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  • Copper King Mansion

    Copper King Mansion

    The Copper King Mansion is a 34-room mansion that was built by William Andrews Clark. Clark was one of Butte’s copper kings who made his money and helped build the city through the mining and selling of copper. This privately owned but publicly accessible mansion is managed by the Cote

     
  • Finlen Hotel Butte MT

    Finlen Hotel Butte MT

    The Finlen Hotel is the second incarnation of the McDermott Hotel that was built in 1889. Although known as the grandest hotel in the Northwest, the new owner, James T. Finlen, had the building razed and erected the new self-named facility in its place. The architecture of the building is

     
  • La Quinta Inn and Suites Butte

    La Quinta Inn and Suites Butte

    This 83-room hotel sits only a few hours drive away from Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, making it the perfect place to stop on a long road trip to see America’s favorite geyser. At the same time, you can spend the day learning about the unique history of Butte and

     
  • Hampton Inn Butte

    Hampton Inn Butte

    Located close to downtown Butte, guests that stay at this hotel will be treated to beautiful views of the Continental Divide. The Hampton Inn Butte offers 91 regular guest rooms and suites that come with either two beds or one king-sized bed. All rooms are non-smoking and come equipped with

     
  • Best Western Plus Butte Plaza Inn

    Best Western Plus Butte Plaza Inn

    The Best Western brand has long been known for its quality hotels and the Butte Plaza Inn doesn’t disappoint. This AAA 3-diamond rated hotel offers guests a choice between standard rooms and suites. All rooms come equipped with cable television with several movie channels, a Nintendo system, Internet access, and

     
  • Virginia City and Nevada City

    Virginia City and Nevada City

    Located 90 miles south of Butte, this historic town is where gold was first dug up in the 1860’s. Ride the steam train, fire trucks, and stagecoaches. Visit the museum and pan for gold yourself. Virginia City and Nevada City 300 Wallace Street Virginia City, Montana Phone: 406-843-5247 Website: http://www.virginiacitymt.com/

     
  • Big Hole National Battlefield

    Big Hole National Battlefield

    This is where the Battle of the Big Hole was fought in 1877. U.S. Regulars and volunteers fought the Nez Perce. This is located 75 miles southwest of Butte. Big Hole National Battlefield Beaverhead Montana Phone: 406-689-3155 Website: http://www.nps.gov/biho/index.htm

     
  • Big Hole Valley 

    Big Hole Valley 

    Some call this the last Big Best River in the U.S. It is located 35 miles south of Butte. Big Hole Valley  Website: http://www.bigholevalley.com/

     
  • Gem Mountain Sapphire

    Gem Mountain Sapphire

    Go hunting for Montana sapphires. A fun thing to do for the whole family, this is located on Skalkaho Road. Gem Mountain Sapphire 21 Montana 38 Philipsburg, Montana Phone: 406-859-4367 Website: http://www.gemmountainmt.com/

     
  • Georgetown Lake

    Georgetown Lake

    This is a great place to go boating, fishing, camping, hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Georgetown Lake Website: http://georgetownlakemt.com/