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Glacier Country Montana

Big Sky Waterpark - The largest Water Park in Montana! With 10 waterslides, Krazy Kars - the Flathead's first bumper car ride, a hot tub, volleyball court, mini golf, antique carousel, arcade, gift shop, picnic areas and more all nestled against the Rocky Mountains 20 miles west of Glacier National Park.

Daly Mansion - The home has over 50 rooms with 25 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, 7 fireplaces. The home is three stories for a total of 24,000 square feet, plus a full cement basement. Some of the main rooms include a large living room, a music room, a formal dining room a sun room, a trophy room which was added in 1914, an upstairs sitting room and a third floor billiard hall.

The Museum at Central School - Offers a variety of historical photographs, as well as many implements of the farming and logging industries, a fire wagon from 1893, and other items representative of the lives of predecessors in Northwest Montana.

Miracle of America Museum - Western Montana's largest museum with over 100,000 items! The museum tracks America's progress from the Walking-Plow to Walking on the Moon. The museum is open daily year-round.

Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana - Established in 1998 to discover and memorialize the history and culture of the Flathead Reservation and early Montana. It is designed for the enrichment, education, and recreation of local residents and visitors.

Glacier County Historical Museum - This 14-acre site includes two museum exhibit buildings, an oil worker's house, oil derrick, 1917 schoolhouse, 1980s caboose, & a replica homestead house and farm interpreted by living history.

Missoula Childrens Theatre - For almost 30 years Missoula Children's Theatre has provided quality education, entertainment and enrichment for all ages through the performing arts.

Conrad Mansion Museum - The home is located on three landscaped acres and features original furnishings and accessories, extensive collections include original family clothing, dating from the 1880s to 1940s, and three generations of children's toys and dolls.

Missoula Art Museum - Committed to educating the community through art and to developing and conserving the Art Museum Collection in order to preserve and make accessible their unique cultural heritage. The Art Museum develops and hosts 12 to 16 exhibitions annually in three galleries located in a 1903 Carnegie Library building.

National Museum of Forest Service History - From the time the Forest Reserves were set aside in 1891, our nation's forests and range lands have had a rich, colorful history. The National Museum of Forest Service History seeks to construct a facility that captures and interprets this history for future generations.

Historical Museum At Fort Missoula - The Museum was established in 1975 to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Missoula County, Fort Missoula, and the timber products industry in western Montana for the education, recreation, and cultural enrichment of visitors and area residents. It is located on 32 acres at the core of historic Fort Missoula. The Museum has over 22,000 objects in its collection.

Ravalli County Museum - The Museum houses many critical and historical collections from Native American heritage and establishment of Montana's first white settlement at Stevensville.

The Montana Vortex and House of Mystery - A genuine quantum, or gravitational anomaly that may re-define the laws of physics and nature. This internationally famous sacred site is located just thirteen miles west of Glacier National Park.

Sun Tours - Join Sun Tours for a memorable experience in Glacier National Park. They provide a Blackfeet perspective tour through Glacier National Park over Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Wild River Adventures - No experience is necessary for these Family Friendly white water rafting trips! These trips offer whitewater excitement and incredible scenery. Also offer Saddle & Paddle Adventures.