Visitors

Welcome from Governor Bullock 

On behalf of all who serve in state government and all the people of Montana, I welcome you to mt.gov - Montana's Official State Website. Tour these web pages to find information about our initiatives, as well as travel destinations, business creation and relocation, and links to Montana's state agencies.


Travel Information compass

Whether you are planning your first trip to Montana or you are a frequent visitor or resident, we have numerous travel resources available. Go online to VisitMT.com for tourism information, learn about cities and towns, plan a trip or see distances between major Montana cities. We also have a calendar of events and lots of things to see and do.


National & State Parks mountain goat

Montana is home to two major National Parks - Glacier and Yellowstone - and 54 state parks that connect visitors to history, culture, nature and water-based recreational sites. Learn more about our glaciers and geysers and get details on Montana State Parks. 


Fishing & Hunting pheasants

Whether your goal is bagging a trophy elk or spending an afternoon or a week on our blue-ribbon trout streams we have tips on where to go, what you need for the trip and information on rules and regulations for hunting and fishing in Montana.


Recreation recreation in Montana

Montana is filled with adventurous possibilities - hiking, rafting, horseback riding, mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, etc. Whether summer, winter, springtime or autumn there are endless possibilities for recreation under the Big Sky.


Museums & Cultural Attractions Montana State Museum 

From the Montana Historical Society in Helena to the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman - and at battlefields, landmarks and attractions in between - you can find out more about Montana through our many museums and cultural attractions.


Montana Film Office Montana Film Office

A central resource for producers of feature films, commercials, documentaries, television programs, and still shoots. The Montana Film Office will help you find locations that fit your script, and they have an extensive photo library.


Lewis & Clark in Montana Lewis and Clark in Montana

The famous Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed Montana in 1805 and then again in 1806. From 2003 through 2006, our nation observed the bicentennial of Lewis and Clark's journey.


Roads & Weather Tree against a foggy, snowy background

Folks who live in Montana know how important the weather is in planning for safe travel and outdoor activities. See what the current road and weather conditions are and weather forecasts for the state.


History, Arts & Culture Montana Flag