Things To Do In Billings

Visit to Heart Mountain Interpretive Center for Two or Four (Up to 54% Off)

Heart Mountain Interpretive Center


$14 $9


World-class museum's photos, artifacts, and oral histories document the imprisonment of the confinement site's World War II prisoners

$299 for 10 Personal-Training Sessions at GymJay ($600 Value)


South Side

$600 $299

Personal trainers help clients strengthen "hidden" areas such as back muscles and other core muscles, and assist in injury rehabilitation

Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions


$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

One, Two, or Three Years of Online Guitar or Bass Lessons from Dangerous Guitar (Up to 91% Off)

Dangerous Guitar

Online Deal

$134.55 $18

More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles

$55 for Unlimited Classes and Initiation Fee at Billings Kettlebell Club ($135 Value)

Billings Kettlebell Club


$135 $55

Russian Kettlebell Certification instructor leads exercises that focus on strength and flexibility and work with the body's joint movements

Rock Climbing for One, Three, or Five, or Climbing Class for One or Four at SteepWorld (Up to 53% Off)


Downtown Billings

$15 $8

Climbing class focuses basic climbing and bouldering skills, including basic rope skills.; 2,500 sq. ft. bouldering gym

One, Five, or Ten 30-Minute Batting Cage Sessions at Triple Play Academy (Up to 83% Off)

Triple Play Academy


$35 $15

Perfect your swing with practice in 70-foot batting cages and access to weight room and Pro-Batter Simulator

$6 for Admission for Two at Yellowstone Art Museum ($12 Value)

Yellowstone Art Museum

Downtown Billings

$12 $6


Museum that emphasizes art education displays works from both international and Montana-based artists

$45 for a One-Month Membership to Yellowstone CrossFit ($119 Value)

Yellowstone CrossFit


$119 $45

The philosophy at the gym is that intense versions of functional movements are best way to shed pounds and prepare body for everyday life

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Married for nine years and a photography team for five, Brian and Jennifer Hartman bring an artistic touch and approach to their on-location photography. Employing a photojournalistic style and dramatic lighting, they capture solo subjects and groups during posed and candid moments, earning critical acclaim from the Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association and The Knot and placing images in the pages of Elle and Seattle Bride magazines.

Not content to simply point and shoot, the Hartmans light compositions using chiaroscuro or high-exposure natural lighting and often accentuate subjects with extreme angles, forced perspective, or unique natural surroundings. They shoot in vibrant color or black and white, and can edit photos to enhance colors or, by request, replace each subject?s face with Winston Churchill?s. Though the Hartmans use professional tools, they?re glad to help students break into photography via ultra-accessible devices such as the iPhone?following in the footsteps, they note, of Annie Leibovitz, who endorsed the iPhone?s camera on NBC Nightly News in 2011. When not conducting on-location sessions, Brian also leads large-scale workshops in which they pass on their knowledge through graphic slideshows and hands-on training.

2465 Grant Road

Two of Christian music’s most iconic artists, Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith join forces to spread the good news, leading congregations in melodious worship on their 2 Friends Tour. Since 1982, this dynamic duo has engaged millions to flock to their catchy, ecclesiastical pop music, sharing a musical camaraderie as impenetrable as a fortress with abandonment issues. Amy Grant, author of No. 1 hits such as “El Shaddai” and “Baby Baby,” has shared her gift of song for more than 30 years, selling more than 30 million albums, garnering six Grammys, and earning a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Michael W. Smith has earned countless accolades with his tremendous songbook of head-bobbing hymns and choir-rousing hits. Sharing the stage for the first time in two decades, Amy and Michael thrill fans with new psalms and favorites from their sonic scroll, merging their sets with joyful duets and chemistry that crackles like Abbott and Costello after getting struck by lightning.

1125 Broadwater Avenue

Venture Theatre enraptures art aficionados with an eclectic mix of drama, comedy, improv, and children's fare, as well as educational programs and opportunities for area youth to take to the stage. In A Kid's Life, director Sarah Butts steers a cast of dozens through the tale of an electromagnetic blitzkrieg and the subsequent technological fallout. Lacking the garish gizmos that clog modern existence, a group of wayward whippersnappers find refuge in a kindly pair of grandparents who show them there's more to life than laptops, cell phones, and electronic butter churners. A raucous production packed with music, adventure, and a marked lack of skull-clutching monologues, A Kid's Life aims to thrill thespians and theatrical tenderfoots alike with the power of live performance.

2317 Montana Ave

With 15 years of entertainment experience, Kameron has something for all ages! His repertoire includes: balloon sculpting, kids and family magic, close-up magic, stage magic, fire eating, glass walking, even magic, juggling and fire eating lessons!

1120 16th Street West

Snap Fitness' all-access key card provides fledgling fitnessers with 24-hour cardio and strength-training benefits. The sparkling, spacious facility is outfitted with top-of-the-line equipment, including an abundance of high-end cardio machines, free weights, and strength-training gizmos. Marble-cut trainers teach a basic eight-workout plan to all members, giving them the tools to exercise on their own to release infomercial-fueled aggression at midnight or pound the treadmill at 5 a.m. to get pumped for a 6 a.m. bare-fisted fruit-juicing session. Even exercisers in conventional time slots will see how Snap's friendly, unintimidating atmosphere provides a refreshing change of pace from any meat-market gym or tough elementary schoolyard.

1780 Shiloh Rd

The Loft entertains libation-seekers within a 40,000-square-foot hybrid dance club, full-service casino, and sports bar. A selection of domestic drafts, including Bud Light, Miller Lite, Fat Tire, and Blue Moon ($2.50–$3.75 per pint), pours through the pub's pipes. Well drinks ($4.50) offer a classy sippable and handy way to extinguish your pyromaniac friend's "adjustments," and an assortment of you-call-it specialty shots ($5.25–$8), including the sweet-tart Jello shot, help jumpstart the night.

1123 1st Ave N