Glacier Park Lodge is in it's 100th year and commemorated their anniversary with a centennial weekend celebration.

The lodge was the first of many luxury hotels built by the Great Northern Railway in 1913. Railway president Louis Hill marketed the park as the "American Alps," that's why the lodges all resemble Swiss-style chalets. The hotel is most known for it's three story lobby supported by 40 foot tall Douglas-fir columns.

Guests were treated to a centennial dinner, which featured the original menu that was served on June 22, 1913.

"I feel so honored to be here with this celebration," said Location Manager Kathy Eiland. "There's just so much magic in the air, so much going on and so much happening. It's just amazing to be here."

Centennial celebrations will continue all summer long.