Frequently Asked Questions

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How Strenuous is The Tour?

There is very little, if any, strenuous hiking on our tour for the average person. There are no difficult climbs or excessively long walks. 

Do I Have to Pay for Food?

Dinner, lunch at the battlefield, and breakfast at the hotel in Billings will be provided for you on our Little Bighorn tour. You will be on your own for any food on the way back to Bozeman after leaving the Little Bighorn Battlefield. On the Bannack, MT, tour, a late afternoon dinner will be provided. 

How Do I Pay for The Tour?

Payment must be received in full to book a seat on our summer tours. You can pay with a credit card or via Paypal here on the website. Special arrangements can be made to accommodate personal checks. Please email us or call us at 307.763.1674 if you desire to pay by check.   

Is My Deposit Refundable?

The deposit is refundable (minus a $30 administrative fee) up to 25 days before the tour. If something comes up within 25 days from the tour date and you cannot join us, we will make every attempt to find a replacement for your seat. If we are able to do that, you will receive a full refund (minus a $30 administrative fee). If we cannot find a replacement, a refund will not be remitted. 

What Time Do the Tours Leave & Return?

Our tour of the Little Bighorn Battlefield will leave Bozeman at 2pm on July 30, 2022. We will be staying in Billings, Montana, and are expected to return back to Bozeman on July 31 at approximately 8pm.

The Bannack tour will leave Bozeman at 7:30a on August 13, 2022, and return to Bozeman by 8:30p. Within 24hrs of reserving your seat, you will receive a full itinerary of your tour via email, including pickup location and other tour info. 

If You Have Additional Questions, Call or Email Front Seat Tours

Call 406.763.1674 or email us.

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This summer we'll be heading out to visit & tour the Little Bighorn Battlefield where George Armstrong Custer died with 260 of his men, and Bannack, Montana, the state's first territorial capital and gold mining town Bannack.

Sit back and enjoy the ride as we take you to see two Montana locations filled with history and many picture-taking opportunities. 

Whether you're a local who has yet to visit some of the amazing sites & places around our state or someone from out of state who has always dreamed of experiencing Big Sky Country, Front Seat Tours has a seat on the bus waiting for you.