- Our list of the best things to do in Deer Lodge, Montana, features the top 10 nearby activities — including 5 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Deer Lodge, MT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Deer Lodge, MT , followed by 8 popular activities in nearby cities, including Anaconda and Nevada City
Cattle baron Conrad Kohrs once owned 10 million acres, and 1,600 acres of it are open to the public as Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site. Visitors can take guided tours including wagon tours pulled by draft horses, hear blacksmiths and cowboys talk, see farm animals, and tour the ranch house.
The Old Montana Prison Complex was originally built by inmates and opened on July 2, 1871. The complex has been turned into a series of museums including an Old Prison Museum, Law Enforcement Museum, Frontier Museum, Powell County Museum, Montana Auto Museum, Yesterday's Playthings and Cottonwood City.
A 12-lane bowling center, Cedar Park Bowling Lanes offers open and league bowling, horseshoes and arcade video games. The center also has a sports bar and lounge with casino games and televisions displaying sporting events.
Featuring 18 lanes, Copper City Bowl & Cafe offers open bowling with automatic scoring and shoe rental. The facility serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and provides slot machines, a bar and a banquet hall for private events.
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Housed in an old City Hall building that dates back to 1895, the Copper Village Museum & Art Center features a variety of attractions, including a natural history museum, an art gallery, and shopping boutiques.
Anaconda Smoke Stack State Park is home to one of the tallest free-standing brick structures in the world. Nearby this remanent building of the Anaconda Copper Company from the early 1900s is an interpretive display exhibit.
Opened in 1936, the Washoe Theater is the last theater in America built in the Nouveau Deco architectural style. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, while The Smithsonian describes it as a national treasure, because of its sumptuous interior.
With both indoor and outdoor amenities, the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort offers 153 rooms to those wishing to enjoy the 2 oversized swimming pools and the 2 mineral soaking pools. It also has a 350 foot-long enclosed water slide.