Billings is a beautiful small town located on the Yellowstone River. Billings is most famously known for its exciting restaurant culture, rimrocks, the Yellowstone River, as well as being the gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
Should you ever find yourself passing through the City Beneath The Rimrocks, these are some of the best activities that we have to offer:
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park was the first national park in the US and is rumored to be the first national park globally. Yellowstone is renowned for its geothermal features, specifically the Old Faithful cone geyser. The geothermal feature erupts every 44 minutes and has done so since 2000. Visitors can hike, river raft, fish, and more at the national park.
Pictograph Cave State Park
The Pictograph Cave State Park was once home to prehistoric humans who lived and hunted in the area. Archaeologists found over 30,000 artifacts, cave paintings, and more in the early 20th century. The park has a loop trail with several interactive displays along the route.
Zoo Montana is a 70-acre facility and home to over 100 animals. Zoo Montana is the only zoo in the state and draws over 80,000 visitors a year. The zoo has a natural, tranquil setting thanks to the Canyon Creek, which runs through the facility.
Yellowstone Art Museum
Yellowstone Art Museum is the largest contemporary art museum in Montana. The museum is located in the former Yellowstone County Jail and currently houses over 7000 contemporary art pieces. The museum features the work of critically acclaimed local and international artists and emerging artists from the area.