Arts and Culture - Attractions
In the old days, they used to say Red Lodge had a saloon on every corner. Well, some of those saloons have been replaced by art galleries, gift shops and a park, but much of the historic character is still on display. Pick up a walking tour brochure at the Museum, or one of the fabulous Red Lodge history books for more of the inside story on The Way We Were.
Roman Theater · 406-446-2233
We've gone digital! "It's Better On The Big Screen"... With the new "CHRISTIE" digital projection system & "DOLBY 5.1" sound.
In honor of all the frontline heath care workers who are fighting the pandemic we are offering FREE ADMISSION for healthcare workers with valid hospital, clinic or health facility ID. Seating is limited to 25 people on a first come, first serve basis. Tickets are available online or at the box office.
Doors open at 6:30 pm, showtime 7:00 pm. CLICK HERE for our schedule. more...
Buses of Yellowstone Preservation Trust · 406-860-5910
Showcasing original operating vehicles and associated memorabilia used in Yellowstone Park prior to World War II; all displayed in a historic garage located in the historic Commercial District of Red Lodge. Trips for groups and families in one of the historic buses up the Beartooth Highway may be arranged. more...
Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery · 406-446-1370
Set in the historic Rocky Fork and Cooke City Railway Depot, the Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery features art from nearly 150 artists. Shop in the store and stroll the exhibition galleries where we feature the best emerging and established art the region has to offer including paintings, photography, jewelry, textiles, woodwork, and sculpture. Enjoy workshops, summer art camps, gallery talks, and annual events such as Art in the Beartooths and the Labor Day Arts Fair. Free to visit. Open year round. 11 West 8th Street, Red Lodge more...
Carbon County Historical Society & Museum · 406-446-3667
Highlights historic Red Lodge with Greenough rodeo collection, extensive historical gun collection, interactive coal mine exhibit and much more. The staff also assists with genealogical and historic research. more...
Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary · 406-446-1133
Providing lifelong sanctuary to non-releasable native Montana wildlife, the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary allows visitors of all ages to safely enjoy the natural beauty and behaviors of animals such as mountain lions, bison, wolves, bears, birds of prey and many more. Open year round and just a few blocks from downtown. Please check website and Facebook for more details. more...
Bighorn Basin Paleontolgical Institute · 610-996-1055
Sentinel Ranch Alpacas · 406-577-4310
Visit our family ranch outside of Red Lodge. Pet and feed alpacas, shop in our Alpaca Land store and fall in love with all things alpaca! Open Mon-Sat 10am to 5pm.