Celebrate autumn at the Sac! The changing seasons make the perfect time to treat yourself to a luxury getaway, Montana style. Embrace the Big Sky experience here at the heart of history in the Headwaters. But historical flair is anything but stale in this stately hotel. Here’s how to fall into the authentic Montana experience at the Sacajawea.
Be adventurous! Join our top chef as he creates a special menu, including an appetizer, entree, and dessert each Thursday night. Executive Chef Matt Israel crafts a masterpiece in every dish he creates. Although once a week, you can see his expertise shine even brighter when he melds flavors and mixes ingredients into the magic that is Top Chef Thursdays.
We want your special day to be perfect, and perfection is attainable when you’re celebrating your nuptials at the Sacajawea. It’s all in the details, after all, and you can capture one decadent detail when you rent a ride to remember.
We’re talking about a lot more than just the name of a hotel here—when it comes to icons of American history, Sacajawea ranks near the top. Most people familiar with the history of the western states know the name well, aware of her for her contribution to the flowing river of exploration and expansion in this country. The checkered past between European invaders and native peoples finds a brief moment of peace in the chapter of her story that involved working with the Lewis & Clark Expedition.
But who was Sacajawea, really? And how did she help shape the Missouri Headwaters Region that we know today? Her story goes far deeper than just her role as an interpreter and guide for the Corps of Discovery. Read on to find out more about the woman who helped shape the country’s history.
As spring settles in—or winter lingers past when the calendar says it should—Three Forks gives you the perfect gift to bust cabin fever: a lively spot to hang at the Sac Bar. Downstairs in the basement of the historic Sacajawea Hotel, the bar offers up a host of activities and event nights throughout the year, welcoming you out of the weather with its warmth and community. You’re already a friend when you first make your way through the doors, and it doesn’t take long before locals and visitors alike unite to share in the fun. Here’s what you’ll find when you head downstairs.