Discover All the Things to Do in Billings
Make the Country Inn & Suites your home base as you explore all that Billings has to offer. You can stroll through a holiday festival or watch the biggest stars in music at MetraPark. If you’re traveling with kids, they’ll love ZooMontana, which is designed around the peaceful Canyon Creek and features a mix of local and global wildlife.Nearby attractions include:
- MetraPark (0.6 miles)
From professional bull riding championships to big-name performers like Carrie Underwood and Def Leppard, MetraPark offers a variety of events year round. Be sure to catch an equestrian show or a Billings Wolves indoor football game while you’re here.
Phone: +1 (406) 256-2400
- Downtown Billings (2.4 miles)
You’ll find so many things to do in this fast-growing city that you won’t want to leave! Head downtown to explore its microbreweries, historic buildings, ballparks and restaurants. If you’re here in the summer, stop by the Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market for some homemade goodies.
Phone: +1 (406) 294-5060
- Yellowstone Art Museum (2.6 miles)
Admire the collections of art from the Rocky Mountain and Northern Plains regions at Yellowstone Art Museum. Don’t miss the museum’s unique Visible Vault, where you can watch the behind-the-scenes work of restoring and preparing art for display.
Phone: +1 (406) 256-6804
- Western Heritage Center (3 miles)
This Smithsonian-affiliate museum houses more than 17,000 artifacts, photos and pieces of memorabilia that reflect the culture and history of the American West.
Phone: +1 (406) 256-6809
- ZooMontana (12.5 miles)
As the only zoo and botanical park in the state, ZooMontana has one of the most diverse collections of wildlife native to Montana and the Rockies, such as wolves, lynxes and grizzly bears. You’ll also find international animals like tigers and the ever-popular red pandas.
Phone: +1 (406) 652-8100
- Pompeys Pillar (29.7 miles)
See where the famed explorer William Clark carved his name into the rock at Pompeys Pillar, considered the last remaining piece of evidence on the trail of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Phone: +1 (406) 969-5380
- Custer Battlefield Museum (63.9 miles)
See artifacts from the Battle of Little Bighorn as well as from Plains Indians, frontier families and 19th-century military life at this museum that is on the site where Colonel Custer began his last stand.
Phone: +1 (406) 638-1876
- Yellowstone National Park (129 miles)
Spend a day at the world’s first national park to explore its famous geysers, hot springs and forests. Keep your camera ready in case you see bison, elk or deer.
Phone: +1 (307) 344-7381
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