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We’re passionate about Butte, and we’re sure that you’ll fall in love with our town, too. And, to make it easy, and to make your Butte experience the best it can possibly be, we’ve assembled a list of links to the information you’ll most need to get your planning started, and to guide you once you’re here. Make sure to stop by the Butte Visitor Information Center at 1000 George St., Butte, MT 59701 or give us a call at 406.723.3177 to ensure your Butte experience it truly unforgettable!

After your visit, you’ll probably want to just pack up and move to Butte, so we’ve rounded out our list with some real estate advice, just in case



Are there any buildings left in Butte, other than the Clark Chateau and the Copper King Mansion, that relate back to the Copper Kings?

The Associated Charities of Butte was organized during the late 1990's "to help the worthy poor help themselves". While the early group focused on distributing food and clothing to the needy, the children's home at 542 Nevada soon became the focus of its energies. The present facility, The Paul Clark Home McDonald’s Family Place, was a gift from William A. Clark, in memory of his fourteen-year-old son Paul.


Does Butte have any monuments to the Copper Kings?

Yes, a statue of Copper King Marcus Daly is located at the top of West Park Street, just inside the entrance to the Montana Tech Campus, where it has stood since 1941.



How far is it from Butte to Yellowstone Park?

About 3 hours to the West (West Yellowstone) or North (Gardiner) entrances.


How far is it from Butte to Glacier National Park?

About 5 hours, via several different routes.


What is there to see and do when traveling from Butte to Missoula

Consider taking a little extra time with a detour off I-90 to Montana 1, through Anaconda to Philipsburg (named one of America’s Prettiest Painted Places), or take I-90 all the way, with a stop in Deer Lodge where you can tour the old Montana State Prison, the Montana Auto Museum, and the Grant Kohrs Ranch.


What is there to see and do when traveling from Butte to Dillon?

Bannack State Park was founded in 1862 when John White discovered gold on Grasshopper Creek. Make time to visit this Montana treasure, where over sixty structures remain standing today.


What is there to see and do when traveling from Butte to Bozeman?

A more direct route will lead you past Lewis and Clark Caverns.  Be sure not to miss one of the largest known limestone caverns in the Northwest. These spectacular caverns, lined with stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and helictites, are naturally air-conditioned and lighted for a safe and enjoyable visit with a seasoned tour guide. Kids of all ages will enjoy the tour's famous Beaver Slide and an occasional bat sighting!



What is there to see and do when traveling from Butte to Helena?

Just off I-15 at Jefferson City, Montana, Tizer Botanic Gardens & Arboretum offers visitors 6-acres of stunning gardens to explore, along with a diverse nursery and regularly scheduled events during the summer season.


St. James Healthcare

400 South Clark Street

Public Transportation

Bert Mooney Airport & Rental Vehicles

101 Airport Road

Linked Adventures - Shuttle Service

The outdoor enthusiast’s headquarters for shuttle service to the Continental Divide Trail and other stunning terrain. Bike rentals, route and full adventure planning for groups and individuals looking to explore the greater Butte and surrounding southwest Montana area.
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Montana ATV Adventures

Take an exciting guided ride through the trails of southwest Montana's mountains. See old mining ghost towns and camps. Look at massive granite and brick mills where they separated the ore and wonder how they did it!
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Outdoor Adventure Rental

Paddle boards, pontoons, kayaks and rafts are available for rent. All rentals are a complete set: life jackets, paddles/oars, patch kits, pumps, trailers, and coolers. Just add water!
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