Miles City

Miles City is a city in Montana. The population was 8,410 at the 2010 census.

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Miles City was an important cattle town in the late 1800s. There is still a strong cowboy culture. The “World Famous Bucking Horse Sale” in May sells horses for rodeos. It is heavily attended, including by celebrities.

Interstate 94, US-12, and Montana Highway 59 travel through Miles City.

Miles City Airport has scheduled service to Billings and Glendive.

Most businesses are on the two main roads in Miles City – Main and Haynes. Exit 138 is Haynes. This street has many of the chain motels and newer businesses. It intersects with Main at the Pine Hills Detention Center.

Exit 135 is Main St. After driving past the fish hatchery, Range Riders Museum and the fairgrounds, you enter the historic area of Miles City. There are hotels, restaurants, bars and retail shops for about 7 blocks. After going under the railroad tracks, you enter the residential portion of the street. There are many National Registered Historic locations. The street ends when it intersects with Haynes. Taking a right onto Haynes will lead back to the Interstate.

  • Range Riders Museum, 435 LP Anderson Rd (off the west end of Main St), +1 406 232-6146. Apr–Oct: 8AM-6PM daily. 
  • WaterWorks Art Museum, 85 Water Plant Rd, +1 406 234-0635. Oct-Apr: Tu-Su 1PM-5PM; May-Sep: Tu-Su 9AM-5PM. Free. (updated Jun 2017)

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