- 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.
Situated in Great Falls, Montana, the C.M. Russell Museum preserves and displays the work of prolific artist Charles Marion Russell. It also includes works by several of Russell's contemporaries. The complete inventory contains over 12,000 drawings, paintings and other works.
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Created to honor war veterans, the Malmstrom Air Force Base Heritage Center and Air Park offers numerous educational exhibits. Located around the air force base, airplanes and historical aircrafts are also on display.
Focused upon the history of Great Falls and all of Cascade County, The History Museum contains numerous artifacts, displays and exhibits dedicated to the early locals. This includes military uniforms, photographs and news articles.
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4201 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls, MT 59405 MoreLess Info
Situated on the Missouri River waterfront, Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center has life sized displays of the adventurers, as well as buffaloes and canoes. Visitors can also hike the Sulphur Springs Trail, which starts at the center.
Sacagawea Springs is a natural sulphur spring situated near the headwaters of the Missouri River. The springs are named after the Native American guide who helped the Lewis & Clark expedition and are said to have medicinal properties.
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21 77th St N, Ste 144, Great Falls, MT 59402 MoreLess Info
Malmstrom Air Force Base Museum is free and open to the public, although visitors must have photo ID and obtain a pass at the visitor's center. It features a historical collection of aircraft outside and displays of equipment inside.