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The Celtic Cowboy

The Celtic Cowboy

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Tuesday to Saturday: 11:30 AM-2:00PM, 4–9PM
406-952-0393
lat: 47.5040764 long: -111.3050442

In 1890, Welsh immigrant Robert Vaughn, who was the first white settler in the county, and had become wealthy in the ranching business in the Sun River Valley outside of Great Falls, MT, determined that there was a need in the downtown area for the ‘most advanced livery stable in the West’. Thus became the Arvon Block, named for his daughter Arvonia.

The building housed a livery stable, freight transfer office, hotel and vegetable market. Vaughn, who by that time had received the nickname “The Celtic Cowboy” by the press, went on to become one of Great Falls earliest philanthropists and leading citizens. Fast forward 123 years to October of 2013 when we we proudly brought you “The Celtic Cowboy Pub and Restaurant” and the Hotel Arvon, evoking the lively times of the past in what is now one of the very few buildings left from the early days of Great Falls.

We hope to see you here, where Ireland meets the west!

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Explorers at Portage

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St Lawrence Creek Fishing Access

lat: 45.7109992 long: -111.0506995
Weight Station Fishing Access

lat: 46.8788874 long: -113.8525126
Black Sandy Lake Access

lat: 46.7455285 long: -111.8866754
Old Buffalo Trail 3

lat: 46.9547545 long: -113.5255417
Coal Banks Landing to Eagle Creek

lat: 48.0338635 long: -110.2279854
Missouri River Left

lat: 46.6822743 long: -111.8215701
Rivers Edge Trail

lat: 47.517582 long: -111.2649299
Lewis and Clark Highway

lat: 44.97475 long: -113.44537
Mcnamara to Bonner

lat: 46.9502198 long: -113.3787584
Clearwater to Dunnigan Gulch

   

lat: 46.9505625 long: -113.5433125
Eagle Creek to Hole in the Wall

lat: 47.8317525 long: -110.074063
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