We Asked, You Answered: Visitors In Great Falls Need To Do This
Centrally located in Montana and nestled right on the Missouri River, Great Falls has plenty to offer visitors whether passing through or being their destination. As locals we can sometimes forget about some of the wonderful things our city offers for tourist. It is easy to do when you drive by them daily.
But we wanted to let people, who are first time visitors to our city, know what the best of the best we had to offer was. So, we asked for your opinions on what someone coming into our town for the first time had to experience before they continue their travels. We got some great responses, from museums and restaurants to hiking trails and parks.
If you have out of town guests and are struggling to figure what to do with their time in the Electric City check out some of the ideas our listeners have produced below. I believe if you take their advice your visitors will leave Great Falls already planning their next trip back here.
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
Sunset at Airport Hill or Flag Hill
Christmas Tree outside the Civic Center
These are just a handful of the remarkable things to do with visitors in Great Falls. We have not even mentioned the duck pond at Gibson Park, or the Children's Museum of Montana for those with young ones. If you stop by one or all of these places and events, you are sure to leave an impression on your visitors of their time in Great Falls.