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Butte-Silver Bow Chamber of Commerce
Exit 126-1000 George St.
Butte, MT 59701
800-735-6814 or
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Butte’s history is etched in its skyline, with the black steel headframes making it unique in the state. Enough of old Butte survives in the historic district and residential areas to give visitors an idea of the past. Properties work together to make you feel welcome. There are plenty of breakout rooms, eating facilities, and areas for exhibits. The Chamber of Commerce assists as well. Butte welcomes visitors, and the friendly residents are happy to see you any time of year. Delta SkyWest and Horizon fly into Butte several times a day and Interstates 90 (east-west) and 15 (north-south) cross in Butte. For a unique experience give Butte a try.

WINTER: Clear crisp days await you in Butte. When you are not attending meetings, how about a sled dog ride, cross-country or downhill skiing, snowmobiling, ice-fishing, or skating? We have it all within an hour of Butte.

SPRING: Think fishing, spring skiing, or a day tour of the area. Snow on the mountains and bright sunshine can be a photographer’s dream. Enjoy!

SUMMER: Everything is open and there is so much to do for people of all ages. The trolley, World Museum of Mining, Mineral Museum, Copper King Mansion, and a number of other attractions beckon visitors.

FALL: Cool nights, warm days, beautiful trees -- a perfect time for a scenic drive or a visit to one of many attractions. This time of year is a real favorite for visitors.

The Arts Chateau has revolving art exhibits and is open year-round. The Copper King Mansion will be happy to have your group take a tour of this 32-room mansion, and lunch or dinner can be prepared. The World Museum of Mining has something for everyone. A visit to Our Lady of the Rockies atop the Continental Divide will be a memorable experience. A trip on the trolley is a real treat and the guide will point out all of the wonderful buildings in the historic district. There are things to do for all groups and all ages. You are always welcome in Butte and we’ll go the extra mile to make you feel comfortable and enjoy your conference, meeting or convention.

Population: 35,000
Number of hotel rooms: 1,363
Largest single meeting facility: 11,176 square feet plus 24,000 square feet of dome space

Glacier National Park: 248 miles
Yellowstone National Park: 150 miles
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument: 60 miles

Interstate/Highway: I-90, I-15, MT 2

Delta SkyWest 800-453-9417
Horizon 800-547-9308


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