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The Region in Pictures


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Paintings © David Swanson.

Mailing Address: 2719 East River Road Livingston, MT 59047


The Region


Arts and Entertainment

Livingston is often referred to as "The Heart of Art in Montana," and with good reason. With over 14 galleries showing a variety of art, and dozens of artists living here, Livingston has built a solid cultural reputation to match its legendary status as a recreational destination. Livingston holds Art Walks throughout the summer and into the fall. It also boasts two live theaters with productions of comedy, drama, and musicals throughout the year. Livingston also has great venues for live music, including the nearby Pine Creek Cafe with outdoor BBQ concerts throughout the summer. Three fine museums round out the picture.


David Swanson Art Studios

Livingston Arts & Artists

The Blue Slipper Theatre

Shane Lalani Center for the Arts



Livingston and the region have been the setting for movies like "A River Runs Through It." Abundant natural beauty as well as plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities have made Livingston and Paradise Valley a true outdoor enthususiast's destination. Blue-ribbon trout-fishing, hiking, biking, river rafting, kayaking, hunting, skiing, climbing, and wildlife viewing are readily available. Yellowstone National Park with its seasonal programs, ranger-led events and talks, and classes at the Yellowstone Association Institute is an hour's drive away through the beautiful Paradise Valley.

Livingston Area Hiking

Fly Fishing Shops and Guides

Bird Watching

River Adventures

Dining and Shopping

Livingston has numerous locally-owned shops with art, craft, apparel, Western wear, tack, books, music, gifts, goods for the kitchen and home, wine and gourmet food, furniture, watches, jewelry, photography, and more. Unique goods and a friendly atmosphere make Livingston a standout among among towns in the New West. Coffee houses and restaurants from fine to funky offer dining options for every taste or occasion.

Visitor's Guide

Dining Guide

About Livingston

With more than 400 buildings on the National Historic Register, Livingston is one of the last best authentic places in the West. Ringed by four mountain ranges, Livingston has a downtown with classic brick-front buildings that are over 100 years old. Below the vintage hand-painted signs on our second stories, there are shops, galleries, bookstores, and many fine restaurants offering everything from gourmet dining to classic western burgers. Livingston is a perfect place for a stroll through regional art and history.

Livingston in The Movies

Historic Buildings

VIA Magazine Article

Area Real Estate

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