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Discover all Big Sky Country offers. Glacier National Park is one of Mother Nature's most impressive destinations, home to alpine lakes, lush meadows, and craggy mountains. Right here in Missoula, explore our historic downtown. Tour buildings on the National Historic Register and relish our art galleries, local restaurants, and boutique stores. Southgate Mall is our local go-to shopping destination for name brands, quick bites, and community events. Explore Montana-you'll be glad you did.
Attractions at Missoula, Montana
Things to Do in Montana
Missoula Attractions
National Museum of Forest Service History

National Museum of Forest Service History

The National Museum of Forest Service History is a nonprofit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving the history of the US Forest Service and America's conservation legacy. They feature family activities and a wonderful Forest Discovery Trail.
Downtown Missoula

Downtown Missoula

Go downtown and discover the heart of Missoula. In addition to art galleries, shopping, and dining, you can take a self-guided historic walking tour of the neighborhood.
Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park

With over 700 miles of hiking trails, there is much to explore, see, and do in Montana's premier national park. Drive the jaw-dropping Going-to-the-Sun Road for an unforgettable experience.
Southgate Mall at Missoula

Southgate Mall

Check in for a bit of retail therapy at this indoor shopper's paradise. You'll find lots of dining choices, plus a unique permanent display of historic Missoula photos.
Big Sky Brew - Proud Brewers of Moose Drool, Scape Goat, Big Sky IPA, Trout Slayer, Powder Hound, Summer Honey and other craft beers in Missoula, Montana, featuring, a tasting room and great gear!
Carousel for Mission- A dream fulfield in 1995, after four years and more than 100,000 hours of volunteer work, A Carousel for Missoula took its first spring in the community that came together to build a dream-the fastest handmade carousel in the Northwest.
Downtown Missoula-We invite you to come stroll the streets of historic Downtown and drink it all in, whether it's an elaborate espresso drink in one of the many sidewalk cafes or a frothy, locally-made microbrew at a unique Downtown pub. Discover Downtown's best kept secret, and come down on a weekend; you'll see many fine shops and restaurants bustling with activity! With such a variety of unique shops, you will find what you are looking for.
Glacier Ice Rink-The rink is operated by the Missoula Area Youth Hockey Association, a non profit organization, and offers a variety of recreational ice sports activities through our in-house programs and user groups. We provide hockey leagues for youth and adults of all ages and abilities.
Glacier National Park- Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation, and stories of Native Americans.
Grizzly Harley-Davidson®- a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle dealer for new and used bikes, as well as a parts and services provider in Missoula, Montana.
Fort Missoula-Fort Missoula was established as a permanent military post in 1877 and built in response to requests of local townspeople and settlers for protection in the event of conflict with western Montana Indian tribes. Visit this historical museum to follow our history from 1877 until today!
Missoula Children's Theatre- MCT provides a top-quality entertainment experience for audience members, nurtures and challenges the abilities of those rare children with career performance ambitions and potential, and provides a healthy and wholesome ambassadorship for the arts and opens the door to new life experiences and aesthetic pleasures.

Missoula Fairgrounds-At the epicenter of the five valleys that make up the Missoula region there is a 48 acre campus combined of outdoor activity space, arenas, gardens, indoor areas, livestock quarters, camping areas, commercial buildings, open pavilions and ice skating facilities. It is Missoula Fairgrounds Events Center.
Missoula Symphony-Founded in 1954, the Missoula Symphony Orchestra and Chorale have been inspiring Western Montana with outstanding concerts and renowned guest artists.
The Smokejumper Visitor Center-The Smokejumper Visitor Center provides a unique and interactive opportunity to learn about this demanding and important occupation. The free tour of the facility includes a visit to the Smokejumper loft, the ready room, and the National Smokejumper memorial. There is also a gift shop and museum, which includes a fire lookout tower originally built in 1930.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Elk County Visitor Center-The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Elk Country Visitor Center is proud to be one of the newest and best conservation education facilities in the Northwest. The Elk Country Visitor Center features hands-on conservation and hunting heritage exhibits for all ages.
Southgate Mall-Southgate Mall is your most convenient Missoula shopping destination. With more than 100 stores and 10000 brands, you'll find something for everyone.
The University of Montana-The University of Montana is a public research university located in Missoula, Montana, in the United States. Founded in 1893, the university is the flagship campus of the four-campus University of Montana System and is its largest institution.
The Wilma Building-Built in 1921 along the bank of the Clark Fork River in downtown Missoula, Montana, the Wilma building has a long and colorful history. For many years the Wilma Theatre has been dedicated to showing the best examples of the independent and foreign language films; films that stir our feelings, open our minds, connect us to others, and deepen our understanding of the mystery of life so that when we leave the theater our perspective is a little broader and our compassion a little deeper.
Old Faithful Geyser-It's a wonderland. Old Faithful and the majority of the world's geysers are preserved here. They are the main reason the park was established in 1872 as America's first national park - an idea that spread worldwide. A mountain wildland, home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of bison and elk, the park is the core of one of the last, nearly intact, natural ecosystems in the Earth's temperate zone.
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