Let's be frank: this reservation has a very high unemployment rate and some serious social problems (particularly alcoholism), so much of Browning (the main town) and some of the rural residential areas are pretty bleak. As we drove from Glacier Park through a rural portion of the reservation, we saw a drunk man passed out and lying right beside the highway (as cars and RVs rolled within inches of his head). Apparently, this is not all that uncommon.
However, don't miss the Museum of the Plains Indian in Browning. Although not impressive on the outside, and not high tech in the inside, it contains a collection that will knock your socks off. Be sure to take time to really soak up all of the information provided, and to look at the hundreds of priceless artifacts and crafts relating to the many Plains tribes. The staff at the museum is made up entirely of members of the Blackfeet tribe, and they welcomed us very warmly. In one room, craftsmen and women were working on various items and were happy to answer questions. The admission fee for the museum is only $4 per adult, a real bargain. A very enjoyable and informative museum, and something the Blackfeet nation should be proud of.