There's a ton of fun that makes up the 19th Annual Festival of Trees in Downtown Missoula!

The festival is produced and hosted by the Missoula Downtown Association and runs November 30th to December 9th on the top floor of the First Interstate Bank (101 East Front Street in Downtown Missoula).

The 10-day festival has events and activities for all ages and includes over 50 decorated trees, wreaths and holiday items.


The festival offers four Teddy Bear Teas for children.  They include crafting, treats and a visit from Santa.  Reservations are required and cost $5 per person.  The theme this year is Whoville by Dr. Seuss, a visit from the Grinch can be expected.

Adults can enjoy a Merry Mimosa Brunch and the Holiday Soiree & Auction on Saturday, Dec. 8.

The public is invited to the Tour of Trees every day.  Stroll through the beautiful décor overlooking the city of Missoula!

Admission is $2 per person, children ages 12 years and under get in free, and the tour includes a fun scavenger hunt.

Find out more about all the events with the 19th Annual Festival of Trees at or by phone at 406-543-4238.

A portion of the profits benefits Make-A-Wish Montana.

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