Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Billings MT do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Billings MT, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Billings, MT
Information for Travelers
On the banks of the Yellowstone River in south-central Montana, Billings is Montana's largest city.
The city itself is set against the backdrop of magnificent sandstone cliffs known as the Rimrocks.
Far from being crowded, Billings is known as Montana's Trailhead and is surrounded by Big Sky landscapes and public spaces that offer hiking, mountain biking and an easy escape into nature.
It's not just the rugged and wild scenery that makes Billings a popular destination in the region.
The city has an abundance of things to do attracts visitors from across the state.
And Billings attractions do well to incorporate Western culture and the open spaces of the American West.
Alongside several cobblestone courtyards and local shops, popular downtown tourist attractions include Western art museums and historic theaters.
The center is also the epicenter of major community celebrations, including parades, art walks and a weekly "Alive After 5" concert series during the summer.
History still resonates in the streets of Billings, especially at places like the nationally recognized Western Heritage Center or the Yellowstone County Museum, filled with artifacts.
For a much deeper historical perspective, the nearby caves at Pictograph Caves State Park are adorned with artwork that is over 2,000 years old.
The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is where Lieutenant Colonel Custer died.
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