Interested in learning about the history and art of Eastern Montana? Join us as we take a day long guided tour to Miles City with the following activities: Visiting the famous Range Riders museum, dining at Miles City’s downtown local bakery, the Main Street Grind, and viewing the exhibits at the Waterworks Art Museum. Register to be bused out to the museums where tour guides will take over. This tour will include some walking, but accommodations are available. Lunch will not be provided, however, you are welcome to pack a lunch or purchase food at the Main Street Grind.
|Date||August 25th, 2018|
|Times||8:00am – 5:30pm|
|Location||Billings Community Center (360 N. 23rd St)|
|Enrollment||Min.10 Max. 40|
The timeline for the tour is as follows:
Depart from Community Center at 8:00am
Range Riders Museum 10:30am-12:00pm
Lunch at Main Street Grind 12:30pm-1:30pm
Water Works Art Museum 2:00pm-3:30pm
Depart for Billings at 3:30pm
Arrive back in Billings at 5:30pm
Range Riders Museum
Located just outside of downtown Miles City, the Range Riders Museum is home to over 13 acres of Eastern Montana History. These exhibits cover: the dinosaurs; the history of the Native Americans who lived in this area for millennia; the soldiers and the pioneers who took over this harsh land.
Located in historic downtown Miles City, the Main Street Grind is a ocal bakery specializing in baked goods, bread, coffee, sandwiches, and burgers.
Located in a park overlooking the Yellowstone River, the Museum is housed in the concrete basins of the 1910 WaterWorks that produced Miles City’s drinking water for over sixty years. Waterworks Art Museum proudly maintains a permanent collection of contemporary and historic selections on rotation in the Gallery. This includes Miles City Vintage photographs by notable photographers of the late 1800’s including: Christian Barthelmess, Lady Evelyn Cameron, Robert C. Morrison, Albert Schlichting, Edward S. Curtis & the renowned & L.A. Huffman.