Plan your perfect vacation at the seventh largest city in the United States and make awesome memories alongside family and friends in the city of Butte. Located in Silver Bow County, Montana, the city was incorporated in 1977 and since then they have become a force to reckon with by staying in line with its motto “The richest hill on Earth”. Its population hangs on the balance of over 35,000 people.
The Crested Butte Municipality in Colorado which is just a stone throw from Butte, Montana is an awesome rocky town which is perfect for mountain biking. Visit this little town with your family and enjoy a great stay altogether. The wooden shops and restaurants sell good food. The town is super-friendly with a population of just a little over 1,400. The town boasts of other tourists attractions that will blow your mind away.
Ever heard of a museum of mining? Then here is your chance to visit the World Museum of Mining. Located on an actual mine yard which is known as the Orphan Girl, the World Museum of Mining house more than 50 amazing structures. The 100ft high head frame, the building of Hell Roarin’Gulch, and so much more. There is also an underground tour round the Orphan Girl which is an hour long. The World Museum of Mining is your chance to revisit history and see first hand, the long history behind mining. The museum opens daily at 9:00 am (April-October). However, the number of hours are limited in Novembers and service delivery depends largely on weather condition.
Visit the Copper King Mansion and live like a king. The beautiful 34 room brick mansion was built from 1884 to 1888 during the Elizabethan era. The building belonged to William Andrews Clark, who was one of Montana’s three famous copper kings before it was later acquired by the Cote family in 1953. Navigation is quite easy and precise as it is located at the Northside of Uptown Butte. The guides are super friendly. Check out each room which includes the 64foot ballroom, a billiard room, a chapel, and a library.
Traditionally, Butte is popularly known for its mining activities. To this effect, it has different mining sites which had been abandoned over time and had become an environmental disaster. The Berkeley Pit is one of those places the mines left in bad shape. For as little as $2, you will get to see one of the largest Superfund sites in the United States. Every October, the admission is generally free. However, the water in the very large pit is extremely toxic and harmful. Ensure your children don’t go too close.
In respect to an awesome weather conditions, the best time to visit Butte falls is from mid-July to mid-August. During this period of time, the weather temperature, humidity, and other weather condition seem to be at their peak. September and November also offer a great time to visit as there are fewer crowds.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Butte. The hottest month in Butte is May, when temperatures peak at 97 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to -30 ˚F. The wettest month in Butte is July with 3.21 inches of rain, while the driest month is June with 0.14 inches of rain.
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