With Yellowstone National Park, Sawtooth National Forest, and Lewis and Clark National Forest all within a manageable drive, it's best to rent a car in Butte. The surrounding natural attractions are too good to miss. In town, you can learn all about minerals at the World Museum of Mining, and be amazed—or horrified—by the Berkeley Pit, which is a 1,700-feet deep that was formerly an open-pit copper mine. The Copper King Mansion is an exquisite estate worth touring, as it highlights the wealth that mining brought to the town. The town is known for its Irish roots, and you can't miss out on having an Irish meal in the Uptown area. With so much to explore, be sure to look for Butte vacation packages that involve the activities you want to enjoy.
Recurring Festivals and Events
Saint Patrick's Day in Butte is absolutely one of the most happening times of the year, as the town gathers to eat, drink, and celebrate Irish heritage. Evel Knievel Days in July are also quite entertaining and attract thousands of visitors from all over. Additionally, the Montana Folk Festival in July is another event worth attending for the music and the artwork.
Search for Butte packages on Travelocity to get your trip started. Combine your flight with one of the hotels in Butte and save up to $537 on your trip. That's a lot of extra dough for camping gear, museum tickets, craft beer, and more.
Accommodation in Butte
Butte offers accommodations available for all types of travelers. Make a choice from the 12 accommodations featured on Travelocity's Butte lodging page.
You could start by investigating the lofty luxury of the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort and the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Butte. Alternatively, the Hampton Inn Butte or the Days Inn Butte offer cozy comfort at a price that won't break the bank.