Montana March 24, 2018
Enjoy An Offbeat Adventure At Montana’s Quirkiest Spots
Montana definitely doesn’t have a shortage of attractions or amenities. But sometimes you might desire a more out-of-the-box adventure than what you’re used to, and that’s when these quirky spots will come in handy. Enjoy!
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Spend an afternoon exploring the Miracle of America Museum in Polson.
The Miracle of America Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of American history, and it's full of awesome artifacts.
2. Go deep beneath the streets of Havre.
The Havre Beneath the Streets tour is an adventure like no other. You'll get a real glimpse into Montana's earlier days, and it's fascinating.
3. Hang out with the mermaids at the Sip n' Dip Lounge in Great Falls.
You might not eat the best food of your life here. You might think the tiki theme is a little cheesy. But if you don't have a blast sipping fruity drinks and listening to Piano Pat while mermaids swim about, you may need to reevaluate your definition of fun.
4. Go hog wild at the Bear Creek Saloon & Steakhouse.
Not only will you be treated you a scrumptious steak dinner, but you'll have a chance to bet on your favorite pig before the nightly pig races. Proceeds go to local schools, and the pigs are well cared for.
5. Go into the vortex.
Is it an illusion? Is it a gravitational anomaly? Who cares — it's a blast. The Montana Vortex and House of Mystery is located at 7800 US-2 in Columbia Falls.
6. Geek out at the American Computer Museum in Bozeman.
The American Computer and Robotics Museum has exhibits and galleries spanning 4,000 years, dedicated to the evolution of technology. Best of all, it's free (donations are accepted).
7. Go into the forest and check out some eclectic art.
The Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild exhibit in Lincoln is a unique collection of sculptures crafted from natural and industrial materials. They're open from dawn to dusk, and admission is free.
8. Spend the night in the sky.
Located in Columbia Falls, the new Montana Treehouse Retreat has already been featured on Season 3 of The Treehouse Guys on the DIY Network, Time.com, HGTV, and Discover Earth.
Montana is full of fun, offbeat adventures. Check out
these roadside attractions.