Bozeman Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Bozeman; our list of the best things to see, including The Museum of the Rockies, Emerson Center for Arts and Culture and [5].
  • The best place in Bozeman: The Museum of the Rockies

    The Museum of the Rockies

    600 W Kagy Blvd
    </do>This is a resource that documents the changes that the Rockies have undergone, and has a mission to preserve the Rockies' unique place in American history and westward travel. With over 300,000 artifacts, this museum is a Smithsonian affiliated mecca of natural history and anthropology. known for its extensive fossil collection curated by world renowned paleontologist Jack Horner who also served as technical advisor for all three Jurassic Park films.
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  • Emerson Center for Arts and Culture

    Emerson Center for Arts and Culture

    111 S Grand Ave
    The cultural hub of southwest Montana. The Center for Arts and Cultures has many ongoing programs and annual events as well as a full host of special offerings such as art exhibits, classes, concerts, and more. Be sure to check their website for events that will take place during your visit. Emerson Center is located in a former (1918) school building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This is also the home to the Jessie Wilber Gallery, which has been voted Best Gallery in Bozemen twice by residents.
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  • Activities include music, dance, theater, comedy, food, and art exhibitions. The festival always starts with a parade on the Friday before. Festival regulars include Shakespeare in the Parks [6], children's woodworking, Equinox Theatre [7], and the Bozeman Chord Rustlers' tater pigs.
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  • Sweet Pea Festival

    Sweet Pea Festival

    Activities include music, dance, theater, comedy, food, and art exhibitions. The festival always starts with a parade on the Friday before. Festival regulars include Shakespeare in the Parks [6], children's woodworking, Equinox Theatre [7], and the Bozeman Chord Rustlers' tater pigs.
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  • Cateye Cafe

    Cateye Cafe

    23 N Tracy Ave
    A pure Bozeman Montana original. Everything is homemade and this place has atmosphere to spare. Breakfast is served all day everyday (except Tuesday). Lunch (also served all day): Mon. & Wed.-Fri., 11:15-2:30 Dinner: Thu., Fri. and Sat. 5-9:30. Closed on Tuesday. You should be aware, Cateye Cafe advertises the following: "50 cents off to anyone who wears their own Cateye glasses throughout their entire meal. No lenses required. Add a cowboy hat for 50 more cents."
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  • Children's Museum of Bozeman

    Children's Museum of Bozeman

    202 S Willson Ave
    M-Th,Sa 10AM-5PM, F 10AM-8PM. $5. Free admission F 5PM-8PM. Ideal for children from toddlers to later elementary school, the Children's Museum emphasizes hand-on activities, learning, and play. Don't be surprised if you start having as much fun as your little ones.
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  • Altitude Gallery

    Altitude Gallery

    134 E Main St
    Summer: 10AM-6PM daily; Winter: 10AM-5PM daily. Billed as Bozeman's only contemporary art gallery. Altitude exhibits blown glass, pottery, jewelery, and more. Altitude is located in Bozeman's historic district.
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  • American Computer Museum

    2023 Stadium Dr, Suite 1-A
    August: 10AM-4PM daily; All other months: Tu-Su noon-4PM. Educational and slightly quirky, if you have even a passing interest in computers or computing, this should be a must-see. Highlighting everything from the abacus to the laptop as well as video gaming systems, The American Computer Museum is dedicated to chronicling the evolution of computer technology.
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  • Planet Bronze Art Gallery

    905 N 5th Ave
    M-F 10AM-5PM, Sa 11AM-5PM. Featuring the incredible bronze sculptures of Dennis Harrington, this gallery is a must for anyone interested in bronze works. You can find more than just sculptures here too, as the gallery features the works of around 20 additional artists.
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  • The Pioneer Museum

    317 W Main St
    Summer: M-Sa 10AM-5PM; Winter: Tu-Sa 11AM-4PM. $5 adults, children 12 and under free. Research Center admission is free. Run by the Gallatin Historical Society, the Pioneer Museum chronicles the history of Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley. The museum is located in the former county jailhouse building, which is itself recognized as an historical structure.
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