Some of the burning questions people have already asked, here for you. Want to get more local perspective? Simply contact the Tourism Team, and we will get you what you need.
Where is the Greatest Place to View Fall Foliage?
PJ says West Bank Park is her favorite place to see the Fall Foliage. There are many other places to see great fall colors in Great Falls, find your favorite and share what you find with #FallGreatFalls.
Where are the Great Falls?
Rebecca loves this one! The Tourism Team is often asked this, and some locals aren’t even sure where the Great Falls are. The Great Falls are North of Great Falls, take State Highway 87 North, and turn right onto Morony Dam Rd. Five miles down Morony Dam Rd, you will come to a sign that directs you right to Ryan Dam Rd. At the end of that road, you will find The Great Falls! Spend some time on Ryan Island. This place always renews one’s spirit and has a variety of breathtaking landscapes!
What is there to do in Great Falls?
Vanessa enjoys answering this question! Great Falls is Montana’s Basecamp for Art & Adventure, and there is always something happening in Great Falls! Check out our events page for upcoming live music, theater, and more great events! In addition, Great Falls has 10 museums, making the city Montana’s museum capital! The Celtic Cowboy has been voted Montana’s Best Irish Pub and North America’s Best Sport Experience. Great Falls is home to the famed Sip n Dip Lounge, where mermaids swim while you enjoy Montana’s best rum drink. The River’s Edge Trail offers more than 60 miles of rail-to-trail adventure, and Great Falls has amazing locally-owned breweries. So the question isn’t ‘what is there to do in Great Falls,’ but ‘what ISN’T there to do in Great Falls?!’
Whether you have a few hours in Great Falls, are looking for free events for your children and family, or want an adventure off the beaten path, the Great Falls Montana tourism has all the info you need!