Explore the Many Things To Do In Missoula, Montana
Nestled in Western Montana, the Garden City of Missoula blends history, outdoor beauty, and endless recreation. Discover all that Big Sky Country has to offer, steps from the Wingate by Wyndham Missoula. Plan a day of hiking at Glacier National Park, one of Mother Nature's most impressive destinations and home to alpine lakes, lush meadows, and craggy mountains. Explore our historic downtown district in Missoula, filled with a myriad of buildings on the National Historic Register and relish our art galleries, local restaurants, and boutique stores. Get some retail therapy at the nearby Southgate Mall, our local go-to shopping and dining destination for name brands, quick bites, and community events. Whether you crave adventure, culture, or outdoor fun, Missoula offers countless things to do, see, and experience for all ages. Check out our special offersto start planning your Montana escape.
Established as a permanent military post in 1877, Fort Missoula was built in response to requests of local townspeople and settlers for protection in the event of conflict with western Montana Indian tribes.
Proud Brewers of Moose Drool, Scape Goat, Big Sky IPA, Trout Slayer, Powder Hound, Summer Honey and other craft beers in Missoula, welcomes guests to tour the tasting rooms and shop for great Big Sky gear.
After four years and more than 100,000 hours of volunteer work, the fastest handmade carousel in the Northwest took its first ride in the community in Spring of 1995. Visit this impressive and family-friendly attraction.
Take a free tour of The Smokejumper Visitor Center, which provides a unique and interactive opportunity to learn about this demanding and important occupation, as well as the National Smokejumper memorial.
Covering over 56 acres in Missoula, Montana, visit the sprawling campus of this public research university founded in 1893 that features a law school, pharmacy school, and physical therapy post graduate studies.
Built in 1921 along the bank of the Clark Fork River in downtown Missoula, the Wilma Theatre is dedicated to showing the best examples of independent and foreign language films that stir our feelings and open our minds.