Welcome to Billings, Montana, your Gateway to Yellowstone National Park via the Beartooth Highway – a 68-mile scenic drive along some of the most breathtaking landscapes in America.
Lewis & Clark, Custer, Sitting Bull and Calamity Jane may be long gone, but they are not forgotten in Billings. Museums, galleries and landmarks honoring these legendary characters from the Old West dot the city, making it a history buff’s dream destination. Surrounded by six breathtaking mountain ranges, Billings also offers plenty of opportunities for fresh air recreation, including hiking, biking, golf and viewing rare Montana wildlife.
Must See Places In and Around Billings
This scenic pass, just west of Red Lodge, Montana is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, weather permitting, and is the most beautiful gateway to Yellowstone Park.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
Take in history on the grounds where it took place; where 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.
Moss Mansion Historical House
The story of one of Billings’ oldest families and how Billings was built. The stunning home was designed by renowned architect Henry Janeway Hardenburgh and was constructed in 1903.
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 centre.
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! Scenic drive along the Rimrock Bluffs: Drive highway 3 from east to west and take in the forever views that makeup Billings from 500 feet above.