You just pulled into town. First things first, welcome. And whether you're hungry, looking for an off-the-grid bed and breakfast or a suggestion on what to see and do, the best place to go for current information is the closest visitor center. Most of our larger communities—and even some small ones—have a visitor center that can provide you with tips, directions and more.
Located in the Flathead Valley, this visitor center provides brochures for area attractions, as well as lodging and dining. A Flathead National Forest employee is also on hand to answer questions regarding hiking, berry picking, river access and more. Open June - August.
This visitor center, open Memorial Day - Labor Day, is located in the Hi-line community of Cut Bank and can help you plan your route for your journey through Montana, as well as lead you to local attractions, like the Glacier County Historical Museum.
Located in the historical village at the southern end of Main Street, this visitor center is open year-round, with on-hand staff to help plan your time in this corner of northwest Montana.
This region in northwest Montana offers tidbits on area history, as well as abundant recreational opportunities at Libby Dam, the Cabin Mountains Wilderness and Kootenai Falls. The visitor center is open June - September.
Located at the summit of the Going-to-the Sun Road, this visitor center sits at 6,700 feet and straddles the Continental Divide. Open mid-June to mid-September, it features an exhibit, gift shop and on-site rangers to answer your Glacier National Park questions.
Serving as the hub of the Flathead Valley, Kalispell is a great place to pick up local traveler information, attractions and events. Open year-round, on-site staff can help you plan activities while you're here.
Located on the southwestern shore of Flathead Lake, this visitor center is open year-round, with on-site staff available to help plan your activities in the Polson area.
Located just inside the entrance to Glacier National Park on the east side, the St. Mary Visitor Center is open mid-May to mid-October. Traditional Blackfeet dancing and drumming performances are offered during the summer, as part of the Native America Speaks program.
Located in our finest resort town, the visitor center is open year-round, with on-site staff providing recommendations for area recreation, cultural attractions, accommodations and dining.
Located in Hamilton—the anchor of the Bitterroot Valley—this year-round visitor center can help you uncover some of the treasures found in the valley, including St. Mary Mission, The Daly Mansion, incredible hiking trails and the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge.
Along the Montana/Idaho border, this visitor center is open from Memorial Day - Labor Day, where travel staff greet you as you enter Western Montana's Glacier Country and help you plan your route through our region and state.
Located in the region's largest community, the Missoula Visitor Information Center is open year-round, with on-site travel counselors to help you plan your visit, meeting or convention. While you're here, they'll also help suggest places to stay and things to do, as well as the local dish on area events.
In Montana's Seeley Valley, this visitor center is open year-round (limited hours/days) and daily from Memorial Day - Labor Day. A recreational hub, staff can help you make the most of your time in the Seeley Valley.
Open year-round, the visitor center is located in Hot Springs, just off Highway 28. Area attractions include natural hot springs and the National Bison Range.
Located along Interstate 90 and the Clark Fork River, this visitor center is open May - September and provides maps, as well as visitor services and information on the best places to view wildlife.
Located in the Flathead Valley, this visitor center helps serve summer travelers. Open early June - Labor Day, their volunteer staff will fill your belly with homemade pie before sending you on your way.
This visitor center is located in the Mission Valley. Open year-round, it is also home to a gift shop, as well as information, maps and visitor services.
Located 33 miles east of the Idaho border off Interstate 90, the St. Regis Visitor Center is a great first stop in the state. Travel counselors can help plan your route or find additional information on points of interest in the area. The center is open May - September.
This seasonal visitor center is open year-round and provides visitors with information on area services, information and nearby recreation.