National Montana Day - 2021-05-03
What is National Montana Day?
On May 3rd, National Montana Day celebrates the state’s distinct qualities. It can be hard to know where to begin when discussing the state’s natural beauty, its history, and its unique identity. If you look up, you'll see big sky country. The sky is a bright blue day or night, because of the northern lights. And during the day, you can see the azure sky. But if you look down, you'll see Yellowstone. It's known for its geysers, hot springs, mountain views, and its many entrances into the park. Travel back in time to the month of June in 1876 and the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Visit Custer National Cemetery, where you will learn about the people who joined in this epic battle. Twelve years later on November 8, 1889, Montana became a state. In Montana, it is easy to become distracted. Travelers are often so captivated by the views of the mountains that they forget why they left the room. For example, Glacier National Park is known for its incredible views, but it also has an incredible resource called a dark night sky. One of its greatest natural resources is the Crown of the Continent, which is one of the darkest areas in the United States.
When is National Montana Day?
National Montana Day is celebrated annually on May 3!
History of National Montana Day
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