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  • Old Works Golf Course

    Old Works Golf Course

    This is the first golf course build on a Federal EPA Superfund site. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, it incorporates the many historical elements of the town. Old Works Golf Course 1205 Pizzini Way Anaconda, MT Phone: 406-563-5989 Website: http://www.oldworks.org/

     
  • Fairmont Hot Springs

    Fairmont Hot Springs

    This is a hot spring resort where you can play 18 holes of golf, park your RV, or go horseback riding at the Peterson’s Corrals. Fairmont Hot Springs 500 Fairmont Road Anaconda, MT Phone: 406-797-3241 Website: http://fairmontmontana.com

     
  • Our Lady of the Rockies 

    Our Lady of the Rockies 

    Our Lady of the Rockies is a 90-foot tall replica of the Virgin Mary. It was built in 1985 by a Butte resident as a thank you to the Virgin Mary for helping his wife heal from cancer. An observatory and chapel are located at the base and it is

     
  • Granite Mountain Memorial Overlook

    Granite Mountain Memorial Overlook

    This is a memorial to the 168 people that died in a terrible fire in June 1917. The memorial also overlooks the Continental Divide, Summit Valley, and you can see how 100 years of rock mining has affected the terrain. Granite Mountain Memorial Overlook 305 W. Mercury Street Butte, Montana

     
  • Butte-Silver Bow Chamber of Commerce Visitor and Transportation Center

    Butte-Silver Bow Chamber of Commerce Visitor and Transportation Center

    The Butte-Silver Bow Chamber of Commerce is housed in this facility. Visitors can get information about the local area and the opportunities available for moving or starting a business in Butte. There are also displays of George Grant’s trout flies, the tour of the Old Number 1 Trolley starts here,

     
  • Anselmo Mine Yard

    Anselmo Mine Yard

    Anselmo Mine Yard was once an active underground mine, but now exists as a sort of museum that showcases the technology and tools used at that time to get the job done. There are also buildings and visitors will get a sense of the working conditions miners had to deal

     
  • Mai Wah Society Museum

    Mai Wah Society Museum

    During Butte’s mining boom, a large number of Chinese immigrants came to the city to work. The Mai Wah Society aims to tell the story of the Asian history in Butte. They collect and display artifacts acquired from archeological digs and preserve historic buildings. They also have a number of

     
  • County Courthouse

    County Courthouse

    The Silver Bow County Courthouse stands as an example of the architectural diversity of the city. Built in the style of the Beaux Arts with accents that echo those of architectural style of ancient Rome, it is estimated that it cost about the same amount to build the courthouse as

     
  • Copper King Mansion

    Copper King Mansion

    Williams A. Andrews was a Copper King who went on to become one of the richest men in the world at that time. The business ventures that he, and others, conducted helped the fledgling city flourish. The Copper King Mansion was his Butte residence and was built in 1888. It

     
  • Charles Clark Chateau Museum

    Charles Clark Chateau Museum

    Built in 1898 by the son of William Andrews Clark, the Charles W. Clark Chateau Museum is a 26-room mansion that is both a period museum and an art center. Contained within are a number of exhibits, galleries, and an interactive project room for teens. Visitors will find a diverse