From the hotel’s front door you are literally a few steps from Philipsburg’s many famous, and a few infamous, attractions. Candy, jewelry, restaurants, microbrewery and coffee bars are a few doors down. The town’s historic Opera House and excellent museums, and an Art Gallery are a half-block away. And the compact three block downtown also includes seven antiques stores, fun old saloons and dozens of stunning old buildings that reflect “P-burg’s” rip-roaring history as one of the West’s great mining centers.
So if your goal is to step back
in time and drink in the charm of
old Montana, there is no better
place to plan your stay than in the
center of friendly Philipsburg.
Now if you’re after another kind
of experience, The Broadway is
also a perfect base for adventure
in the pristine high country. A few
minutes out of Philipsburg puts
you into literally thousands
of square miles of national forest
and wilderness. The towering peaks of the Pintler Range and the rolling hills of Big Sky country beckon anyone who wants to experience some of America’s finest fishing, hunting, hiking or the roaring silence of the remote mountains.