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Browning, Montana

Welcome to Blackfeet Country! The city of Browning is located on an Indian reservation, which adjoins Glacier National Park. The Blackfeet Reservations is Montana's largest Indian tribe. Of special interest is the Museum of the Plains Indian, which documents the art and culture of these indigenous peoples. Visitors to Browning are also welcome to participate in the North American Indian Days, which is held annually during mid-July. For further information on Tribal Campgrounds and excellent stream & lake fishing, please contact the Blackfeet Indian Reservation Ph: 406-338-7406

Scriver Museum of Montana Wildlife and Hall of Bronze - One of Montana's best-known sculptors combines his love of wildlife and art in a studio that features his own sculpture, the work of other artists, and taxidermy. Open daily, 8- 5pm, May thru September. Ph. 406-338-5425

The Town of Browning's URL is http://www.browningmontana.com



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