Arts, Culture & Entertainment

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African Oasis Coffee & Tea House

406-988-0725

36 N. Idaho St.
Dillon, MT 59725

African Oasis is a safari experience close to home with something magical and unique for everyone. From African coffee and teas to museum displays of African wildlife. This stunning and relaxing environment offers an exquisite range of work made entirely by African craftsmen and women. With roots in southern Africa, all of the products we sell are authentic, handmade and unique. African Oasis invites you to learn a little more about Africa and fall in love with our one-of-a-kind experience.

Atomic 79, LLC

406-988-0221

104 N. Montana St.
Dillon, MT 59725

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When cowhands come to town, they know Atomic 79 is a must stop for them! We have everything for cowboys and cowgirls from farrier supplies, ranch ropes, western tack, and quality cowboy boots and cowgirl boots (that are resoleable)!

We aren’t just the cowboy shop though; we have something for everyone! For the wood craftsman, we have your work boot, axes, chisels, and anything you need to build your cabin in the woods. We even carry leather/canvas bags, hiking boots, and camping supplies if you are looking for a weekend hiking trip into the mountains.

Now, don’t go thinking we are all about work around here, we have all the fancy and fun things in life too!

Ladies, we had you in mind when selecting sterling silver and turquoise jewelry, quality leather purses, and trendy western fashion. 

Gentlemen, we can help you look your best from head to toe with silver cuff links, handmade leather briefcases, R.M. Williams shoes, and western vests to turn heads.

All are welcome, & coffee is always on at Atomic 79!

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Bannack State Park

406-834-3413

721 Bannack Road
Dillon, MT 59725

Bannack is one of the country's best preserved Ghost Towns! Come and step back in time to experience the Old West first hand. Bannack, Montana's first territorial capital. The state park, established in 1954, boasts over 100 historical buildings and structures. Bannack was the place where gold was first discovered in 1862. As with other state parks, there are fees for admission and camping is available. Visitors park at the Visitor Center and walk the quiet, dusty streets and deserted buildings. Discover what the old west was really like...in Bannack State Park!

Beaverhead County Museum

406-683-5027

15 S. Montana St.
Dillon, MT 59725

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A branded boardwalk connects the buildings and provides access to many outdoor exhibits. Built in 1950, the original museum was the log framed building and over the years the Torrey Lodge and Whitworth House were connected to the main museum. A cabin built by Thomas Poindexter in 1885 was moved to the museum in 1988. The museum's campus also includes the Argenta One-Room Schoolhouse, the Train Depot (built in 1909) and Depot Theatre. The Indigenous Peoples of Southwestern Montana exhibit is an exploration of the people who have lived in these mountains and valleys for at least the last 12,000 years. Beaverhead County played an important role in the Corps of Discovery, where Lewis & Clark met with Shoshone Indians at Camp Fortunate, as depicted in the Lewis & Clark Diorama. Come discover southwest Montana history at the Beaverhead County Museum!

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Frontier Events Center

406-660-6113

100 E. Helena St.
Dillon, MT 59725

Call today to book a concert, wedding or other event. We are a full service event venue, including catering, a bar, and full commercial kitchen.  We have a wonderful stage for concerts, events, etc. We have seating and tables for large events or can do smaller events as well.  A great place for any event or celebration in Dillon, Montana!

Tendoy Fine Art Gallery

406-660-3007

35 E. Bannack St.
Dillon, MT 59725

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Tendoy Fine Art, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts and arts education in Southwest Montana. Tendoy Fine Art features local and regional artists in a cooperative gallery, and hosts ArtSpace, an arts education space. Our hours vary by season, but we are generally open 6 days a week during the spring, summer and fall months and 5 days weekly during the winter months. The gallery displays original paintings, pottery, stained glass, weaving, carved wood and jewelry. Tendoy Fine Art seeks to interpret the landscape, animals and people who make up our western heritage. Come visit us today!

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The Andrus Hotel

406-925-5024

33 S. Idaho St.
Dillon, MT 59725

A Montana Legend, the best hotel in Montana in 1917...and again today! Dillon's historic, Renaissance-Revival-style Andrus Hotel, which first opened to the public in 1917, has occupied a central prominent place in the main Old Town district of Dillon, Montana for over one-hundred years. Today, we blend time-honored tradition with modern luxury for a sophisticated experience. Our location puts you within walking distance of art galleries, museums, a full-spectrum of dining experiences, nightlife, shopping and so much more. Experience refined accommodations, enhanced by genuine Montana hospitality, a historic setting and ideal location!

The Bookstore

406-683-6807

26 N. Idaho St.
Dillon, MT 59725

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The Bookstore is an independently owned local business that specializes in books about Montana and the Western United States. We feature local authors, and host book signings and other "Meet the Author" events. We offer a large selection of greeting cards, kids kits, calendars, sheet music/supplies, and a used book exchange.  Debbie from The Bookstore is a lover of words, a student of life, a collector of dictionaries, the wife of Bill, who loves to laugh and take a book to the movie theater. She rides a pink scooter. She is a "sometime" artist that plays with watercolor and creates personal meditation boxes. She loves what she does! Stop in The Bookstore today!