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Butte Silver Bow County Courthouse

The Silver Bow County Courthouse may be the state’s most accessible example of the elegant and ornate Beaux Arts (pronounced Bozar) style of public architecture that was the latest style when Montana was young and rich at the beginning of the last century.  Like other buildings in Butte’s Historic Uptown district, the Courthouse was designed […]

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Butte Trolley

The fastest and most colorful way to learn about Butte is a Trolley Tour. In about two hours, you’ll see where the characters, famous folk, miners and scoundrels lived and worked. Plus, you’ll hear how they made Butte the lively, urban center it was. Drivers are especially chosen because of their knowledge of Butte history […]

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Butte Urban Safari Tours

Roll with us in our “tricked out” transports on an “Urban Safari” tour of Butte, MT.  Learn about Butte’s past, present, and future, along with the unexpected tidbit. Space is limited.  Prices: $35/person/60 minutes  $50/person/90 minutes.  Alternative tour times available by appointment.   For reservations call: (406) 723-3959  Pick up and drop off available.

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Copper King Mansion

The mansion was built for Copper King William A. Clark. Privately owned, now, much of its magnificence remains in the architecture, interior woodwork, light fixtures, furniture, and furnishings. Tours available May – September, Bed and Breakfast is open year round.

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Granite Mountain Mine Memorial

Near midnight on June 8, 1917, a fire broke out at the 2,400 foot level of the Granite Mountain Mine. It quickly spread to the neighboring Speculator Mine. Fire, smoke, and gas claimed the lives of 168 miners. The memorial, built in 1996, features letters to families from the fallen miners, a reproduction of the […]

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Dotting the landscape and skyline of Butte are fourteen tall, black steel structures. Variously called “gallows frames” gallus frames, or headframes, these mark the remnants of mines that honeycombed the Butte hill. Cables from a mine’s hoist house passed over sheave wheels at the top of the frame, lowering miners to their work, transporting mules, […]

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Knights of Columbus Hall

The KC is the home for Butte’s Sports Picture Gallery.  More than 1000 pictures covering 100+years of Butte Sports Teams and individuals.  Collections include CYO & Grade schools, Butte Central and Butte High Schools Championship teams, Baseball, Swimming, Skating, Ski, Boxing, Bowling, Golf, Volleyball, Cheerleading, and BC tumblers.  Tributes include East/West Shrine game, Jim Patrick […]

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Mainstreet Uptown Butte

Mainstreet Uptown Butte is a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Main Street Center to help rejuvenate the historic part of Butte on the Hill.  This approach has four legs — Design, Organization, Economic Restructuring and Promotion.  Since its founding in 1999, Mainstreet Uptown Butte has planted nearly 1,000 trees […]

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Montana ATV Adventures

Available all year round, this exciting guided tour is one of the easiest ways to see some of  Montana’s best back country sites.  Montana ATV provides the ATV, helmet, and goggles.  If you go for the day, be prepared for a scrumptious lunch and beverages.  Go for a couple of hours and just drink in […]

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Mother Lode Theatre and Orphan Girl Theatre

The Butte Center for the Performing Arts is a non-profit organization that guided the rebirth of this great stage. What was once a grand Fox theatre is now restored for a venue for musical and theatre shows and local productions for children and adults.

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