The Hyalite Reservoir, near Bozeman, Montana, is perhaps one of the state's most beautiful landscapes. The splendor of Montana's big mountain ranges is just one of many reasons to visit there on your next family vacation. Take our quiz to learn more about its many attractions.
The Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to the Lewis and Clark expedition. If you're interested in their famous journey, a visit to the center is a must.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, situated amidst rolling hills in Crow Agency, Montana pays tribute to those who died during Custer's Last Stand in 1876.
The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, under the auspices of Montana State University, has the largest collection of American dinosaur bones in the world.
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark traveled through Montana many times on their journey across North America, navigating huge sections of the Missouri River.
At Little Bighorn, George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Cavalry battled bands of Northern Plains Indians -- Lakota Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho -- trying to preserve their ancestral way of life.
Custer's Native American adversaries at Little Bighorn were Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. Custer, along with several hundred American soldiers and a number of Native American warriors, were killed during his famous Last Stand.
Virginia City was built during the Gold Rush of the 19th century when about $30 million in gold was panned from local rivers and streams. It was preserved in the 1940s and today is a popular tourist attraction with more than 100 historic buildings.
Tyrannosaurus rex, Apatosaurus and Triceratops all thrived in Montana until climate changes ended their existence. You can hear all about it at Bozeman's Museum of the Rockies
In the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, you can see the largest dinosaur fossil skull in the world, belonging to a nine-foot Torosaurus.
Visitors to Virginia City, Montana can take a stagecoach ride around town, pan for gold and see how the original "goldiggers" lived in a Gold Rush boomtown.