Visitors can explore Great Falls' rich history through the hundreds of memorable homes and other buildings in the area. From the legendary Adams Stone Barn, just west of Great Falls, to the city's historic district, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, these structures allow you to glimpse Montana's storied past.
Historic Great Falls Walking Tour
An hour-long, self-guided tour of Great Falls' historic district features 216 structures, most of which have maintained their original appearance. Homes constructed between 1885 and 1945 make up most of the tour, with typical architectural styles including Bungalow, Prairie, Colonial, Revival, Queen Anne, Victorian and Second Empire. An informative brochure on the walking tour is available at the Great Falls Visitor Information Center on Upper River Road.