Butte Convention & Visitors Bureau

Butte’s one stop for current and comprehensive information about events and happenings in Butte.

Our Lady of The Rockies

Our Lady of the Rockies is a 90-foot statue sitting atop the Continental Divide is the result of a dream and six years of hard work.

Butte Chamber of Commerce

The Butte-Silver Bow Chamber of Commerce is striving to become the focal point for our Butte community through advocacy and action.

Granite Mountain Memorial

The Granite Mountain Memorial is an open air plaza offering visitors a panoramic view of headframes, the majestic East Ridge, the remnants of a once-flourishing mining industry, and most importantly, interpretation of the events, people, and turbulent times that surrounded the catastrophic Granite Mountain/Speculator fire.

Butte SilverBow Archives

Our free Catalog of Collections provides information on the thousands of documents, photos, and other items stored in our Archives.

William Clark Chateau

The Clark Chateau is located at 321 W. Broadway, in Historic Uptown Butte, Montana. We are open for tours 5 days a week, June through September, with special events continuing throughout the year.

Mai Wah

Preserving and Interpreting Butte’s Asian Heritage Since 1991

Imagine Butte Resource Center

The Imagine Butte Resource Center (IBRC) hosts a growing community of thinkers and makers working together at the historic Phoenix Building in Uptown Butte.


The Dumas is an historic American brothel built during the Victorian era in 1890, in what can only be described as brothel style architecture.

Butte Labor History Center

The Butte-Anaconda National Historic Landmark District was expanded in 2006. One of the primary rationales for that expansion was Butte and Anaconda’s internationally significant labor history.

BSB Public Library

In November 1890, Mountain View Mine Owner Charles Larabie gave $10,000 towards the construction of a library building in Butte.

MBMG Mineral Museum

The The Mineral Museum has something that is sure to amaze and inspire almost everyone. The finest examples of rock and mineral occurrences from Montana, the world, and even outer space museum vieware on display for the general public to examine and enjoy at no cost.

Copper King Mansion

William Clark’s Mansion and Bed & Breakfast.

Old Butte Historical Adventures

In November 1890, Mountain View Mine Owner Charles Larabie gave $10,000 towards the construction of a library building in Butte.