Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. While many people come to the park to see the geysers and other geological features, the wildlife of Yellowstone is also a big draw, and lucky for you, visitors of West Yellowstone can view the wildlife without the crowds of
It’s winter and the whole family has cabin fever… what to do? Don’t think twice, just book it to West Yellowstone, Montana. This place is a mecca for outdoor winter adventures, geared toward adults and kids alike. With winter activities at your fingertips, including world-class Nordic skiing and downhill resorts nearby, what’s not to love?
As we all know, Yellowstone National Park owns the distinction of being the “First” National Park in our nation. In my research I discovered that the airport constructed in West Yellowstone was the first airport to service a National Park. This is a state owned public use airport just north of town. It covers 735
West Yellowstone’s history is as rich as your imagination. The area was first developed with the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad. This small Montana town witnessed the evolution of traveling into the world’s first national park with stagecoaches, dog sleds, Model T’s, snow planes, and more! At the Museum of the Yellowstone , view
Experience the traditional art of live performances at the Playmill Theatre. The Playmill shows are centered around fun and family values. The cast offers a personal and interactive experience from the time you are greeted and shown to your seat through the entire performance. In addition to an opening including songs, the cast captivates and
There is nowhere else that you can enjoy the variety of film and theatre showings as in West Yellowstone. Experience one of many nature films by day or catch a feature film at night on our six-story-high screen. Or attend a traditional and authentic live stage performance—all in West Yellowstone. The Yellowstone Giant Screen is
Connecting people with nature is the mission of this unique center. Located at the former National Smokejumpers Center, nature and history combine in a one-acre town spot. The Yellowstone Nature Connection has outstanding programs for families and children with a focus on fire ecology because of the profound impact the 1988 Fires had on the