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  • Mineral Museum

    Mineral Museum

    Over 1,300 mineral specimens can be viewed at the Mineral Museum. Visitors can also view live seismology charts being produced from active earthquake sites. Mineral Museum 1300 West Park Street Butte, Montana Phone: 406-496-4414 Website: http://www.mbmg.mtech.edu/museum/museum.asp

     
  • Piccadilly Museum

    Piccadilly Museum

    At the Piccadilly Museum of Transportation Memorabilia and Advertising Art you will find a facility full of transportation memorabilia culled from around the world. This includes subway memorabilia, highway markers, a vintage 1920’s service station, license plates, vintage cars, petroliana, and advertising art. Piccadilly Museum 20 West Broadway st Butte,

     
  • Mother Lode Theatre and Orphan Girl Theatre 

    Mother Lode Theatre and Orphan Girl Theatre 

    If you enjoy the performing arts, then you will want to take in a few shows at the Mother Lode or Orphan Girl theatres. The Butte Center for the Performing Arts restored these buildings to serve as a home for local and regional productions of music and theatre shows. They

     
  • Old Butte Historical Adventures

    Old Butte Historical Adventures

    Old Butte Historical Adventures - If you don’t mind walking, you can take a guided tour of some of Butte’s most notable buildings. See the wonderful architecture up close and learn about the remarkable history of each building. The tours take an average of one and a half hours and are a

     
  • Dumas Brothel Museum

    Dumas Brothel Museum

    The Dumas Brothel was the longest active brothel in the world. It was built in 1890 and sexual services were sold at the site up until 1982. It was one of the first buildings erected in the Red Light District that ran along Mercury Street, and it stands as the

     
  • Lydia’s

    Lydia’s

    If you want to see how they dined in old days, then have a meal at Lydia’s. More than one person has said this restaurant is a blast from the past. The seating is traditional auditorium style and they have a banquet room that can hold up to 100 people.

     
  • Joe’s Pasty Shop

    Joe’s Pasty Shop

    It may not look like much on the outside, but Joe’s Pasty Shop is hiding a gem on the inside; namely their pasties. A pasty is basically a portable meat pie brought to the Butte mining community by the Welsh and Cornish that moved there from the Old Country. In

     
  • The Hummingbird Cafe

    The Hummingbird Cafe

    The Hummingbird Café is a juice and coffee bar in Uptown Butte that also serves breakfast and lunch. The café uses only fresh organic ingredients (sourced locally if possible) in their meals. The doors of this unique facility were opened by Jimmy Doolan and Essie Etchingham in 2007. Loving the

     
  • Montana Club

    Montana Club

    Founded by Missoula natives, the Montana Club is a restaurant that exudes all of the values of its namesake state. The restaurant focuses on doing two things right: producing high-quality meals from scratch and treating each patron as though they are most important person in the world. From the moment

     
  • Front Street Market

    Front Street Market

    Voted the best Deli and Caterer in Southwest Montana in 2001 and 2002, Front Street Market is a combination market and restaurant. Residents and visitors alike can find lots of unique, hard-to-find food items in addition to personalized gifts, gourmet meats and cheeses, and chocolates from all around the world.