Comfort Inn Butte MT419
2777 Harrison Ave., Butte, Montana, United Stateshttp://www.comfortinnbutte.com406.494.8850
Uptown Butte, MT
Butte, Mt, USAOne of the largest, national historic landmark districts in the country, Uptown Butte offers many sterling examples of Victorian architecture and architecture from the early 20th century. Whether you explore this fascinating historical district on your own or take a trolley tour, you'll see the historical sites that made Butte a world-class industrial town in the old west.
3100 Harrison Ave #C11, Butte, MT 59701https://www.escapology.com/en/butte,-mt(406) 565-5678Las Vegas' premium real life escape game experience right here in Butte. Play in private teams of 2-6 players in exciting games and search carefully for clues, solve puzzles and try to escape within 60 minutes. Do you have what it takes? Located in the Butte Plaza Mall across from the AMC Classic Butte 6.
17 West Quartz Street, Butte, MT 59701https://www.buttearchives.org(406) 782-3280The Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives was established in 1981 by ordinance to maintain the non-current records of the city-county of Butte-Silver Bow. Given the significant industrial, political, and social history of Butte in the American West, the government records and archival holdings are in great demand by scholars, authors, and genealogists.
Our Lady of the Rockies
3100 Harrison Ave, Butte, Mt 59701, United Stateshttp://www.ourladyoftherockies.net(406) 782-1221Our Lady of the Rockies is a 90-foot statue of Mary, mother of Jesus. The statue sits atop the Continental Divide. Construction was started in 1979 and work was completed in 1985. From June to September, visitors are invited to take a 2-hour tour of the site. The nondenominational tour is handicapped accessible and gives you breathtaking views of the surrounding areas.
Berkeley Pit, Butte, MT 59701, USAThe Berkeley Pit is a former open-pit copper mine and is currently one of the largest Superfund sites. The old mine is one mile long, a half-mile across and about 1,780 feet deep and is filled with a lake of highly toxic water. Conservation efforts are under way and can be contemplated from the viewing platform. There is a small admission fee.
World Museum of Mining
155 Museum Way, Butte, Mt 59703, United Stateshttp://www.miningmuseum.org(406) 723-7211Discover the fascinating history of mining at the World of Mining Museum. Sitting on 22 acres of land, surrounded by the Orphan Girl Mine, this museum features an authentic, reproduction of a mining camp from the 1890s. There are 35 buildings to visit and each exhibits artifacts from the early days of Butte.
1300 W Park St, Butte, Mt 59701, United Stateshttp://www.mbmg.mtech.edu/museum/museum.asp(406) 496-4414Located on the Montana Tech Campus, the Mineral Museum showcases 1,300 specimens of minerals from Montana and the world. Admission is free and donations are accepted. Call (406) 496-4172 for more information about the museum.
Copper King Mansion
219 W Granite St, Butte, Mt 59701, United Stateshttp://www.copperkingmansion.com(406) 782-7580The Copper King Mansion was completed in 1988 and is a 34-room Victorian mansion that was the home of William Andrews Clark, one of here "Copper Kings" that established the Montana territory. Currently, The Copper King Mansion is a bed and breakfast, but is also open for guided tours from May 1st through September 30th.
Butte Trolley Tour
1000 George St, Butte, Mt 59701, United States(406) 723-3177Discover the vibrant, urban history of Butte, Montana during a 2-hour trolley tour that takes you through the national historic district, Victorian neighborhoods, past Copper King Mansion, Dumas Brothel Museum and Mai Wah to stop at the Berkeley Pit viewing stand. Please call (406) 723-3177 for hours of operation and pricing.
Granite Mountain Mine Memorial
Butte, Mt 59701, United Stateshttp://www.minememorial.org(406) 723-3177The Granite Mountain Memorial commemorates the deadliest disaster in metal mining history that took place on June 8, 1917. The fire that tore through the mine killed 168 men and lit the fuse for labor unrest that led to the massacre of unarmed strikers. The memorial was opened in 1996 and overlooks Summit Valley and the Continental Divide.
Butte Labor History Center
49 W. Park Street, Butte, MThttps://www.facebook.com/ButteLaborHistoryThe Butte Labor History Center provides education and information to the public about the internationally significant labor movement in and around Butte, Montana, with a focus on the 1878-1932 time period.
Continental Divide Trail
Butte, Mt 59701, United Stateshttp://visitmt.com/listings/general/national-forest-trail/continental-divide-trail.htmlThe Continental Divide National Scenic Trail passes right through Butte and runs for 3,100 miles between Canada and Mexico. The legendary trail is easily accessible from Butte and offers breathtaking views for hikers and mountain bikers alike. Visit the link to locate two access points in our vicinity (Pipestone and Homestake Pass).
Breweries & Distilleries
21 S. Montana, Butte, MT 59701, United Stateshttp://www.headframespirits.com406-299-2886Headframe Spirits is Butte's local distillery. The tasting room is open 12 noon to 8 p.m. daily.
124 W. Broadway, Butte, MT, 59701, United Stateswww.wedig.beer406-723-0245Quarry Brewing, revived Butte's historical tradition of handcrafted brewing after a 35 year absence.
Muddy Creek Brewery
2 E Galena, Butte, MT, 59701, United Stateshttp://www.muddycreek.beer406-299-3645Muddy Creek Brewery is located in the heart of Uptown Butte in the Daily Post Building above the Irish Times Pub on the corner of Main and Galena. We have some great beers with wonderful back stories that you'll love. Several of our beers will also be served on nitrogen lending extra richness and flavor.
Butte Brewing Company
465 E Galena St, Butte, MT 59701https://www.facebook.com/ButteBrewingCompany(406) 299-3953The acclaimed Butte Beer became synonymous with the tough, independent-minded citizens of The Richest Hill on Earth. By the 1960s the brewery had closed, but the spirit of the great Butte Beer remained. The Butte Brewing Co. reopened its doors in 2015. Once again, the Butte Brewing Co. is producing high quality brews in celebration of more than 130 years of tradition. “Tap ‘er Lite”!
55 W Park St, Butte, MT 59701http://buttestuff.com(406) 565-1692Are you looking for that unique gift?... for you or for anyone who remembers Butte as "The City Unlike Any Other", look no further!
Cavanaugh's County Celtic & Beyond
131 W Park St, Butte, MT 59701http://www.countyceltic.com(406) 723-1183Discover a wide selection of Celtic items including books for adults and children, a huge selection of music, jewelry and accessories, name crest flags, teapots, teacups, and mugs. A large selection of clothing includes sweaters, Irish Christening gowns, sweatshirts, and Celtic design tee shirts. The shop also offers regionally made items including Celtic crosses, stained glass, and books by local authors. Whether you’re Irish or just aspire to it, you’ll love this store.
27 N. Main Street, Butte, MT 59701www.5518designs.com5518 Designs is a home-grown creative agency specializing in custom graphic design, branding packages, and merchandising. The Retail store is located at 27 N. Main Street in Butte, Montana, in the historic Chequamequon Building in the charming uptown Butte business neighborhood. Hours: Monday – Friday from 12:30 to 6 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Butte Copper Company
2125 Harrison Ave, Butte, MT 59701http://www.buttecoppercompany.com(406) 494-2070Home of the Moscow Mule Mug. This store has been on visitors' 'don't miss' lists of things to experience in Butte, MT, for over 35 years, and is a favorite with locals as well. Gifts, home decor, and more.