Apgar Visitor Center

Visitor center3,181 ftPet friendly - NoAccessibility - Unknown48.52308, -113.98849

Apgar Visitor Center is one of the three main visitor centers in Glacier National Park and the park's westernmost center. The staff and rangers here are great and will give trip and programming recommendations and answer any questions you may have about the park. There are also exhibits to check out, and souvenirs and books for purchase.

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Apgar Visitor Center, West Glacier, MT 59936, US

Coordinates: 48.523077, -113.988508

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How to get there?

The Visitor Center is located ~2 miles from the West Glacier Entrance Station, near the town of West Glacier, Montana. It can be reached via Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Contact information (Address, phone, etc)

Glacier National Park Central Phone Number: (406) 888-7800.


Summer Operating Hours:

Daily, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Meanwhile, during fall and spring it only operates on the weekends from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM.


The visitor center operates from mid-May to mid-October.

It is closed the rest of the year.

Rules and Regulations
  • Pets are not allowed.
Additional Information
Facilities and Services

The visitor center offers information about tourism, astronomy programs, interactive exhibits, auditorium, ranger-led activities, and a bookstore.

It has basic amenities a parking area, restrooms, water fountains, WiFi, and a Glacier Shuttle Stop.

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