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0.9 MILES 0.1 MILES 3.1 MILES 7.0 MILES 0.1 MILES 6.3 MILES 0.3 MILES 2.1 MILES 0.7 MILES 0.8 MILES 2.1 MILES 1.9 MILES 1.3 MILES 8.5 MILES 0.7 MILES 1.6 MILES 10.3 MILES 0.2 MILES 2.8 MILES 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 19 VISIT BILLINGS AND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VISITOR CENTER 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. Youll also nd interactive displays. Before you leave be sure to snap a photo by the cattle drive monument 406245-4111406252-4016800735-2635 HISTORICBILLINGSDEPOTThoughthereare no longer passenger trains chugging through Billings this historic landmark was built in 1909 to service three major railroad companies. The waiting area and baggage rooms of the Depot are restored and preserved as a Historic Place.Thisisaself-guidedtourlocationandsubject to operating hours. M-F 9-4 S 830-1230 406 656-7273 PICTOGRAPH CAVE STATE PARK In the making for thousands of years Explore three caves and see evidence of habitation from 2000 years ago. Visit the Visitor Interpretive Center and explore ancient artifacts. This is an excellent place to get out and hike around or just peruse at your leisure. 6 per nonresident car 406254-7342 METRAPARK RODEO HALL OF FAME Youve arrived at the largest event center in Montana. MetraPark is home to many diverse events year-round concerts rodeos dog shows car shows trade shows expos and so much more While here check out the outdoor Montana Rodeo Hall of Fame Up the stairs near the front doors. 406 256-2400 BOOTHILLCEMETERY A genuine Western legend and a place rich in history. Be sure to read stories of the Sacrice Cliffs seen to the south and of Muggins Taylor the scout who carried the news of Custers Last Stand to the world who is buried here. BLACK OTTER TRAIL An excellent view of the city. Bike walk or drive approximately 3 miles around historic Kelly Mountain along the sandstone bluffs known as Rimrocks. Black Otter Trail was an original wagon trail and is steeped in Native folklore. YELLOWSTONE KELLYS GRAVE Stop here as you near the end of Black Otter Trail. Known for hunting trapping and for hostile encounters with Sioux warriors Yellowstone Kelly 1849-1928 was truly a man of the frontier. Kelly requested that he be laid to rest in Montana before he died. SKYPOINT Look up Youve reached the center of downtown Billings. Explore the shops restaurants galleries and more that downtown Billings has to offer Look for events taking place here on many evenings weekends. 406294-5060 ALBERTA BAIR THEATER Opened as The FoxTheaterin1931thebuildingisregistered as a Historic Building and is built on the spot where the Bair Family homesteaded. Its named for the daughter born in the home and who donated generously to the renovation Alberta Bair. Now the theater is the largest performing arts venue in the state holding over 150 diverse performances annually. 406 256-6052 YELLOWSTONE ART MUSEUM Formerly the Yellowstone County Jail built in 1884 the Yellowstone Art Museum was in place by 1964. Expanding around the jail in order to preserve the history the museum is nationally accredited and touts both modern and historic art exhibits. The museum collection includes the most comprehensive works by cowboy illustrator Will James. 6 - adults 406 256-6804 DEHLER PARK Home of the Billings Mustangs Pioneer League baseball team afliate of the Cincinnati Reds The eld doesnt have a bad seat in the house. Continuing on toward Riverfront park youll pass City Hall and the Purple Heart Memorial commemorating Billings war veterans. Located at North 27th and 2nd Avenue east side its a lovely park and a perfect opportunity to stop and honor all veterans. RIVERFRONT PARK An excellent view of the Yellowstone River the longest free owing river in the U.S. Walk the trails and experience nature right in the city Home to Lake Josephine named for the steamboat that long ago reached farthest up the Yellowstone River. www.billingsparks.orgparkriverfront ZOOMONTANA At Montanas only zoo youll nd animals and plants that can survive Montanas temperate climate and are housed in natural habitats. The Sensory Garden is designed so that sighthearing impaired visitors can enjoy the experience as well. 7 - adults 406 652-8100 THE YELLOWSTONE COUNTY MUSEUM An original homestead built by Paul McCormick Sr. an early Yellowstone River settler the museum is housed at the Billings Logan Airport yes - you do drive through the airport to get to it. The 23000 artifacts housed here tell the authentic story of Billings and Yellowstone Countys History. Free www.facebook.comYellowstoneCountyMuseum 406 256-6811 Your next stop takes you west along Highway 3 which provides beautiful views. Pull over to the parking areaoverlook and experience breathtaking views of Billings. On a clear day ve mountain ranges can be seen from here the Bighorns Pryors Beartooths Crazies and Snowies. ZIMMERMAN TRAIL Built in 1890 by Frank Zimmerman to herd sheep for summer pasturing at the top of the Rims. This road now provides a stunning view of the city and an up close look at the Rimrocks. Along Rimrock Road notice Billings two universities with beautiful campuses and noteworthy architecture. ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE Billings oldest college Rocky was originally the Billings Polytechnic Institute. MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY BILLINGS Originally known as Eastern Montana Normal School. MOSSMANSION On the National Register of Historic Places experience turn of the century culture when you walk through the doors of the Preston B. Moss home. Listen to the story of one of Billings most famous families while taking in the remarkable architecture. Designed by Henry Janeway Hardenbergh famous designer of the original Waldorf Astoria Plaza Hotels and more. This is a great neighborhood to drive around and look at other historic homes too 10 adults child student and senior discounts 406 256-5100 WESTERN HERITAGE CENTER An afliate of the Smithsonian Institution the museum is housed in the historic Parmly Billings Memorial Library building built in 1901. On the National Register of Historic Places and originally the citys library but now it houses artifacts and history of Billings. 5 - adult 406 256-6809 Scenic Guide Points All fees subject to change. Contact attraction for specic information. Visit Billings is not responsible for fee changes. BILLINGS GUIDEBOOK Scenic Guide Map