400 13th St N | 406-727-8787
The Discovery Gallery provides an interactive space for families and children of all ages to explore Russell’s art and life in the Old West. It features period props, art activities, a fur-trade store, Indian Village, and a chuck wagon.
1015 25th St N | 406-452-5311
The Great Falls Voyagers are a highlight of summers in Great Falls. Join Orbit, the team mascot, before each game for autographs and picture opportunities.
4201 Giant Springs Rd |406-727-8733
The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center offers fun for the entire family. The two-story diorama of the vessel that carried the explorers will engage all ages. Visitors can choose their return trip by following either Lewis or Clark.
400 River Dr N | 406-771-3256
Children can feed geese, play on the playground equipment, and visit Vinegar Jones Cabin. There is also an expansive floral garden and during the summers, there are free concerts on Wednesdays.
4803 Giant Springs Rd | 406-727-1212
Giant Springs State Park is the only state park in Montana with a fish hatchery, making this a great place for children to learn about the life cycle of native Montana trout.
Various Locations in the Great Falls Area
The Buffalo Hunt project is a celebration of the Buffalo and the culture, history, and art of the area they once roamed. Take on the challenge of hunting all 24 Buffalo in the Great Falls Area.
2701 10th Ave S | 406-771-1265
Get close to a F-102 plane, courtesy of Montana Air National Guard. Lions Park provides picnic tables, covered shelters, tennis coats, a rock wall, and play equipment.
336 Rainbow Dam Rd | 406-268-2324
The Great Falls at Ryan Dam provide the perfect opportunity to view the first major falls the Corps of Discovery encountered. The best view of Great Falls is done from the highest peak at Ryan Island Park Island, which is accessed from a suspension bridge across the Missouri River.
920 River Dr S | 406-771-1265
A giant turtle, a sea serpeant, and playground equipment make this a place for adventure in Great Falls. Located along the Missouri River, you can get access to the river for fishing, canoeing, paddle boarding, kayaking, picnic tables, and shelters.
53 miles of paved trails in Great Falls
The River’s Edge Trail is a paved, single-tracked trail that runs alongside the Missouri River. The trail provides the perfect opportunity for walking, hiking, jogging, skating, biking, and geocaching.
100 River Dr S
Electric City is the go to option for summer fun in Great Falls. The water park offers slides, body boarding, a lazy river, swimming pool, and a squirt zone for the kids. The Electric City Water Park has large grassy areas, shade trees, and a party deck.
511 Central Ave | 406-285-8410
Escape the Falls features real-life puzzles that participants have 60 minutes to try and find clues/solve puzzles to escape the room. Different themed rooms present different challenges that are great for special occasions, parties, and team-building exercises!
315 Central Ave | 406-315-4260
Brush Crazy is a painting studio for team building events, parties, and walk-in creatives that offers step-by-step or artist-led painting classes. Kids can come and join the fun too!
While Sluice Boxes State Park has adventurous trails for thrill seekers, there are sections of the park where you can easily hike the trail with your family, no matter the age.
Children’s Museum | 22 Railroad Square
Electric City BMX |1200 21st Ave S
Flippin’ Family Fun | 5501 9th Ave S
Let’s Play Games & Toys | 514 Central Ave
Riverside Railyard Skate Park | 500 River Dr N
Wheels of Thunder | 1609 12th Ave N