Billings attractions

Monument in Billings

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

The Crow (Apsalooke) Indian Reservation is home to the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. One of the USA's best-known Native American battlefields, this is where General George Custer made his famous 'las…
Historic Site in Billings

Pompey’s Pillar National Monument

At the base of the monolithic rock where William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) carved his name in 1806 is a small visitor center that illustrates an interesting period when the parties split for a month on their r…
Historic Building in Billings

Moss Mansion

Billings' most interesting historic home, the Moss was built in 1903 by local captain of industry PB Moss. The Moorish-style entryway and atmospheric staff kitchens are particularly interesting. Fans should attend t…
Area in Billings

The Rims

Cycle or hike Chief Black Otter Trail from near the airport for the best overview of the city (great at dusk) as far as the distant Beartooth Mountains, and to visit the grave of Yellowstone Kelly, an early scout an…
Museum in Billings

Western Heritage Center

If you have time in Billings, explore the changing exhibits and excellent artifact collection here, representing the various cultural traditions of Yellowstone Valley.
Gallery in Billings

Yellowstone Art Museum

Combining a collection of Western art with visiting exhibitions, the YAM is on the site of the 1916 Yellowstone County Jail.