The Quirky Market In Montana Where You’ll Find Terrific Treasures
If you’ve ever crossed the border on I-90 from Idaho to Montana, you’ve probably seen signs for the 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar in Haugan. And if you’ve been, you know that this quirky spot is so much more than a bar. You can enjoy a hot meal, spend the night, and best of all, shop for some unique Montana gifts and treasures.
Lincoln's 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar is located just off I-90 at Exit 16.
Due to its location, it has become an iconic stop for travelers.
Inside, you'll find Montana's largest gift shop.
With more than 5,000 square feet dedicated to the shop, there's plenty of room to sell these one-of-a-kind souvenirs.
Many of these gifts, like the unique dream catchers, are made in Montana.
The inventory here is always changing, so every visit is different.
Bring your wallet every time, because they'll always have something irresistible.
While you're there, check out the infamous silver dollar collection.
Once called the 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar, the total is much closer to 100,000 by now.
The property also features two full bars, a family restaurant, a casino, a gas station, and a small motel.
Its location in the middle of the Lolo National Forest makes it a great home base for all kinds of recreational opportunities.
The 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar is open every day from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. They're only closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
The Silver Dollar Inn is open 365 days a year.
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