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Granite Mountain Memorial Overlook

Cora Terrace Rd, Butte, MT 59701
+1 800-735-6814
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Worthwhile if you have extra time

The 1917 mine disaster in Butte is worth knowing about (read Fire and Brimstone!), and this... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Thomas F
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Columbia, Maryland
Beautiful and humbling

They have done a wonderful job with this monument. Easily accessible. Lots of historical... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Elemes613
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Ottawa, Canada
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Cora Terrace Rd, Butte, MT 59701
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The 1917 mine disaster in Butte is worth knowing about (read Fire and Brimstone!), and this monument commemorates those who lost their lives in it. It's moving, and it overlooks the Butte landscape with all of its beauty and scars. I would say that it's...More

Thank Thomas F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

They have done a wonderful job with this monument. Easily accessible. Lots of historical information on hand, both written and audio. I have to admit, it was quite haunting to be walking around the display reading letters from the trapped miners, listening to music from...More

Thank Elemes613
Reviewed 1 week ago

The whole area being restored from the mining was interesting and worth the stop. The Memorial Overlook provides a beautiful view and reminds us of the struggles for immigrants.

Thank Kris F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is hard to picture how over 160 hard rock miners died in this mining accident but it is well explained and honored the heroes of that day almost 100 years ago.

Thank Ralph B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Open air plaza north above town with views of the Continental Divide, the entire Summit Valley, Butte and all its Gallus frames and evidence of the area's hard rock mining history. It commemorates the 1917 fire here that took 168 lives, the nation's worst hard...More

Thank buttem0ntana
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A group of us were attending a 3-day training. One of them was a Local and he took three of us to this memorial. I enjoyed catching a glimpse of Butte's rich mining history from the perspective of a Local.

1  Thank BucketListRebel
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

This place brought a tear to my eye! Such loss and sadness. You can read and listen to notes that were left from men trapped in the mines, written to their wives and families. It's hard to even imagine what these poor men went through...More

1  Thank KristataAndJerry
Reviewed 6 July 2017

Very scenic overlook. Great view of the mine which is an open cut mine. It currently filling with water but the water is not high enough to see from the outlook, This is a memorial to the 168 miners who died in June, 1917 in...More

Thank richardderose
Reviewed 6 July 2017

this place is a great memorial to all the people who perished while working for the mine. you can see the berkley pit mine but cannot see where the water is working its way to the top

Thank Judy D
Reviewed 18 June 2017

It is a beautiful memorial that should have been one 100 years ago, but thank goodness for the lady that took on the project and got it done. Going there and reading about the 168 men that died that day was overwhelming.

Thank Lindapolleychaffin
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white37ford
6 May 2015|
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It is wheelchair accessible. No charge.
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