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  1. Riverfront Park

    Set your GPS to 7277-7337 State Secondary Hwy 416 and get ready to explore one of Billings’ most beautiful parks. Just a brief drive from your hotel in Billings, Riverfront Park offers a trail system for running, walking and urban hiking. It’s also popular with birders and photographers, especially in the spring months when the…

  2. Yellowstone County Museum

    A little log cabin was turned into a county museum, and inside you’ll hear tales of the early days. Native American populations from decades past and pioneers from the old days come to life at 1950 Terminal Circle. Known as “the museum on the rim,” the McCormick Cabin treats visitors to an immersive experience of…

  3. Don Your Green, It’s St. Paddy’s Day!

      Billings goes all out for St. Patrick’s Day, starting with the annual parade March 17th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. A tradition for more than 30 years, it features 100 floats, live music, marching bands, collector cars and much more. The culmination in an outdoor Celtic Fair starts the holiday weekend right with…

  4. You Can Access the MSU Rec Center

    Looking for a fun, affordable way to stay fit while visiting Billings? The local MSU Rec Center offers a day pass for any visitor for just $5, or a month-long aquatic center and general public membership for just $22. You don’t need to have a connection to MSU in order to qualify, and the aquatic…

  5. Reserve Your Billings Table for Valentine’s Day

    Nothing compares to the wild beauty of Montana for Valentine’s Day, and Billings has some fantastic restaurants for you and your special someone. Book a table at Lilac, located at 2515 Montana Ave. The small tapas plates feature creative American cuisine, and locally-sourced ingredients are always highlighted. Try the jicama tacos, steamed clams, or share…

  6. Moss Mansion Museum

    No trip to Billings is complete without exploring the Moss Mansion Museum at 914 Division St. Located in the heart of Billings, the red-stoned mansion was constructed at the turn of the last century by Preston Boyd Moss and Martha Ursula Woodson Moss. The Moss’s were Missouri transplants and said, “There is more happening in…

  7. Best Soup in Town

    January in Billings can get a little chilly, but nothing can beat the winter freeze like a cup of scratch-made soup. Pickle Barrel is famous for their hot subs, but don’t forget about their sizzling soups. Located at 3225 Rosebud Dr., they have a different soup daily to complement their sandwiches and salads. The local…

  8. Don’t Miss Rent January 11th!

    In 1996, a rock musical changed Broadway. Rent features original music from what was once an unknown composer, Jonathan Larson. It became a Broadway staple and connects with audiences of all ages around the world. Winner of a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award and now in its 22nd year, Rent comes to Billings for just…

  9. Your Billings NYE Guide

    You don’t need to have little ones in tow to enjoy the Noon Year’s Eve event at ZooMontana. Take a walk on the wild side and enjoy a countdown to the New Year at noon. For those with children, it’s a great way to celebrate as a family while still being able to tuck the…

  10. Best Sledding Spots in Town

    Your Billings hotel is close to some pretty sweet snow play and sledding spots, but how can a visitor know where to go? Depend on the locals for the best kept secrets, like Sacajawea Park for some gentle hills and rollers great for kids of all ages (and adults, too!). Also check out the Rimrock…

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