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Contact for more information:
Billings Area Chamber of Commerce CVB
Rhonda Harms
P.O. Box 31177
815 S. 27th Street
Billings, MT 59107
800-711-2630 or
Fax: 406-245-7333

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Billings sits on the banks of the Yellowstone River between Yellowstone National Park and Little Bighorn Battlefield (Custer’s Last Stand) National Monument. Billings is the largest city in a 500-mile radius and is a hub for transportation, accommodations, and other services. Logan International Airport (five minutes from downtown) offers 37 daily passenger flights. Enjoy our selection of 3,500 sleeping rooms and over one-third of a million square feet of meeting and exhibit space. The Billings CVB offers planners exceptional service including site visit assistance, promotional materials and videos, spouse tour itinerary suggestions, VIP welcomes, on-site registration and concierge service, and attendance building programs.

WINTER: This is our meeting and convention value season. Experience skiing at nearby Red Lodge Mountain or attend the Roughstock Invitational Rodeo or a semiprofessional hockey or football game.

SPRING: Northern International Livestock Exposition’s Bull Riders Invitational, the Strawberry Festival, and the re-enactment of Custer’s Last Stand make for an exciting spring in south-central Montana.

SUMMER: During our busiest season relive the Lewis & Clark Expedition during Clark Day, take part in the Northwest’s largest balloon event at SkyFest, or enjoy the authentic experience of a Native American powwow at Crow Fair, the world’s largest tepee encampment. There’s something for everyone.

FALL: Beautiful weather and less crowds. Fall is a great time to enjoy the Billings area. Enjoy the NILE rodeo or take part in a fall celebration of cultures at Herbstfest.

Nearly 200 years ago, the Lewis & Clark Expedition left its mark on our area with the only physical remaining evidence of the journey: Clark carved his name on the sandstone outcropping he named Pompeys Pillar. Visit this national monument or other Billings attractions such as the Moss Mansion, Yellowstone Art Museum, Yellowstone County Museum, Western Heritage Center, or Pictograph Cave State Park. Billings is also home to Montana’s only zoo, the Alberta Bair Theater for Performing Arts, and the Billings Symphony. You’ll find Montana Fair, the state’s largest event, at MetraPark -- site of a 12,000-seat arena, fairgrounds, and exhibition halls.

Population: 100,000
Number of hotel rooms: 3,750
Largest single meeting facility: 135,570 square feet

Glacier National Park: 359 miles
Yellowstone National Park: 130 miles
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument: 60 miles

Interstate/Highway: I-90, I-94, US 87, MT 3

Big Sky 800-237-7788
Delta 800-221-1212
Horizon 800-547-9308
Northwest 800-225-2525
SkyWest 800-453-9417
United 800-241-6522


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