Glacier has three main visitor centers. At each, you will find knowledgable staff ready to answer questions and help in trip planning. You can also pick up park publications and maps at the information desks. Check the Ranger-led Activity Schedule for dates and times of programs given at each location throughout summer.
Each visitor center has a bookstore run by Glacier National Park Conservancy.
Hours vary with the seasons, so check the Operating Hours & Seasons page for specific information about each visitor center and other ranger stations and offices.
Apgar Visitor Center
Location: entry off Going-to-the-Sun Road, approximately two miles (3.2 km) from the West Glacier Entrance Station near the town of West Glacier, Montana.
Open daily mid-May to mid-October
Open weekends in fall, spring, and winter as staffing allows
Trip planning information and exhibits, both inside and outside building
Location: in the middle of the park at the highest point along Going-to-the-Sun Road, approximately 32 miles (51.5 km) from the West Entrance and 18 miles from the St. Mary Entrance.
Approximate driving time from Apgar Visitor Center to Logan Pass is 1.5-2 hours.
Approximate driving time from St. Mary Visitor Center to Logan Pass is 1 hour.
Hours: Open daily from Going-to-the-Sun Road's opening to late September.
Because Logan Pass Visitor Center is dug out of the snow every year during spring plowing procedures, it is impossible to know precisely when the building will be open.
Trip planning information
Interactive exhibits, both inside and outside of building
Ranger-led activities (including guided hikes)
Trailheads for The Highline and Hidden Lake trails