For your next class reunion, Christmas party, graduation, wedding, birthday party, or celebration - Flying Horse MT can provide a one of a kind location for your event. With breath taking panoramic views of the Bitterroot and Sapphire mountains, our venue will provide a beautiful backdrop for some of life's special moments.
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3 Reviews for Flying Horse MT
Recommended by 73% of couples
User6279429 · 2+ years ago
This is a wonderful location. They are really helpful with anything we need. Can't wait for the big day.Sent on 01/27/2016
Kim · Married on 05/14/2016
My daughter's wedding was spectacular. The venue was beautiful and immaculate. Everyone was so impressed with how easily everything was to deal with. Amazing view, wonderful grounds. And the fountain and flowers were fantastic.Sent on 05/17/2016
David H. · Getting married on 01/07/2022
Do not get married at Flying Horse
My fiancée and I were planning to get married at Flying Horse in July 2020. Unfortunately, coronavirus forced us to cancel our wedding. Flying Horse was extremely unhelpful and did not treat us fairly.Sent on 06/07/2020
My fiancée and I are both Montana natives. I just graduated medical school and I’m in my first year of emergency medicine residency. I’ve been on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic taking care of sick patients. My fiancée is just finishing pharmacy school. She has also been working through the pandemic making sure people can still get their medications. Many of our wedding guests are our classmates who are also healthcare workers taking care of coronavirus patients. They are exposed to people with the virus daily. We realized it is irresponsible and dangerous to bring our friends and family to our beautiful home state for a wedding. We didn’t want to risk further exposing our Western Montana communities to this dangerous virus. Additionally, while we were planning the wedding and our friends and family were booking their flights and hotels, Montana was limiting the size of gatherings to 10 people. This made it impossible to move forward with a large wedding.
When we approached Flying Horse with these concerns, they were dismissive and unhelpful. They insisted our wedding could still go on as planned with a smaller size and social distancing. Our agreement with Flying Horse was to have a wedding with more than 100 guests. We shouldn’t have to pay a large wedding venue price when they can’t accommodate all of our guests. When we asked to reschedule the wedding, they wouldn’t. When we asked for a refund of our deposit, they refused. So, while we are putting our lives at risk and being exposed to coronavirus daily while working to protect and help sick people, Flying Horse wouldn’t work with us at all.
We’re now trying to find another wedding venue for next summer. We’ve lost $1000 to Flying Horse, which has been difficult. We are just starting our careers. As a resident doctor, I don’t make much money and we both have student loans to pay off.
I recommend people don’t get married at or do business with Flying Horse. Our experience has shown they care more about money than the wellbeing of our community.
Flying Horse MT's reply:David,