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  • Radon Health Mines

    Radon Health Mines

    Boulder, Montana

    Ah, therapeutic radioactivity. Old mines have become radon vacation havens for the aged and ill, pockmarking the landscape between Basin and Boulder.

  • Miracle of America Museum

    Miracle of America Museum

    Polson, Montana

    300,000+ artifacts, in over 40 buildings, collected by one man. Viking ship, two-headed calf, alien autopsy, winged monkey...

  • Club Foot George's Club Foot

    Club Foot George's Club Foot

    Virginia City, Montana

    Club Foot George's Club Foot, separated from the rest of Club Foot George since 1864, was finally cremated in 2017. A perfect replica has taken its place on display.

  • Steer Montana

    Steer Montana

    Baker, Montana

    3,980 lb. dead bovine exhibited in the local historical museum.

  • Lake of Death: Berkeley Pit Overlook

    Lake of Death: Berkeley Pit Overlook

    Butte, Montana

    A viewing platform reveals a vast hole in the ground filled with toxic water. It's like Crater Lake, except it's a lake of poison.

  • Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn

    Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn

    Crow Agency, Montana

    Enough about Custer -- let's hear from Little Big Horn's winners.

  • Talking Penguin Statue

    Talking Penguin Statue

    Cut Bank, Montana

    27 feet tall, made of five tons of concrete. Apt ambassador for the "Coldest Spot in the Nation."

  • Bannack Ghost Town: Ghosts and Gallows

    Bannack Ghost Town: Ghosts and Gallows

    Dillon, Montana

    Ghost town includes graves, old church, saloon, Masonic lodge, over 60 buildings. Famous for its hanging gallows.

  • Forever Faithful - Old Shep

    Forever Faithful - Old Shep

    Fort Benton, Montana

    His master never returned, but Shep met the train every day until he died. The town remembers.

  • Paul Bunyan's Fry Pan: World's Largest?

    Paul Bunyan's Fry Pan: World's Largest?

    Libby, Montana

    Outdoor display of a huge cast iron frying pan, forged in the 1970s and used for fundraising during the town's annual Logger Days festival.

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