- The list below includes 20 free or cheap things to do in or near Great Falls, Montana, including 18 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Art Museum, History Museums and Mini Golf.
- From Giant Springs Heritage State Park & Fish Hatchery to Gibson Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Great Falls and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mount Laurel.
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4600 Giant Springs Rd, Great Falls, MT MoreLess Info
The spacious and beautiful Giant Springs Heritage State Park & Fish Hatchery is located in Great Falls, Montana. Residents enjoy free entry and parking throughout the year, and non-residents must pay a small fee. Discounted non-resident passes are available and include unlimited admission.
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4600 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls, MT 59405 MoreLess Info
Featuring North America's biggest spring, visitors can explore the springs and pools located in Giant Springs State Park. They also have a Lewis and Clark museum that shows the history of how they discovered the spring 200 years ago.
The river that runs through West Bank Park offers some tranquillity and a natural habitat for a number of rare bird species. There is one long circular trail taking in woodland as well as following the course of the river.
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922 Bootlegger Trail, Great Falls, MT 59404 MoreLess Info
Consisting of 19 square miles, the Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge contains almost 6,000 acres of mixed grass prairie and more than 6,000 acres of wetlands. The refuge also has birds and 28 species of wildlife.
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4201 Giant Springs Rd, Great Falls, MT 59405 MoreLess Info
The Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center sits in Great Falls, Montana, and is dedicated to the western journey of explorers Lewis & Clark. The Center contains maps, statues, photographs, short films, sculptures, vehicle models and other objects related to these explorers and their work.