Things To Do In & Around Billings

Located on the West End of Billings, our hotel is surrounded by dozens of family-friendly activities and natural wonders. Add these nearby attractions to your itinerary.

Riverfront Park

0.2 miles

An oasis along the Yellowstone River, Riverfront Park boasts a trail system for hiking, outdoor dining areas for picnics and the serene Lake Josephine for enjoying the beauty of nature.

(406) 657-8371

AMC Shiloh 14 Theatre

2 miles

After a day of corporate functions or taking in the local sights, catch the latest blockbuster at this nearby theater with RealD 3D and IMAX technology.

(406) 652-1105

Rimrock Mall

2.1 miles

As the largest mall in Montana, Rimrock boasts more than 75 retailers like American Eagle, JCPenney and H&M, including eight restaurants and drink stops.

(406) 656-3206

Alberta Bair Theater

5 miles

Alberta Bair is the largest fully equipped performing arts center in the region, boasting a 1,400-seat theater that hosts theatrical, musical and dance performances throughout the year.

(406) 256-6052

Babcock Theater

5 miles

Constructed more than a century ago, Babcock Theater is still thriving, hosting live performances, film screenings, weddings and more in its 750-seat theater space. Also located on site are a sub sandwich shop, a men’s clothing boutique, a martini bar and more.

(406) 591-1590

Pub Station

2.9 miles

Located in the heart of downtown Billings and built inside the old Greyhound Bus station the Pub features dynamic live music featuring of lineup of bands from all genres. Plus numerous local beers and ciders on tap.

(406) 894-2020

First Interstate Arena at Metra Park

8.5 miles

Located at Metra Park, Montana’s premier entertainment and trade center, First Interstate Arena hosts year-round events from comedy acts and concerts to sporting events and festivals.

(406) 256-2402 or (406) 256-2462

Pompeys Pillar National Monument

30 miles

This monument is the only remaining physical evidence of the famous Lewis and Clark expedition, featuring a rock carved and dated by William Clark himself.

(406) 969-5380

Little Bighorn Battlefield

70 miles

In the summer of 1876, native Cheyenne and Lakota warriors made one of their final armed efforts to reclaim their land and sovereignty. View artifacts from their battle, learn about indigenous wildlife and visit the Custer National Cemetery on site at this national monument.

(406) 638-2621

Yellowstone National Park

130 miles to closest year-round entrance

The first ever U.S. national park, Yellowstone is a tourist hot spot. Come experience the natural wonder of colorful hot springs, mudpots and geysers, including the famous Old Faithful.

(307) 344-7381