Before the turn of the century, railroads, wealthy mining barons, and other scions of the old West built mansions and lodges and in Montana to provide accommodations for themselves, railroad workers, and settlers.
These historic Montana lodges and mansions now offer excellent lodging options for your Montana vacation. You’ll get a good sense of the local history from them, and understand a little more about what makes Montana special.
Historical Lodging in Phillipsburg, Montana:
Phillipsburg is a beautiful traditional Montana town that hasn’t succumb to tourism and gentrification. It retains the true Montana character of a ranch town. That 120 year old Broadway Hotel is the same. It is an amazing hotel that has reopened it’s doors with a complete renovation. This is a town and hotel rich with mining history. It also has great skiing at Discovery Ski Resort just 15 miles away. As well as good fishing at Georgetown Lake.
Historical Lodging in Boulder, Montana:
Hot springs are an amazing way to spend a few days relaxing on your Montana vacation. Boulder hot springs was historically enjoyed by settlers but in the 1880′s was turned into a posh European spa and hotel. This is a beautiful place to enjoy history in this old hotel and a soak.
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