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Best things to do in Missoula

Bus Line
“The Mountain Line is Missoula's Community Bus Service. The 4 Line stops right at the entrance to Easy St from E Broadway and can take you downtown to the transfer center to switch to any line.”
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Essen
“Worth going to! People, crafts, food, entertainment! Get there early for the best selection. An event that showcases Missoula's unique personality. 8 am- 12:30 pm.”
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Point of Interest
“This beautiful carousel, completed in 1995, was the brainchild and vision of a local Missoula cabinet-maker, who carved much of the structure himself and also trained an enthusiastic team of volunteers to assist in the project. Along with Dragon's Hollow, an adjacent playground for kids, this spot is a great family destination. These places are located in Caras Park, which is central to Missoula's downtown and hosts many events every week in the warmer months.”
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Teestube
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“Unique herb, trinket, and coffee shop downtown; Butterfly Herbs has delicious espresso drinks and a small food menu, but only a few tables, the rest of the shop is full of a variety of things to look at including jewelry, calendars, postcards, dried herbs, candy, tea pots, candles, essential oils, bath products, and more.”
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Bäckerei
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“A favorite downtown location for studying, reading, or catching up with friends; this is the perfect pitstop for a day walking around downtown Missoula. Light food options, full hot drink menu, and more seating than all the other coffee shops combined!”
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Restaurant
“Yummy sandwich and salad spot downtown; all the food is wrapped up to-go, so stay and settle in on their patio, or take your treats one block South to enjoy the nearby park on the Clark's Fork River”
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Café
“Hob Nob on Higgins has been serving the Missoula community since 2002, making homemade breads and desserts daily. A breakfast menu offering everything from Migas, sourdough pancakes from a 100 year old starter and slow cooked corned beef hash. Our lunch menu features homemade veggie and salmon burgers, local beef burgers, seared Ahi BLT and homemade soups and fresh salads. The cozy Hob Nob on Higgins is a great place to sample Missoula’s eclectic taste.”
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Restaurant
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“Great food , great wine, and great atmosphere. They do not have a full bar.”
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Bar
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“It's a restaurant, a bar, a patio in the evening...it's everything and it's all great!”
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Boutique
“Betty’s Divine is a locally-owned boutique on the Hip Strip in downtown Missoula, MT. Here you can find vintage-inspired clothing, shoes and accessories for men and women as well as a newly added vintage department, Divine Trash. Betty’s Divine presents a snapshot of Northwest styles with an emphasis on street/skate/surf culture as well as Americana classics.”
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Bar
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“Upscale bar food. It's the Cheers of Missoula...everybody knows your name :)”
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Spirituosengeschäft
“My favorite sandwich of all time "The Cure". They are a bit expensive but they are huge and two people can share one. They use fresh local bread and the meat and cheeses are shaved on site. ”
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Park
“Beautiful hike 2 hours or 30 minutes, this trail overlooks the Missoula Valley.”
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Natural Feature
“Mount Jumbo is an iconic mountain that overlooks the city of Missoula, Montana. The mountain is northeast of the city’s downtown and, in its majority, is publicly owned.”
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Lebensmittelladen
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“The closest grocery store, just a few minutes drive down Broadway from the house, well-stocked for all your grocery needs.”
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Wanderweg
“Waterworks Hill is a short hike that has one of the best birds’-eye views of the city’s railroad yards, downtown and into the Bitterroot Valley. The hillsides feature rare communities of cushion plants, including the Missoula phlox and bitterroots. Hikers are asked to stay on established trails and obey landowner signs and fences. The steepest part is at the beginning, then the hike is a gradual climb. From here you can reach the Peace Park (white peace sign made of stones), the historic Moon-Randolph Homestead, or loop around through Cherry Gulch back to the parking lot.”
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