Things to do in Billings
Billings, Montana is the largest city in Big Sky Country, and guests enjoy the best of both worlds: All the convenience of city life, while still being surrounded by the stunning great outdoors.
Discover the never-ending attractions of downtown Billings, starting with a show at the Alberta Bair Theater for the Performing Arts.
Of course, no trip to Billings is complete without indulging in some outdoor recreation. Dehler Park is a beloved local ballpark and home to the Billings Mustangs. Bitter Creek Outfitters provides some of the best horseback riding in the region. There’s no end to the family-friendly activities in the area.
Check out the 1.5-mile brewery route and enjoy some historic points along the way.
The Moss Mansion, featured on numerous TV shows and in films, is a must-see for history buffs and architecture lovers. Rich in history, there are a number of sites in Billings to explore, including the Western Heritage Center which is a public archive showcasing the evolution of Montana. The Yellowstone Art Museum is another favorite, and features an impressive permanent collection of the art of the Rocky Mountain West. However, for guests who prefer to get more up close and personal with their sightseeing, a trip to the Three Sights Indoor Shooting Range is a great choice. There’s no better way to experience the open country than by tapping into your inner marksman.
At The Rimrocks, hiking is taken up a notch and travelers feel like they’ve entered another dimension. This is one destination that really demands you bring the good camera. Pictograph State Park is a must-see, too, where images painted well over 2,000 years ago can be enjoyed. After a day of exploration, an evening at the Billings Symphony Orchestra Chorale or Billings Studio Theater for Kids is the idyllic icing on the cake.
Other attractions in Billings include:
Four Dances Recreation Area
Yellowstone County Museum