The World Museum of Mining is a 44-acre museum in Butte, Montana, preserving and bringing to life more than a century of American history. Explore more than 50 structures, ranging from the 100-foot-high headframe of the Orphan Girl Mine to a re-creation of a mining town,
TheThe Mineral Museum is located on the Montana Tech Campus, overlooking the historic mining city of Butte. The Museum exhibits 1,300 specimens from its extensive collection of minerals from Butte, Montana, and worldwide localities.
Two courses close by in Butte, or play the Jack Nicklaus course in Anaconda.
Hunt for elk, moose, deer, and antelope, to name a few. Available in the surrounding area.
Guests can bike one of the many single track trails near the campground, or head out and try a section of the Great Divide route, which runs thru Butte. Another option is to hire LinkedAdventures to shuttle you a bit farther afield. No matter your cycling needs, we can offer an option. One word of caution....most of your options are at or above 5,000 ft, so be mentally prepared for less oxygen.
Butte itself is home to 3 craft breweries, and countless places that serve the finest beer brewed in Montana. If you prefer something a bit different, Headframe Spirits offers what many consider the best Moscow Mule in the state.
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