Museums & History
Not the rubber stamp town most folks associate with Montana, Anaconda sprung from a melting pot of immigrants chasing the American dream. Hard work and ingenuity of laborers, craftsmen and business tycoons, coupled with southwestern Montana’s vast natural resources, impelled the Anaconda Copper Mining Company and the small but sophisticated town that arose with it, to a position of world’s largest supplier of copper, just as electricity came into common use.

Copper Village Museum & Arts Center
Housed in the former Anaconda City Hall, built in 1896. Complex includes a historical museum, archives and art center, along with a retail shop and the local historical society. http://www.coppervillageartcen
ter.com/

Hearst Free Library
Built in 1898 with classic beauty. http://www.hearstfreelibrary.o
rg

Visitor Center
Washoe Theater

(406) 563-6161
305 Main St.
Anaconda, MT, 59711
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Park Hopper

Itinerary Photo
Anaconda is halfway along the drive from Yellowstone National Park to Glacier National Park and is the perfect spot to stop for a big Montana stretch outside the car. With restaurants and activities for families, shops to explore, places to stay, and breathtaking scenery, Anaconda is the perfect off the beaten path part of a Montana adventure.

Pintler Scenic Byway
Washoe Park
Washoe Park Trout Hatchery
Copper Chute Super Slide
Downtown Shops & Restaurants

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Dec 02 2015
Want to get your photos published at the Chamber?

The Anaconda Chamber of Commerce wants to feature you and your photos at the Chamber. Why? Because we are not photographers and can't accurately depict our gorgeous town, but you can.

There will be three category winners and a grand prize winner. All winners will be notified of their standings...

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The Anaconda Visitors Center & Chamber of Commerce

+1(406)563-2400

info@discoveranaconda.com

306 East Park Ave.
Anaconda, MT 59711

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