Alberta Bair Theater has brought to audiences the finest performers in every discipline of the performing arts, including classical and popular music, country music and jazz, opera, ballet, modern and ethnic dance, comedy, drama and musical theater. The Alberta Bair Theater has made Billings an integral part of the routing of major national and international artists and attractions in the United States and in the world.

Recognizing its role throughout our community, the Alberta Bair Theater is a home for a wealth of important cultural organizations that are nurtured by our audiences and a mecca for over ten thousand school children who discover the finest and most exciting performing arts experiences annually.

The Alberta Bair Theater can achieve its goal of touching all members of the community only be acknowledging the wealth of talent available to the theater, by offering an outlet to this creative power and through your generous support.

For information on current events at the theater and other regional theatrical and musical events, call the Alberta Bair Theater ticket office at 256-6052.

2801 3rd Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101

AMC theater offering 10 screens with matinee's and evening showtimes daily.

2456 Central Ave
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 656-2041

14 screen movie theater in Shiloh Crossing development. Call or check online for movie times.

1001 Shiloh Crossing Blvd
Billings, MT 59108
(406) 652-1105

The Amusement Park Drive-in is the old Park Drive-in from downtown Cody, Wyoming, which opened in 1946 and ran thru 2003. We then tore down the wood screen tower and hauled it to Billings. We rebuilt it during 2004 and 2005 and opened it in July 2005.

Showing movies on both sides of it is our own concept. The front projection booth is a caboose. The caboose is a 1909 wooden model that I have owned for 20 years. My friend and projectionist, Charles Caron, and I have moved it 4 times through the years. My wife would bring it up every time we had a disagreement "and we have a caboose!" So I had to use it. The back projection booth is a 1938 truck that I bought out of the Billings Gazette for $300.00 and rebuilt in our shop, just to be different.

Our amusement park consists of rides we used on the carnival and we are working on adding more this summer.

This drive-in has been a labor of love for my family and friends so that your family can enjoy a true American family experience.

We will see you "Under the stars"

7335 Mossmain Ln
Billings, MT 59106
(406) 245-3212

Arthouse Cinema and Pub is a non-profit all ages independent movie theater located in the heart of downtown Billings, MT.

109 N. 30th St.
Billings, MT 59101

The Babcock Theater is an 800 seat historic theater in downtown Billings available for film, lecture, and live performances.

2810 1/2 2nd Ave N
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 259-7123

777 15th St. West
Billings, MT 59102

Immerse yourself in the relaxing surroundings of Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. The canyon offers a diversified landscape of forest, mountains, upland prairie, deep canyons, broad valleys, high desert, lake and wetlands. Since the creation of the recreation area, people have been able to find tranquil settings to better explore recreation, nature, wildlife, and history.

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area was established by an act of Congress on October 15, 1966, following the construction of the Yellowtail Dam by the Bureau of Reclamation. This dam, named after the famous Crow chairman Robert Yellowtail, harnessed the waters of the Bighorn River and turned this variable stream into a magnificent lake.

Bighorn Lake extends approximately 71 miles through Wyoming and Montana, 55 miles of which are held within spectacular Bighorn Canyon. The Recreation Area is composed of 120,000+ acres, which straddles the northern Wyoming and southern Montana borders. There are two visitor centers and other developed facilities in Fort Smith, Montana and near Lovell, Wyoming. The Afterbay Lake below the Yellowtail Dam is a good spot for trout fishing and wildlife viewing for ducks, geese and other animals. The Bighorn River below the Afterbay Dam is a world class trout fishing area.

5 Avenue B
Fort Smith, MT 59035-7458

At the Billings Escape Room, we’ll put you in the middle of an adventure. Sometimes you have to escape before times run out. Other times you might need to accomplish a set of goals. Consequently, this may require some problem solving or overcoming physical challenges. All the answers and tools that you’ll need are found inside the game, so you don’t need to be an expert to have a great time.

2593 Overland Ave
Billings, MT 59102

BLS sells cattle every week on Thursdays for all classes. The 4th weekend of each month, BLS becomes the “Horse Selling Capital of Western America.” 500 to 1100 head sell on any given weekend.

The Northern Livestock Video Auction base operation is also located at BLS. Several video sales a year are staged to an international market.

One of the oldest, continuous livestock auctions in America, BLS is a great tribute to its pioneer founders.

2443 N. Frontage Rd.
Billings, MT 59101

The Billings Motorcycle Club ("BMC") was established in 1914 in Billings, Montana. For nearly 100 years, Billings has remained on the leading edge of motorcycling.

The club promotes a variety of competitive and non-competitive events each year. These range from club member only rides, such as the Easter Egg and Treasure Hunt for the kids, to motocross and arena cross events, cross country events, flat track events, up to the club's signature event, the Great American Championship Motorcycle Hill Climb.

BMC is a member driven organization, with over 350 member families helping the club on a volunteer basis produce more than 20 competitive events per year, maintain the club-owned property and serve as ambassadors to the local community and region. It is a rare situation where such a large organization can function without paid management, but such is the case for BMC, where all club functions are handled by the BMC Board and its membership on a volunteer basis. Because of the volunteer nature of the club, the number of club memberships is limited.

Rev up at Billings Motorcycle Club. A calendar of events can be found listed on BMC's website:

3630 Old Blue Creek Road
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 656-9960

History was made on Tuesday, May 4, 1948, when the Mustangs and Salt Lake City Bees played the first game of organized professional baseball ever to be staged in Billings. Billings Mayor H.E. Biddinger threw out the ceremonial first pitch in front of 3,280 fans who braved near freezing temperatures. Gene Brocker's long double in the ninth inning scored Kenny Jensen from first base, providing the visitors from Salt Lake City with a narrow, 3-2, victory and spoiling the Mustangs home opener.

The Mustangs finished that inaugural season in last place. But the next season they finished second and made the playoffs. In 1964, the league was downgraded to short-season rookie league status and Billings dropped out of the Pioneer League. The Mustangs returned to the league in 1969 and won back-to-back championships in 1972 and '73. In all, the Mustangs have won 14 Pioneer League titles, more than any other team in the Pioneer League. The last championship came in 2003, with field manager Rick Burleson leading the club.

The year 2009 will mark the 36th consecutive year the Mustangs have been affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds, one of the longest running player development relationships in professional baseball. As Billings started the 2009 season, 12 former Mustangs were on the Reds 40-man roster; Edwin Encarnacion, Joey Votto, Jay Bruce, Paul Janish, Adam Rosales, Chris Dickerson, Carlos Fisher, Ramon Ramirez, Josh Roenicke, Craig Tatum, Juan Francisco and Sam LeCure all played for the Mustangs. Other current Major League players who wore a Mustangs uniform include Adam Dunn, Austin Kearns, Jason LaRue, Ray King, Todd Coffey, Ben Broussard, Aaron Boone, B.J. Ryan, Trevor Hoffman, Dewayne Wise, and Corky Miller.

Other notable alumni include: George Brett, Paul O'Neill, Tom Browning, Ron Oester, Gary Redus, Dick Stuart, Kurt Stillwell, Gorman Thomas, Reggie Sanders, Skeeter Barnes, Scott Williamson, Al Cowens, Kal Daniels, Rob Dibble, Lenny Harris, Ruppert Jones, Larry Rothschild, Larry Shepard, Scott Sullivan, Nick Esasky, Joe Oliver, Jack Armstrong, Tom Foley, Butch Henry, Jim Hickman, Reggie Jefferson, Don Wakamatsu and Danny Tartabull.

2611 9th Ave N
Billings, MT 59101

Billings Studio Theatre is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality entertainment at an affordable price. The Billings Studio Theatre was established in 1953.

The theatre has grown considerable since its early days and its modest beginnings. Over 500 volunteers involve themselves each year in all aspects of production and help mount a five show Main stage Season along with a major Fall production at the Alberta Bair Theater, special events, and experimental plays in its Dark Night Series. BST also showcases two Rocky Mountain College productions annually and hosts many community events.

In addition, BST operates a children's theatre, The Growing Stage, which creates an environment in which children of our community can explore and develop their talents and life skills. The Growing Stage offers a summer camp, classes, and three children's productions annually. The Growing Stage School began operation in September of 1996 with on-site classes, touring performances, and workshops in the schools.

Altogether, 30,000 individuals in Billings and surrounding communities enjoy participation at BST each year as audience members, artists, builders, supporters, students, etc. Because of BST, these people have the opportunity to learn new skills, grow creatively, meet new challenges, socialize, work cooperatively, and attend quality, affordable theatre performances.

1500 Rimrock Road
Billings, MT 59102

Since the first concert of The Billings Symphony Society in 1951, the organization’s mission has been to enhance the quality of life in this part of the Rocky Mountain Northwest by offering musical enlightenment and intellectual stimulation to traditional audiences, as well as those who are geographically isolated, economically challenged and culturally underserved.

Today, 58 years later, that mission remains the driving force behind The Billings Symphony Orchestra & Chorale (BSO&C), the only symphonic orchestra and chorale serving a regional population of 400,000 people located throughout south central Montana and northeastern Wyoming. The 135+ members of the BSO&C present an annual season from September through June, featuring six subscription concerts, two performances of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker with the accompaniment of a renowned ballet company, a New Year’s Eve event, four performances of a Free Family Concert and a free Symphony in the Park pops-style concert. Each season, The BSO&C perform for more than 35,000 people and introduce children, youth, adults, and seniors around the region to symphonic music and the performing arts through Explore Music!, its music education and community engagement program.

2721 2nd Ave N, Suite 350
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 252-3610

The BYO was established in September 2006 to improve the range and quality of orchestral opportunities for Billings’ youth. It is a privately funded, non-profit organization, modeled after similar youth orchestras found across the country. The program is open by audition to all area students, from preschool to college, including home schooled kids and students from outlying rural schools. Scholarships are available.

To sustain a high quality program while keeping tuition low, we rely on generous financial support from our community. This includes grants, corporate sponsorships, and private donations.

Since its inception, the BYO has expanded rapidly, creating a comprehensive program of orchestral education. Currently we have four orchestras, tailored for a broad range of abilities, from very young beginners to advanced high school and college students. As BYO members improve their skills, they advance from one orchestra to the next. At the highest level, we strive to prepare students for membership in a professional orchestra such as the Billings Symphony. To conduct and inspire our most advanced students, we are fortunate to have Shuichi Komiyama, who also directs the MSU Symphony in Bozeman. He is a highly respected international conductor, as well as an Emmy Award winning composer.

Each season commences with a September retreat, and includes two major concerts at the Alberta Bair Theater, as well as several other local performances. We also present educational outreach tours, performing in rural Montana schools.

The Billings Youth Orchestra is already becoming a magnet for the best young musicians in our region. Considering the talent and dedication of those musicians (and their conductors), and the enthusiastic support of our community, the BYO is destined to become a source of civic pride for Billings, and a core cultural institution for this part of Montana.

(406) 248-2200

Bitter Creek Outfitters offers scenic horseback trail riding adventures on the outskirts of Billings, MT. We offer you the unique opportunity to experience Montana's natural beauty in a most natural way - by horseback!

2400 Coburn Rd
Billings, MT 59104

A fun paint studio with step-by-step classes, delicious wine, beer, and cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere. Perfect for date nights, fundraisers, company gatherings and more!

1911 King Ave West Ste. 11
Billings, MT 59102

Specializing in full service hair, manicures, pedicures, lash extensions and introducing Billings' first Blow Dry Bar!

1603 Grand Ave Ste 115
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 969-6540

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center offers five fantastic museums under one roof!

The Buffalo Bill Museum examines both the personal and public lives of W.F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, and seeks to interpret his story in the context of the history and myth of the American West.

The Whitney Gallery of Western Art presents an outstanding collection of masterworks of the American West. Original paintings, sculptures and prints trace artistic interpretations of the West from the early 19th century to today.

The Plains Indian Museum features one of the country's largest and finest collections of Plains Indian art and artifacts. Explore the cultural histories, artistry and living traditions of Plains Indian peoples, including the Arapaho, Crow, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Comanche, Blackfeet, Sioux, Gros Ventre, Shoshone and Pawnee.

The Cody Firearms Museum contains the world's most comprehensive assemblage of American arms, as well as European arms dating to the 16th century.

The Draper Museum of Natural History integrates the humanities with natural sciences to interpret the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and adjacent intermountain basins.

The Harold McCracken Research Library advances the understanding, appreciation and study of the American West.

720 Sheridan Avenue
Cody, WY 82414

Centennial Ice Arena is the only ice-skating and hockey facility in Billings, Montana, and is home to the Billings Amateur Hockey League, Figure Skating Clubs, Adult Hockey and the Junior A Billings Bulls!

427 Bench Blvd.
Billings, MT 59105
(406) 256-1192

Situated within the Crow Reservation in south-central Montana, 40 minutes south of Billings, this park was the home of Plenty Coups, last chief of the Crow. This day-use park preserves the log home, sacred spring, and farmstead of Chief Plenty Coups. Plan at least an hour to walk the grounds and browse through the small visitor center that traces the story of Chief Plenty Coups' life, and of the chief's efforts to lead his people in adopting the lifestyle of the white man. For more information visit Note: this site is not affiliated with Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks.

A registered historic site, Garryowen, the only town within the Battlefield is located at I-90 Exit 514 just south of the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and Custer National Cemetery. The site is just one-hour’s drive from Billings, Montana or from Sheridan, Wyoming. The Battle of the Little Bighorn began on this quiet riverbank when 7th Cavalry troops attacked Sitting Bull's camp in the first military action of the West's most famous battle. This grassy riverbank is where Major Marcus Reno's troops attacked Sitting Bull's camp on the afternoon of June 25th, 1876 under Lt. Col. George A. Custer's command. For a century the battle was known as "Custer's Last Stand" or the "Custer Massacre.”

From Garryowen, visitors can view all of the famous locations associated with the Battle of the Little Bighorn, including the site where Custer was last seen alive, Major Reno's hilltop defense site, Weir Point, Last Stand Hill, Medicine Tail Coulee, the Crow's Nest, and Wolf Mountains.

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is the burial site of one of the first casualties of the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The granite tomb was dedicated during the Burial of the Hatchet Ceremony in 1926 at Garryowen, during the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn after the discovery of the Unknown Soldiers body when building the interstate. White Bull Sioux Indian and General Godfrey performed the ceremony in front of 50,000 observers. The Granite "Peace Memorial" behind the Tomb was dedicated on the 125th Anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

The town is now privately owned and operated by Christopher Kortlander. It is the site of the Custer Battlefield Museum, a Federal Post Office, Conoco Gas Station, convenience store, Subway sandwich shop, Historical Rarities and rest area.

The Custer Battlefield Museum houses extensive new exhibits including hundreds of Custer Battlefield artifacts from the Battle of the Little Bighorn and the Plains Indian War period.

Documentaries are shown hourly in the theatre adjacent to the museum and give logistical battle bearings to visitors before they begin the historical voyage through the Museum, then move on to the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Important Indian War period artifacts and manuscripts related to Custer, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, and the 7th Cavalry, as well as an acclaimed collection of highly historic photographs by D.F. Barry, are part of the exhibit. Preserved, for example, is the contract for Sitting Bull's appearance in the famous Buffalo Bill Wild West Show. This is the only contract signed by Sitting Bull known to exist.

The exhibit area houses a lock of Custer's Hair, Captain Tom W. Custer's Kerr revolver, Little Wolf's battle-worn eagle feather war bonnet, war clubs and trade knives, cavalry spurs and a U.S. Cavalry pistol dropped on the Reno retreat route - still fully loaded.

Significant collection of battle vintage beaded clothing on exhibit adds to bronzes, paintings, and other memorabilia to create an educational tour through the vanished American frontier.

For tourist and lodging information about Garryowen please feel free to call 406-638-1876.

Custer Battlefield Museum, Town Hall,
Garryowen, MT 59031

Botanical garden venue for weddings, reunions, memorial services, business and family gatherings. Seasonal tours and luncheons. Please call for availability.

DanWalt Gardens hosts a large selection of perennials zoned for the Billings Montana climate with splendid colors of Irises in early June to the multi-colored hardy hibiscus in August through September. Thousands of annuals and hanging baskets adorn the grounds.

• Conventions/Events Facilities & Services

• Tourist Attractions/Interests

720 Washington St
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 248-4003

The skate park is open to in-line skates, scooters, and skateboarders. No admission is charged. The park contains 14,000 square feet of ramps, rails, bowls, and other structures.

The crowning feature of the Downtown Billings Skate Park is the 'Head Over Heels' monument, a life-sized sculpture of a skateboarder performing a hand plant.


Representing professional quality art from the western United States. We strive to serve our clients with exceptional service, catering to first-time and established art collectors alike.

2501 Montana Ave. Ste. B
Billings, MT 59101

Four court indoor tennis facility with adult and junior programs plus special events. Private, semiprivate and group lessons available as well as permanent court time for year round play.

934 Lewis Ave
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 839-2896

Outdoor movie equipment and rentals.


Flatiron Gallery a Destination Gallery. Flatiron Gallery shows contemporary paintings, sculptures, and prints by regional artists with changing exhibits. Art Walks are the 1st Fridays, 5-9 p.m., of February, May, August, October, December. Flatiron Gallery is open Wednesday Evenings, 7-9 p.m. for community sharing of poems, essays, art, music. "The Ancient Order of Photographic Mysteries" meets every other Saturday at 1 p.m.

Photographic services are available.

2 Custer Avenue
Suite A
Billings, MT 59101

Four Dances is designated a Special Recreation Management Area. The area has native sagebrush/grassland, ponderosa pine in the rocky outcrop areas near the river cliffs, and Yellowstone River cottonwood riparian.

If you want the best views of the Yellowstone River this is your stop!

Coburn Road,
Billings, MT 59107

Geyser Park is the place to have fun with your family and friends for entertainment. Enjoy mini-golf outside and full arcade inside!


Harry Koyama Fine Art is the studio/gallery of Montana native Harry Koyama. Mr. Koyama specializes in oil paintings of western wildlife, Native American subjects as well as local landscapes. The business is located in the historic district in downtown Billings. An impressionist painter, Koyama's work is being shown throughout the western states.

2509 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT 59101

In Good Glazes , Where Anyone Can Be Creative, is Your Contemporary Studio for ceramics, throwing wheels, mosaics, Wined Up Art and More! Projects range from $5 to $89. Ages 9 months to 109. Birthday parties and family time are our specialties!

2010 Grand Avenue, Ste. 5
Billings, MT 59102

This 64-acre reservoir is a popular swimming, boardsailing, non-motorized boating, and fishing area. The park is 183 acres in size at an elevation of 3,199 feet. The site offers flush and vault toilets, disabled fishing pier, showers, change rooms, picnic tables, trashcans, drinking water, a 1.4-mile hiking/nature trail, public phone and special events during the summer months. Day use fees are charged from Memorial Day through Labor Day: for non-resident visitors, the day use fee is $5 per vehicle.

Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks
2300 Lake Elmo Drive
Billings, MT 59105
(406) 247-2940

This area memorializes one of the last armed efforts of the Northern Plains Indians to preserve their way of life. Here in 1876, 263 soldiers and attached personnel of the U.S. Army, including Lt. Col. George A. Custer, met death at the hands of several thousand Lakota and Cheyenne warriors.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is the site of the June 25, 1876 battle between the U.S. Army's 7th cavalry and several bands of Lakota Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho.


Our new salon includes a customer lounge, lash lounge, hair design stations, massage & double massage rooms, manicure and pedicure room, permanent cosmetics, microblading, and clinical skin care.

2105 Central Ave
Suite 200
Billings, MT 59102

Perfectly located adjacent to the Yellowstone River, the Montana Audubon Center offers over a mile of walkable trails, ADA accessible Shepard Nature Play Space (completed May 16, 2015), a variety of nature programs for all ages and Open House for the public 2-4pm every Sunday year round. Trails and Nature Play Space open to the public 7 days a week during daytime hours.

To book a program or for more information call 294-5099 or go to our website

Our mission is to help sustain the natural heritage of the Yellowstone River watershed through education and research designed to engage individuals and communities in the active care of their environment.

7026 S. Billings Blvd
Billings, MT 59101

A committee was formed in 1998 to establish a permanent memorial to Montana professional cowboys and cowgirls who achieve national recognition in the sport of rodeo. The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame was formed to honor the achievements of Montana professional rodeo participants. The larger than life bronze statue, sculpted by Western Artist R. F. Rains, depicts ban Mortensen, six-time World Champion Bronc Rider riding Tee Box. The statue was unveiled October 15, 2002, along with the memorial wall containing the names of previous professional rodeo champions. The statue is located at the entrance to the MetraPark Arena located on the Yellowstone County Fairgrounds in Billings, Montana. There is no admission, and it can be viewed 24 hours a day as the statue and memorial wall are well lighted.

To be built in 2009 is a second monument wall that will recognize all Montana PRCA cowboys and cowgirls who have (1) qualified to compete in the NFR, (2) won a Montana Circuit Championship, (3) Rodeo legends, (4) Miss Rodeo Montana, (5) Rodeo Committees, and (6) Contract Personnel.

Available are 12 x 12 granite blocks of Montana Ranch Brands that will be placed on the exterior wall of the Rimrock Auto Arena. Proceeds from the sale of these brand blocks will fund the construction of the second wall, and then ongoing funds to be placed into the Scholarship Endowment Fund.


Step into history with a one-hour guided tour of the Moss Mansion Historic House Museum. The tour captures early turn-of-the-century life as the Preston Boyd Moss family lived it. Visitors see original draperies, fixtures, furniture, Persian carpets and artifacts displayed in the 1903 red sandstone structure. Designed by the New York architect, Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, designer of the original Waldorf Astoria, Plaza Hotels, Willard Hotel, and Copley Hotel. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Moss Mansion has been included as a chapter in the book Great American Homes, published by Reader's Digest, on the A & E Network program on America's Castles entitled Frontier Castles, and in the National Geographic Guide to America's Great Houses.

914 Division St.
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 256-5100

The purpose of the Museum of Women's History:
To establish a museum for the preservation of women's history; To provide for study and research activities and for the dissemination of information about women's history; To facilitate the understanding of historical processes and events from the perspective of women; To accept and display artifacts which depict or illustrate the evolution of women's history.

The Museum of Women’s History was founded in May 1995 at Montana State University-Billings by Dorothy McLaughlin with the support of Chancellor Ronald Sexton. The Museum's first location was in the basement of McMullen Hall at Montana State University-Billings. The Museum quickly outgrew its space at the University and moved to the present downtown Billings location where it now has more room for exhibits, archives, and artifacts. There is also a research library and Museum office.

The Museum is open to everyone and the exhibits proudly reflect the lives of women everywhere -- not just Montana. It is a museum of all ages, for all ages. Exhibits feature women from all walks of life, all professions, all ethnic groups and perspectives locally and internationally. Admission is free and donations are gratefully accepted.

2822 3rd Ave N # B3
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 248-2015

The whole body cryotherapy industry has been in the USA about 6 years, but has been used in Europe for over 30 years. We are fortunate to have one of the only 3 minute hyper-cooling cryochambers in the northwest region of the United States. Used for chronic pain management for auto immune diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, and MS, as well as athletic & fitness recovery & performance, this is one stop visitors are not going to want to miss.

805 24th Street W #4
Billings, MT 59102

The Department of Art coordinates everyday access to the Northcutt Steele Gallery, located on the first floor of the Liberal Arts Building on the Montana State University Billings main campus. The gallery features a variety of exhibitions including the annual art faculty exhibition, juried student exhibition and individual artist exhibitions of national, regional and area significance. Three other art collections are maintained and shown at various times: Permanent Art Collection, Opal Leonard Collection of Chinese and Japanese Art and the Ben Steele Collection of Prisoner of War drawings and paintings.

Montana State University
Billings, MT 59101

Join us at Oasis for the "cool" water! Weather permitting the water features will be open daily from noon-7pm June 4 through August 24, 2016. A project of the non-profit Better Billings Foundation in collaboration with Harvest Church, Oasis is Billings' and the surrounding area’s most extensive out door aquatic facility. With more amenities and opportunities for family fun this exhilarating public facility provides enjoyment for all ages. As an organization we value potential, our desire is that families and youth will recreate and exercise together to improve their overall quality of life. Families just do better when the hang out together and Oasis is a great place to do just that!

543 Aronson Avenue
Billings, MT 59105

An Ag Wall Street! Auctions occurring regularly of cattle, hogs, sheep and more!

1802 Minnesota Ave.
Billings, MT 59101

Photo Booth Billings brings photo booth experiences to events to provide instant entertainment as well as long lasting keepsakes.


First there was the land, the mountains and the rivers. Humans are but recent newcomers to this place now called Montana. However, when and how they arrived is still a mystery. Pictograph Cave State Park is a place to contemplate the origins of human habitation of Montana.

The pictographs are more than 2,100 years old. Their interpretations are still subject to great debate. Do they simply document hunts, or do they honor people or their scripts? The images of animals, warriors and even rifles tell a story that has lasted thousands of years. The three main caves - Pictograph, Middle, and Ghost cave complex was home to generations of prehistoric hunters. They were carved from the Eagle sandstone cliff by the forces of water and wind erosion. The first major discovery of artifacts and paintings in the caves was made in 1936.

Approximately 30,000 artifacts, ranging from stone tools, weapons, paintings and the instruments used, have been identified from the site. The red, black and white pigments used provide key information and evidence suggesting that the caves were first used by nomadic hunters seeking shelter. The artifacts discovered allow researchers to pinpoint which peoples used the caves and when they inhabited the region.

The park has paved trails to the caves, with interpretative displays along the route identifying and explaining the natural features, the prehistoric paintings and vegetation found in the area. The Pictograph Cave is the deepest of the three main caves, at approximately 160 feet wide and 45 feet deep. Visitors are advised to bring binoculars to get a better view of the rock art. Allow at least an hour to complete the pleasant .25-mile loop of the ancient rock paintings. Also an excellent site for bird watching. There are picnic facilities available for day use only, but no camping is permitted.

It is a National Historic Landmark. The park is 23 acres in size and 3,500 feet in elevation. It offers vault toilets, grills/fire rings, picnic tables, trashcans, and drinking water.

Bikes are not permitted on the trails, and the trails and cave are not disabled accessible (only the restroom, water fountain, and parking area.) Binoculars are very helpful in viewing the pictographs.

For non-resident visitors, the day use fee is $5 per vehicle.

Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks
Billings, MT 59105

During his return trip to St. Louis, William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition climbed the Pillar and carved his signature and the date in the sandstone. Clark wrote, “This rock I ascended and from it’s top had a most extensive view in every direction on the Northerly Side of the river high romantic Clifts approach & jut over the water for Some distance both above and below...I marked my name and the day of the month and year."

While archeological digs and other recent research have uncovered artifacts that may have been left by the Corps of Discovery, Clark’s inscription is still the only remaining physical evidence of Lewis and Clark’s passing visible on their actual route. This historic carving on the sandstone butte that Clark called a “remarkable rock” has inspired generations of visitors for more than 100 years.

In his journals, Clark named the Pillar "Pomp’s Tower." Pomp was Clark’s nickname for young Baptiste Charbonneau, infant son of Sacagawea, the Shoshoni woman who accompanied the expedition and contributed greatly to its success. An image of Sacagawea carrying young Pompy adorns the United States golden dollar coin. Pompy means little chief in the Shoshoni language. The name was changed to Pompeys Pillar when an account of the Expedition was published by Nicolas Biddle in 1814.

Pompeys Pillar was proclaimed a national monument in January 2001. Prior to its monument status, it was a designated national historic landmark in 1965. It is located along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.


Pompeys Pillar is a rock outcropping that rises 200 feet above the Yellowstone River 30 miles east of Billings. Pompeys Pillar is like a sandstone history book that reads like a who's who of western frontier history. Look on the rock face for the remains of animal drawings created by people who used the area for rendezvous, campsites, and hunting. In 1806 Captain William Clark carved his signature and the date in this rock. It is the only site on the trail where visible evidence of the Lewis and Clark Expedition may be viewed by the public.

Interpretive tours are available.

Admittance Rate: $3.00/vehicle Starting Memorial Day weekend and ending at the end of September.


Rebels and Razors outperforms any Barber in Billings Montana. The experience and the atmosphere is the reason why so many people keep coming back again and again, and they ALWAYS have something nice to say. All it takes is one haircut, and you won’t go anywhere else.

118 N. Broadway
Billings, MT 59101

Rose Park is a multi-use recreational facility featuring basketball and horseshoe courts, picnic sites/shelters, jogging trails, public restrooms, a playground, soccer, football, rugby, softball, and baseball fields, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a wading pool and sand volleyball courts. Rose Park also has waterslides open after Memorial Day each year, weather permitting.
Full service day spa & hair salon featuring massage, spa, skin, nail & hair services in a relaxing environment. Aveda Lifestyle Salon.

1504 24th Street W.
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 655-1701

At Sartorie Farms, we grow and sell a gamut of fresh veggies. We are your Billings Heights source for farm fresh produce and family fun too! Sartorie Farms offers loads of fun and affordable activities for everyone, such as hayrides, bon fires, parties & picnics, and so much more!

1880 Hawthorne Lane
Billings, MT 59105

Skate World is your place for parties, family entertainment, and safe fun!

Hours of operation vary, call Skate World, or visit: to view a current schedule.

29th St. West and Rosebud Dr.
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 652-1249

South Park features basketball and horseshoe courts, public restrooms, picnic sites/shelters, BBQ's, a playground, a swimming pool, tennis courts, wading pool, softball and baseball fields.
Brought to life in 2005 SteepWorld is over 2500 square feet of climbing gym with a gear shop to supply all your climbing needs as well as a few extras. We’d love to help you find the equipment/toys you need, host your party, teach you to climb, or just provide you with a great place to get in shape.

208 N. 13st St.
Billings, MT 59101

Swords Rimrock Park and Black Otter Trail feature historic sites, scenic drives, jogging trails, a bike path and underdeveloped nature areas.

Download Swords Rimrock Park Trail Map

Learn more about the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site
Whether you seek a day of escape or the latest in aesthetic enhancement, Tallman Dermatology and Medical Spa offers the ultimate experience – a convergence of traditional dermatology and the rejuvenating and healing of a medical spa. Led by Board Certified Dermatologist, Philip Tallman MD, the clinic treats psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, acne, allergic and contact dermatitis, and infections of the skin, as well as surgical treatments for benign and cancerous skin growths.

To help you look your best, we offer years of experience in Fraxel laser treatment, GentleLASE laser hair reduction, rosacea treatment, a wide range of other treatments and products including Botox® and dermal fillers, laser tattoo removal, and treatment for leg spider veins. For those seeking a relaxing setting of natural beauty, the spa specializes in traditional treatments and medically proven cosmetic procedures in a private, professional setting for many skin conditions.

2294 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 294-9515

The Grand Escape Room is a real-life escape game for small groups of people. The common goal is to escape from the locked room in under 60 minutes by finding clues hidden within the room.

THE GRAND ESCAPE ROOM is challenging for all ages. The best chance of escaping in time requires working together as a team. Players will quickly learn to think outside the box as they communicate and observe the hidden clues that build toward their escape. Will you be able to escape in time? Plan your escape today!

801 14th St. W. Space A
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 860-8243

511 N. 30th St.
Billings, MT 59101

A unique concert venue and taproom in historic downtown Billings.

2502 1st Ave. North
Billings, MT 59101

The Reef Indoor Water Park is the largest indoor water park in the state of Montana; it’s as large as a football field! Come speed down the Barracuda Blaster or The Tropical Twister, which are three stories high! Afterwards, take a refreshing dip in the wave pool. For those parents who just want to relax, we have a 25-person hot tub. If you’re hungry check out Ripp’s Café, it has an assortment of food, pizza, hot dogs and novelty ice cream.

There is something for everyone at The Reef Indoor Water Park!

1801 Majestic Lane
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 839-9283

824 Shiloh Crossing Blvd. #1
Billings , MT 59102

The Sandstone Gallery displays and sells art by Montana artists in a variety of styles and media. Included are paintings in oils, watercolor and multimedia, photography, sculpture, ceramics, fused glass, etchings, engravings, drawings and jewelry. Styles range from western to contemporary.

2913 2nd Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101

Family friendly ten lane indoor shooting range with firearm rentals,sales,and a full service shooting related retail area

1020 Central Ave, Ste 4
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 294-5711

Welcome to Billings! This is a great place to start your journey; stop in and talk with a local volunteer for guidance, materials, and assistance.
Before you leave, be sure to snap a photo by Bison Mural and the cattle drive monument!

815 S 27th St
Billings , MT 59101
(406) 252-4016

The Western Heritage Center is a regional museum whose collections, exhibits and programs tell the stories of life in the Yellowstone River Valley. Located in historic downtown Billings, the building that houses the Western Heritage Center is the former Parmly Billings Memorial Library, a Richardsonian Romanesque structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Accredited by the American Association of Museums and an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the Western Heritage Center provides both long term and changing exhibits with interactive components, as well as educational programs for visitors of all ages. The museum cares for over 16,000 artifacts and an extensive collection that illustrates and documents the history of the Yellowstone River Valley.

Guided tours are available for groups with reservations.

2822 Montana Avenue
Billings, MT 59101

Welcome to Western Romance Company. Our goal is to provide authentic western activities and events for everyone. For all individuals, families and company parties, come experience the West at its Best! From the adventurous Rocky Mountains to the rolling Montana plains, our wagons, horses, equipment, chefs, entertainers, and livestock have provided an arsenal of entertainment and adventure cowboy style. We are locally owned and operated. We invite you to browse our website for your next activity in and around the Billings, Montana area.

3512 Boothill Rd.
Huntley , MT 59037
(406) 348-2048

The Yellowstone Art Museum (YAM) was founded in 1964 in the former Yellowstone County Jail building and is the first museum in Montana to move beyond Wild West nostalgia and focus on progressive contemporary artists. From a small staff of one and a budget of just a few thousand, today the YAM operates with 18 FTEs and a $1.8 million annual budget.

The YAM is a nationally recognized accredited museum through the American Alliance of Museums–one of only 2% of museums in the country to share this honor–and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014, having offered over 600 exhibitions over 50 years. The YAM serves about 45,000 people on and off-site every year. The YAM now has over 50,000 square feet of space in two buildings in downtown Billings. The secondary building known as the Visible Vault is the first facility of its kind in the region, where the art storage vault and behind-the-scenes functions may be viewed by the public. Both of these beautiful buildings are also available to rent if you're planning a convention, meeting, wedding reception, or a gathering with friends.

The permanent collection numbers about 7,500 objects, including the Montana Collection, the largest collection in the world relating to author-illustrator Will James, and the Poindexter Collection of New York Abstract Expressionism. Notable Montana-affiliated artists represented in the collection include Anne Appleby, Rudy Autio, John Buck, Deborah Butterfield, Russell Chatham, three members of the De Weese family, Edith Freeman, Will James, Isabelle Johnson, Tracy Linder, Richard Notkin, Kevin Red Star, C. M. Russell, Joseph Henry Sharp, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Harold Schlotzhauer, Bently Spang, Bill Stockton, Peter Voulkos, Theodore Waddell, Patrick Zentz, and many others. Selections from the permanent collection are always on view in Boundless Visions, the only exhibition in the state that tells the story of art’s growth in Montana.

The YAM hosts a contemporary art auction and a summer arts and crafts fair each year. In 1995, the YAM received the Montana Governor’s Award for Service to the Arts and continues to provide curriculum-based art education onsite and through outreach programs within and beyond Yellowstone County, including a longstanding active program on the Crow reservation.

The YAM is open year-round, six days a week. It is closed on Mondays and selected national holidays. Eight to ten new temporary exhibitions open each year. The YAM offers two dozen special adult programs throughout the year, and both school-based and family-oriented children’s programs. The YAM continues to retain its place as the leading contemporary art museum in the state of Montana.

401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT 59101

Yellowstone County Museum was organized in 1953 and sits atop the rims at Logan International Airport overlooking the city of Billings and the scenic Yellowstone River Valley. Entrance to the more than 15,000 artifacts representing the area’s history is through a pioneer log cabin. The museum is free of charge and open 11 months of the year. It is truly a treasure chest of Montana's past and is supported by funding from Yellowstone County and private donations.

A wealthy cattleman’s den, a log cabin, built in Billings in 1892, houses a collection of items from the Yellowstone Valley. Included in the collection a ‘Roundup Wagon’ or ‘Chuck Wagon’ a sheep wagon, Native American artifacts, and cowboy and western artifacts. The museum is much larger than it appears as over 5,000 square feet of display area is located in the lower level.

1950 Terminal Circle
Billings, MT 59105

Drag strip hosting multiple events. Check out our website for more details!

1415 S 32nd St W
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 669-3300

Keep Not Standing Fixed and Rooted, Briskly Venture, Briskly Roam...

Luther Sage (Yellowstone) Kelly was one of the most notable American veterans, scouts, and warriors of his time. Born to an affluent family in upstate New York, Kelly obtained a fine education, but yearned for the adventure of the Wild West. Sitting back and waiting was not part of Kelly’s character, so at the age of 16, Kelly lied about his age, enlisted in the military, and the adventures of Yellowstone Kelly began.

Yellowstone Kelly was an authentic character of the American West. His real-life adventures have inspired many articles, books and even a Hollywood movie. He was a scholar and author, a veteran of 3 wars, an exceptional hunter and trader, and a key player in scouting and taming the Wild West. His friends and confidants included the likes of Col. Nelson A. Miles, “Buffalo Bill” Cody, and President Teddy Roosevelt. His travels and military assignments took him from New York to the Dakotas and Montana, and from Alaska to the Philippines before retiring to a quieter life in California. In his twilight years, Luther Sage “Yellowstone” Kelly requested to have his body buried in the land where his restless spirit had experienced its greatest adventures, stating
“I feel my body will rest better in Montana, the scene of my earlier activities, than it would in the vastness of Arlington, where I purposed having it laid.”

Would you like to know more? Read “Yellowstone Kelly from New York to Paradise”, an award-winning article by Jerry Keenan published in the Summer 1990 issue of Montana – The Magazine of Western History a publication of the Montana Historical Society.

Learn more about the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site Project

Watch a video about the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site

Swords Rimrock Park

Welcome to Yellowstone National Park!

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 Park are Old Faithful and a collection of the world's most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

(307) 344-7381

Experience wild Montana at the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary! Our organization provides lifelong sanctuary to non-releasable native Montana wildlife while sharing a message of conservation and education. Visit our walk-through facility any time of year to discover and learn about wildlife such as black bears, foxes, wolves, birds of prey, mountain lions, bison, and more. Check our website and Facebook page for updates on hours, prices, events, tours, and education programs. See you soon!

Formerly known as Beartooth Nature Center

615 2nd St E
Red Lodge, MT

At the heart of ZÊN Wellness is our bodywork therapy experience. We believe in providing an educated, balanced, and consistent plan of care for our clients in order to meet their relaxation, emotional and physical bodywork therapy goals. With over 14 years of experience in numerous modalities, ZÊN Bodywork is the premier bodywork center of Billings, Montana and the surrounding area.

2522 Downer Lane
Billings, MT 59102

ZooMontana is the regions only Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited zoo. With over 70-acres, the zoo is home to both native and non-native species, specializing in northern-latitude animals. Visitors can admire animals in a natural setting, housed in state-of-the-art exhibits. The zoo currently hosts over 80,000 visitors annually and is one of the region’s most popular tourist attractions. Major exhibits include Amur Tigers, River Otters, Grizzly Bear, Big Horn Sheep, Wolverine, Grey Wolves, Red Pandas, Sika Deer, Bald Eagle, Pygmy Marmoset, and a turn of the century homestead stead house and barn. Visitors can also enjoy the Sensory Garden, one of many botanical gardens located at ZooMontana. The zoo offers a unique space available for family reunions, company picnics, retreats, birthday parties and weddings.
It is ZooMontana’s mission to; create for our visitors an enjoyable and recreation experience while fostering an appreciation for wildlife through education and conservation.


view forecast

View All
Powered by
Text Us