What to do and see in Miles City, United States: The Best Places and Tips

January 15, 2018 Mollie Coke

Miles City in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Specialty Museums. Discover best things to do in Miles City with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Miles City

1. Range Riders Museum

443 Business I-94, West Main Street, Miles City, MT +1 406-232-6146
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4.5 based on 84 reviews

Range Riders Museum

Reviewed By Pea_Baker - Hot Springs Village, Arkansas

Do not miss going thru this Museum! It is just awesome. Take lots of time as there is a lot to look at. Best western museum I've ever seen. Only $5 for seniors to go thru.

2. Tongue River Winery

99 Morning Star Ln, Miles City, MT 59301-9102 +1 406-853-1028
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5 based on 31 reviews

Tongue River Winery

Tongue River Winery, established in 2010, with a 3-acre vineyard and orchard has the only commercial vineyard in the eastern 3/4 of Montana. The Vineyard grows several exotic fruits, and the winery crafts numerous award winning wines from hardy northern grapes and other fruits. Open year round, the winery offers free wine tastings for adults and has bottled water, pop and wine for sale. Tours and visits with the winemakers are generally available.

Reviewed By chrizzy_turtle - South Euclid

We did wine tastings with son as the parents were out of town. They bottle right on site. They have award winning wines. We bought 3 bottles of wine. Black Currants white raspberry and honeysuckle something haspwa? Was 5 minutes from interstate. Call ahead to see if they are on the property or make appointment. We met son at 7pm and he was very accommodating. They will ship too to certain states!

3. WaterWorks Art Museum

85 Water Plant Rd, Miles City, MT 59301-4032 +1 406-234-0635
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5 based on 28 reviews

WaterWorks Art Museum

WaterWorks Art Museum (formerly known as Custer County Art Center) or CCAHC is housed in the old water treatment facility. The building itself is art and history. We are a contemporary and historical Art Museum. We change exhibits about every six weeks. Our permanent collection includes historical photographs of Evelyn Cameron and LA Huffman. We offer adult and children's classes year round and hold open studio on Tuesday evenings when anyone can use the workshop for your different mediums. We have a delightful gift shop that features local and state artists with various mediums.

Reviewed By kmsmolen - Crestview, Florida

As noted by another review, the center's name has changed to the "Water Works Art Museum". We were captivated by the unique setting inside a former water works holding tank. The building itself is fascinating, and is very well designed. The permanent collection has modern,...MoreWe appreciate your review and are happy your experience with us was positive. Thank you for taking the time to visit and we love that you posted such favorable remarks. Come see us again. Dixie

4. Montana Theater

905 Main St, Miles City, MT 59301-3300 +1 406-232-2957
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Montana Theater

Reviewed By Bdela - New England, North Dakota

$7.25 for adults. Reasonable priced snacks. A lot of seats. The 2 women & man I spoke with were very friendly. Theater was built in 1936. This building caught my attention. My spouse & I afterwards saw pictures all over town of it. Newspaper article at the range riders museum, black & white canvas at McDonalds, picture at waterworks art museum, Gallagher's family restaurant, and other places.

5. Camp 21 Tours

2804 Valley Dr E, Miles City, MT 59301-5920
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Camp 21 Tours

This portion of the Yellowstone River Valley, as well as the city of Miles City, contains an enormous amount of history that is important to Native Americans and to those interested in the American Indian Wars, the "wild west", the Milwaukee and Burlington-Northern railroads, the lives of the homesteaders and so much more! Camp 21 Tours is dedicated to enlightening tourists and locals alike about the rich heritage of this area of Eastern Montana.

Reviewed By James Y - miles city, United States

an enjoyable way to enjoy the scenery of eastern montana . the operator is an expert in Eastern Montana history !

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