- Our list of the best things to do in Missoula, Montana, features the top 34 nearby activities — including 22 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Missoula, MT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Sights & Landmarks, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 27 things to do within the city of Missoula, MT , followed by 8 popular activities in nearby cities, including Stevensville and Fort Benton
An historic and cultural tourist site, St. Mary's Mission provides information relative to the birth of the state of Montana. Visitors can walk the grounds and tour a number of sites including a chapel, museum, art gallery and gift shop.
An organic brewery that follows the Montana tap room regulations, Wildwood Brewery makes a variety of beers, including stouts, pilsners, ales, and lagers. They focus on sustainability, and host a number of special events with sustainable themes.
The Stevensville Historical Museum is a museum that showcases the history of Stevensville. The museum features exhibits that detail the establishment of settlements along the Bitterroot River, which resulted from the timber and mining industries.
100% 8 votes
End of road at McCalla Ridge Road and St. Mary's Peak Road 739 junction, Stevensville, MT 59870 MoreLess Info
Reaching 9300 feet in elevation, St. Mary's Peak features a 4.5 mile hiking trail that culminates at a fire lookout station at the mountain's top. Hikers who persist to the top will be rewarded by panoramic views of the surroundings.
94% 54 votes
P.O. Box 667, St. Ignatius, MT 59865 MoreLess Info
When St. Ignatius Mission was constructed in the early 1890s on the Flathead Indian Reservation, Brother Joseph Carignano painted 58 original paintings on the walls and ceilings of the mission. Visitors can tour the church, as well as the museum and gift store.
Located on a property of 46 acres, the Daly Mansion was bought by Marcus Daly and reshaped to its current looks in 1897. It is a museum which depicts the life of its former owner, from the times he was a poor immigrants to when he became a copper magnate.
At Lake Como, guests will be able to enjoy picnics and campfires while viewing the body of water and the snow-covered mountains. Guests who come to this site to go hiking and boating will also be able to rent cabins for overnight camping.
93% 14 votes
Sula, MT MoreLess Info
Known as the banana belt of Montana, the Bitterroot Valley is nestled between the Sapphire Mountains and the Bitterroot Mountains along the Bitterroot River. People can hike, bike, ride horses, climb rocks, boat, swim, hunt, and ride snowmobiles, as well as visit historic trails and missions, arboretums, and mu…