Sightseeing in Billings

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914 Division Street
Billings,
MT
US

In 1964, the building that formerly held the county jail was transformed into what would later become the Yellowstone Art Museum. Ever since, the museum has been captivating thousands with its curated artwork. The permanent collection consists of more than 7,300 works, many of which serve as a creative exploration of Montana and its surrounding regions. See a changing variety of exhibitions featuring works from local, national, and international artists. If you work up an appetite during your museum jaunt, stop by Raven?s Caf? d?Art for gourmet sandwiches and vegetarian fare.

401 North 27th Street
Billings,
MT
US

The Heart Mountain Relocation Center opened in August 1942 and imprisoned more than 14,000 people throughout three years. It has since been transformed into the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, a world-class museum where visitors learn about the relocation of Japanese and Japanese-American people during World War II through the eyes of the imprisoned. The exhibits, artifacts, and oral histories also explore the underlying issues of prejudice, constitutional law, and social justice. The historic site also includes original camp structures, a war memorial built by internees, and a walking tour.

1539 Road 19
Powell,
WY
US

By caring for animals unable to be returned to the wild, The Beartooth Nature Center's primary focus is to educate the public about the protection and conservation of Montana's wildlife and its habitats.

615 E 2nd St
Red Lodge,
MT
US

Rimrock Art is a family owned and operated custom frame shop and art gallery. We've been in business on the same street since 1994.

1070 S 24th St W
Billings,
MT
US

The Northern Hemisphere is always changing, and its varied plant and animal life must deal with the extremes of both hot and cold weather. ZooMontana celebrates these resilient creatures. Trees and shrubs?many not native to the Montana area?surround exhibits, where more than 50 animal species make their homes. Here are just a few of the zoo's stars:

Grizzly Bears

  • Names: Bruno and Ozzy
  • Scientific name: Ursus arctos
  • Natural habitat: North America
  • Often seen: Eating nuts, berries, fruits, leaves, and roots

Siberian Tiger

  • Name: Prince
  • Scientific name: Panthera tigris altaica
  • Natural habitat: Far northeast of Asia
  • Often seen: Lounging out on a ledge during a sunny day

Canada Lynx

  • Name: Fierca
  • Scientific name: Lynx canadensis
  • Natural habitat: Northern United States and Canada
  • Often seen: Walking with zookeepers for exercise; in winter, visitors can see her paw prints in the snow

To meet more of the animals, check out the other exhibits, or try one of these activities:

  • 15-minute animal encounters
  • Zoo scavenger hunt
  • ZooTots, a preschool age program with crafts and other activities
  • ZooVenture! Summer Camp, where kids get a behind-the-scenes peek at the zoo
2100 S Shiloh Rd
Billings,
MT
US