Toad Hall Manor
1 Green Lane, Butte, Montana, United Stateshttp://www.toadhallmanor.com+1 406 4942625
Our Lady of the Rockies
3100 Harrison Ave # F1http://www.toadhallmanor.com/blog/2009/09/our-lady-of-the-rockies-2(406) 782-1221Don't miss seeing this awe-inspiring monument located in the stunning Rocky Mountains.
Charles W. Clark Chateau
321 West Broadway Streethttp://www.bsbarts.org/chateau_history.html(406) 723-7600Once the former home of the son of the "Copper King", this historic, beautiful mansion now serves as both arts center & museum with thousands of historic artifacts.
Copper King Mansion: National Historic Place
219 West Granite Streethttp://www.copperkingmansion.com(406) 782-7580For more than a century copper was king in Butte. Take a guided tour thru William "Copper King" Clark's home, and marvel at the architecture and opulence that was built in 1884-1888.
Mother Lode Theatre
316 West Park Streethttp://www.buttearts.org(406) 723-3602Visit this historic restored theater with state of the art acoustics. Many fantastic performances performed weekly.
The Rookwood Speakeasy
117 North Main Streethttp://www.buttetours.info/rookwood.htm(406) 498-3424Peek into an underground bar, barbershop and other secret rooms in Butte hidden for over 61 years and recently discovered completely by accident! Featuring secret doors, 2-way mirror, old money & signs, stained glass sky light, terrazzo floors, gambling devices and much more!!
Lewis & Clark Caverns
25 Lewis and Clark Caverns Roadhttp://stateparks.mt.gov/parks/visit/lewisAndClarkCaverns(406) 287-3541This state park is just 40 miles east of Butte, with many spectacular underground caverns.
2975 Washoe Sthttp://www.butteymca.com(406) 782-1266Toad Hall Manor guests are provided free off-site gym facilities through the local YMCA nearby.
1300 West Park Streethttp://www.mbmg.mtech.edu/museum/museum.asp(406) 496-4414This University Campus Museum is a fantastic place to view and enjoy an impressive mineral collection. Don't miss the Fluorescent Room; it's truly a spectacle to behold. For more information: (406) 496-4414. 5.5 miles from our loging in Butte.
Piccadilly Museum of Transportation
20 West Broadway Streethttp://www.piccadillymuseum.com(406) 723-3034A wonderful collection of vintage memorabilia and advertising art.
The World Museum of Mining
155 Museum Wayhttp://www.miningmuseum.org(406) 723-7211Come explore a realistic look at a mining camp in the 1880's, with 22 acres filled with historic structures and authentic furnishings inside and out!
Dumas Brothel Museum
45 E Mercury Sthttp://www.thedumasbrothel.com1-406-494-6908View the only preserved building in what was Butte's thriving red light district.
Shopping and Antiques
Garden of Beadin'
31 West Park Streethttp://www.beadin.com(406) 782-0661Since 1997 when we opened our first store in Butte, Montana, we have been meeting the needs of beading enthusiasts.
Cavanaughs County Celtic
131 West Park Streethttp://www.ultimatemontana.com/businessdirectory/buspages/sec06/cavanuagh.html(406) 723-1183Got a little Irish in you? Cavanaugh’s County Celtic will help you grow your Irish roots. The owners have invested years of retail experience in Butte’s heritage and history, bringing the color of it’s Irish history to the shelves of this fascinating shop.
Main Stope Gallery
45 West Park Streethttp://www.mainstopegallery.com(406) 723-9195Main Stope Gallery first opened in 1995 with a group of thirteen artists from Butte and surrounding southwest Montana. Our purpose is to showcase original artwork, including oil, acrylic, watercolor and pastel painting, mixed media, hand made pottery, sculpture, wood-turned art, hand crafted jewelry, photography, and other media.
Front Street Market & Catering
8 West Front Streethttp://goldwest.visitmt.com/listings/13709.htm(406) 782-2614Front Street Market offers shoppers a fun, friendly and unique shopping and lunching experience. The Market has become a Butte heartbeat and has been voted the 2001 and 2002 Best Deli and Caterer in Southwest Montana.
Rediscoveries Vintage Clothing
83 East Park Street(406) 723-2176
Thomas' Family Apparel and Bridal
3636 Harrison Ave # 1(406) 494-2959
Trolley Tour-Old #1
1000 George Streethttp://www.travelmt.com/mt_sites_11402_Trolley+Tour+-+Old+No.+%231.html(406) 723-3177Trolley Tour - Old No. #1 is a replica of the cars used for Butte's original electric trolley system. Sightseeing tour includes: National Historic District, Victorian neighborhoods, Copper King Mansion, Dumas Brothel Museum, Piccaddily Museum of Transportation, Art Chateau, Mai Wah, and our Lady of the Rockies. The only stop is at the Berkeley Pit viewing stand.
Highland View Golf Course
1732 Adams Avenue(406) 494-7900Highland View is an exciting 9 hole regulation course located at the Highland View Golf Course facility in Butte, MT. From the longest tees it features 3,200 yards of golf for a par of 35.
Butte Country Club
3400 Elizabeth Warren Ave(406) 494-3383The 18-hole "Butte" course at the Butte Country Club facility in Butte, Montana features 6,343 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70 . The course rating is 68.8 and it has a slope rating of 116 on Blue grass. Designed by Alex Findlay, the Butte golf course opened in 1909.
Old Works Golf Course
1205 Pizzini Wayhttp://www.oldworks.org/index.php(406) 563-5989Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, this Jack Nicklaus designed course has been reborn on the site of Anaconda's historic century old copper smelter. The first course ever built on a Federal EPA Superfund site, Nicklaus incorporated many historic relics in his design. With its affordability, course conditioning and friendly service, Old Works is quickly building a reputation as one of the premiere, daily fee golf experiences in the Northwest region.
Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
http://www.fs.usda.gov/bdnfThis 1.2 million-acre National Forest offers outstanding opportunities for hunting. Chat with us for more information.
Downhill Skiing and Sn...
Discovery Ski Area
One Discovery Basin Rdhttp://skidiscovery.com(406) 563-2184Discovery has three faces. The front face is the perfect blend of gently sloping runs and more advanced groomed cruisers. Off the Granite Chair, things step up a notch with steeper groomed runs and mogul skiing. And the backside? Well imagine, the Chugach without the costly helicopter ride. Point is, we have great terrain and lots of it. No matter what kind of mountain you like, you just discovered it.
Great Divide Ski Area
7385 Belmont Drivehttp://www.skigd.com(406) 449-3746Great Divide is a progressive & FUN family operated SnowSports mountain park that covers a lot of country. One hundred forty trails and five terrific terrain parks are spread out over three mountain peaks and three distinct valleys on an area covering 1600 acres and three miles from end-to-end
Lost Trail Powder Mountain
7674 U.S. 93http://www.losttrail.com(406) 821-3211Lost Trail Powder Mountain sits atop the Continental Divide on Highway 93 where Montana and Idaho meet. With over 300 inches of snowfall every year, these still undiscovered slopes await your visit. Open Thursday thru Sunday, with extended hours during holiday periods, this family owned-and-operated jewel offers a ski and snowboard experience from yesteryear.
Maverick Mountain Ski Area
1600 Maverick Mountain Roadhttp://skimaverick.com(406) 834-3454A classic mountain nestled in the heart of Montana's Pioneer Mountains.
Cross Country Skiing
Mile High Nordic Ski Education Foundation
Butte, Mthttp://milehighnordic.org/home.html(406) 782-0900Contact the Mile High Nordic Club at for more information on rentals, sales and instruction, as well as for information on maintained area trails.
530 Upper Rader Creek Rdhttp://www.homestakelodge.com406-585-8052You can cross-country ski at Homestake Lodge and enjoy great views and excellent trails. Its a fabulous setting with miles of trails through gently rolling terrain of meadows, evergreens, aspens, and beaver ponds. Incredible granite cliffs and rock croppings frame the trails making for interesting scenery.
3001 Harrison Avenue(406) 494-4168