Whether you have a few hours or several days in Billings, be sure to make the most of your time by including some of Billings’ regional must-sees.
Make your next tour so much more with this impressive line-up.
129 miles/208 km from Billings
America’s first national park is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk with a collection of the world’s most extraordinary geysers and hot springs.
65 miles/106 km from Billings
This legendary pass, just west of Red Lodge, Montana, is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, weather permitting, and is the most scenic entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
60 miles/97 km from Billings
Take in history on the grounds where it originally took place; the Sioux and Cheyenne battled Custer and the U.S. Army’s 7th Cavalry in one of the last efforts to preserve the native way of life.
85 miles/137 km from Billings
Revel in a truly diversified landscape of forest, mountains, upland prairie, deep canyons, broad valleys, high desert, lake and wetlands. Bighorn Lake extends approximately 71 miles through Wyoming and Montana. The Bighorn River below the Afterbay Dam offers world class trout fishing.
30 miles/48 km from Billings
Witness some of the only remaining physical evidence of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, plus breathtaking views of the Yellowstone River Valley and a terrific interpretive center.
Immerse yourself in Native American history at the Yellowstone County Museum or visit Chief Plenty Coups State Park. For a modern art experience, take in the latest exhibit at the Yellowstone Art Museum. Embrace Western culture from the rodeo stands or take the reins yourself in a rustic horseback riding experience.
As the largest city in the state, Billings is a vibrant urban destination on the edge of Montana’s wild frontier with truly local flavor, diverse shopping, and award-winning cuisine, arts and culture.
Sandstone bluffs surrounding the city are known as the Rimrocks and estimated to be at least 70 million years old. They are part of the Eagle Sandstone formation and were originally the delta of an ancient sea.
Billings is home to Montana’s only walkable brewery district. Indulge in award–winning beer and spirits with six breweries and two distilleries, all within an easy 1.5 mile loop in historic downtown.
Runs through Billings
The Yellowstone River is the longest free flowing river in the lower 48 states and a beautiful place to enjoy. Take a leisurely walk or cast in a line - either way, the river cannot be missed.
Billings Logan International Airport provides non-stop service to ten major cities. Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St.Paul, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, and Seattle.
3,126 feet above sea level.
Nearly 5,000 sleeping rooms available, in addition to nearby camping and RV parking.
Mild year-round with low humidity. Average highs of 87 degrees in July and 32 degrees in January. Average snowfall is 56" and average rainfall is 13.89".