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Bozeman is a picturesque city located in Gallatin County, Montana. It is the largest city in Gallatin County and is designated as the county seat. Bozeman residents are known as Bozemanites.
With a population of 27,509 at the 2000 census, Bozeman is the fifth largest city in the state. The city is named after John M. Bozeman, founder of the Bozeman Trail. Located in the fastest-growing county in the state , Bozeman is an All-America City (awarded in 2001). In 2003 Bozeman was ranked #5 of the 40 Best College Towns in the USA by Outside Magazine. The American Cities Business Journal ranked Bozemen as the #1 Small Business Market among cities of comparable population sizes (awarded in 2005). it is home to the campus of '''Montana State University'''.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 12.6 square miles (32.6 km²), all of it land. The population of Bozeman, as of the 2000 US Census is approximately 28,000 people.
===By plane===
'''Gallatin Field Bozeman Yellowstone Airport''' ({{IATA|BZN}}) is located 10 miles east of Bozeman. There are call taxis and hotel shuttles available to bring you into town.
===By car===
*<see name="Altitude Gallery" alt="" address="134 East E Main StreetSt" directions="" phone="+1 406-582-4472" url="" hours="Summer: 10 AM 10AM- 6 PM6PM daily; Winter: 10 AM 10AM- 5 PM5PM daily" price="" lat="" long="">Billed as Bozeman's only contemporary art gallery. Altitude exhibits blown glass, pottery, jewelery, and more. Altitude is located in Bozeman's historic district.</see>
*<see name="Emerson Center for Arts and Culture" alt="" address="111 South S Grand AvenueAve" directions="" phone="+1 406-587-9797" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]">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.</see>
* <see name="Gallatin River" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">The Gallatin River offers a tremendous amount of water sport opportunities, including rafting at varying skill levels. The River is also known for its scenic beauty and serenity.</see>
* '''<see name="The Museum of the Rockies'''; <do name="" alt="" address="600 W. Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman, Montana, USABlvd" directions="" phone="+1 406.994.DINO -3466" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price=""></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.</see>
*<see name="American Computer Museum" alt="" address="2023 Stadium DriveDr, Suite 1-A, Bozeman, MT" directions="" phone="+1 406-582-1288" url="" hours="August: 10 AM to 4 PM (M10AM-Su)4PM daily; All other months: 12 PM Tu- 4 PM (TSu noon-Su)4PM" price="" lat="" long="">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.</see>
*<see name="The Pioneer Museum" alt="" address="317 West W Main Street, Bozeman, MT 59715St" directions="From North 19th Street Exit 305: turn south onto N. 19th and travel to Main St. and turn left. | From North 7th Ave Exit 306: turn south onto N. 7th and travel to Main St. and turn left. | From Main Street Exit 309: head west on Main Street 1.6 miles to the museum." phone="1 406-522-8122" url="" hours="Summer (Memorial Day - Labor Day): 10 AM - 5 PM (M-Sa)10AM-5PM; Winter Hours: 11 AM Tu- 4 PM (TSa 11AM-Sa)4PM" price="$5/person (Children adults, children 12 & Under - Free) | and under free. Research Center Admission - Freeadmission is free" lat="" long="">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. </see>
*<see name="Coffrin's Old West Gallery" alt="" address="8118 Rolling Hills Drive, Bozeman, MT 59715Dr" directions="" phone="1 406-586-0170 " url="" hours="10 AM Tu- 5 PM (TSa 10AM-Sa) 5PM or by appointment." price="" lat="" long="">The Gallery features an incredible collection of pictures of early frontier life and the Sioux by photographer L. A. Huffman.</see> *<see name="Montana Panoramic Gallery" alt="" address="111 S Grand Ave, Suite 108 & 111" directions="" phone="+1 406 522-7798" url="" hours="Tu-F 10:30AM-5:30PM, Sa 11AM-4PM" price="" lat="" long="">A collection of photographs by Craig Hergert in a relaxing and inviting gallery setting in the Emerson Cultural Center. </see> *<see name="Planet Bronze Art Gallery" alt="" address="905 N 5th Ave" directions="" phone="+1 406 585-0050" url="" hours="M-F 10AM-5PM, Sa 11AM-5PM" price="" lat="" long="">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.</see> *<see name="Children's Museum of Bozeman" alt="" address="202 S Willson Ave" directions="" phone="+1 406 522-9087" url="" hours="M-Th,Sa 10AM-5PM, F 10AM-8PM" price="$5. Free admission F 5PM-8PM" lat="" long="">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. </see>*<see name="Residence Inn Bozeman" alt="Hotels in Bozeman" address="6195 E. Valley Center Road, Bozeman, Montana 59718" directions="" phone="1-406-522-1535" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">This Bozeman, Montana hotel is just 90 miles from Yellowstone National Park, 45 miles from Big Sky Ski Resort, 16 miles from Bridger Bowl Ski Resort, and 6 miles from Montana State University, giving you convenient access to the area’s top attractions. </see>
*<see name="Montana Panoramic Gallery" alt="" address="111 South Grand, Suite 108 & 111" directions="" phone="+1 406-522-7798" url="" hours="10:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Tu-F); 11 AM - 4 PM (Sa)" price="" lat="" long="">A collection of photographs by Craig Hergert in a relaxing and inviting gallery setting in the Emerson Cultural Center. </see>
*<see name="Planet Bronze Art Gallery" alt="" address="905 NORTH 5TH AVENUE" directions="" phone="+1 406-585-0050" url="" hours="10 AM - 5 PM (M-F); 11 AM - 5 PM (Sa)" price="" lat="" long="">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.</see>
*<see name="Children's Museum of Bozeman" alt="" address="202 S Willson Avenue" directions="" phone="+1 406-522-9087" url="" hours="10 AM - 5 PM (M-Th, Sa); 10 AM - 8 PM (F); " price="$5/person (Friday Free from 5 PM - 8 PM); Group rates available for school and daycare groups - inquire before your visit" lat="" long="">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. </see>
* The annual Sweet Pea Festival [] is usually held the first weekend of August. 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 [], children's woodworking, Equinox Theatre [], and the Bozeman Chord Rustlers' tater pigs.
* Bozeman Hot Springs & Fitness Center <do name="" alt="" address="81123 Gallatin Rd, Bozeman" directions="" phone=" +1 406.522.-9563" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price=""></do>Natural hot springs that provide an aternative to heated swimming pools, with no additives. Pool area split into mild temperature and a smaller, hotter pool with temperatures rising to almost 100 degrees F.</do>
* <do name="Gallatin River Lodge" alt="" address="9105 Thorpe RoadBozeman, MT 59718Rd" directions="" phone="Toll free " tollfree="+1 888-387-0148 " email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price=""></do>
*<do name="Fish Technology Center" alt="" address="4050 Bridger Canyon Road, Bozeman, MT 59715Rd" directions="" phone="1 406-587-9265" url="" hours="M-F 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (M30AM-F)4PM" price="" lat="" long="">Operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, visitors to the Fish Technology Center are welcome to learn about and observe some of the ongoing research in the health, nutrition, reproduction and management of fish in hatcheries and the wild. In addition to these attractions, the center also houses several types of threatened fish species, such as the pallid sturgeon. Additional activities include walking and hiking trails (including Bozeman's "M" trail), picnic areas, and fish feeding ponds. </do>*<do name="Animals of Montana" alt="Wildlife/Still Photography Tours" address="170 Nixon Peak Rd" directions="" phone="+1 406-686-4224" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Troy Hyde invites photographers (pro or hobbiest) to his wildlife casting and game farm for the chance to photograph wildlife. </do>
*<do name="Animals of Montana" alt="Wildlife/Still Photography Tours" address="170 Nixon Peak Rd" directions="" phone="+1 406 686-4224" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Troy Hyde invites photographers (pro or hobbiest) to his wildlife casting and game farm for the chance to photograph wildlife. </do>
*<do name="Montana State Football" alt="Montana State University" address="Bobcat Stadium" url=""
check out the annual game against in-state rival "University of Montana" known as the "Cats-Griz" game played every November.
*<eat name="Mackenzie River Pizza Company" alt="" address="Main St" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Great pizza company with innovative pizzas and salads. Conveniently located downtown on Main St. Brew pub beers and nice atmosphere.</eat>
* '''The Pickle Barrel''' [] 809 W. College (Just off the Northwest corner of the campus), 587-2411, Mon-Sun 10:30AM-10PM. It serves very good, fresh subway sandwiches. It's standing room only, although there are a few tables and chairs outside during the summer. Next door is an icecream shop serving the local Wilcoxson's (Moose Tracks is very good). Delivery is available - 587-2411. $4.50-$12 per sandwich. Pickle Barrel's half sandwich is approximately the size of a full sandwich at most sandwich shops.*<eat name="Old Chicago" alt="Old Chicago Neighborhood Restaurant and Tavern" address="1940 North N 19th AvenueAve" directions="" phone="+1 406 587-9404 " url="" hours="11 AM - 2 AM (daily); Happy Hours: 4 PM - 7 PM (M-F)" price="" lat="" long="">A great place to take friends, with deep dish Chicago style pizzas, a bar and so much more!</eat>*<eat name="The Wok" alt="" address="9th StreetSt" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Great authentic Chinese food, and a fun place to work.</eat>*<eat name="Montana Ale Works" alt="" address="611 E. Main StreetSt" directions="" phone="+1 406 587-7700" url="" hours="4 PM - 12 AM (M-F, Su); 4 PM - 1 AM (Fri & Sat)" price="" lat="" long="">Microbrewery and pub house with a varied menu. Prices are reasonable, portions are generous, and the ambiance is casual grill house. Can be busy, especially on weekends. Reservations are encouraged. </eat>*<eat name="Gran Tree Bar & Grill" alt="" address="1325 North N 7th AvenueAve" directions="" phone="+1 406-587-5261" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long=""></eat>*<eat name="Bar 3 Bar-B-Q" alt="" address="215 North N 7th AvenueAve" directions="" phone="+1 406-587-8789" url="" hours="11 AM - 9PM" price="" lat="" long="">Authentic southern barbecue in the heart of Montana. Menu includes Carolina pulled pork and beef brisket, and St. Louis babyback ribs. Owner is a Texas transplant and knows his stuff. Tired out from a day outdoors or gallery viewing? Bar 3 delivers! Mmmmmm...</eat>*<eat name="Bozeman Grill & Tavern" alt="" address="1320 North N 19th AvenueAve" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="11 am 11AM- 10 pm10PM daily" price="" lat="" long="">A locally-owned "from-scratch" American cuisine restaurant that emphasizes local ingredients whenever possible. Features a bar area with eight plasma screen televisions, especially useful for sporting events. Bozeman Grill & Tavern do have NFL Sunday Ticket and Sunday football specials for your viewing pleasure. Twenty-two beers on tap, including several local microbrews. </eat>*<eat name="Cateye Cafe" alt="" address="23 North N Tracy AvenueAve" directions="" phone="+1 406-587-8844" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">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."</eat>*<eat name="Gourmet Gas Station" alt="" address="78888 Gallatin RoadRd" directions="" phone="+1 406-763-4564" url="" hours="2 PM - 9 PM (M-Th); 8 AM - 9 PM (F-Su)" price="" lat="" long="">Gourmet Mexican and barbecue. Great food and relaxed atmosphere. Weather permitting, ask for a seat outside to take in some fantastic views. </eat>*<eat name="HomePage Cafe" alt="" address="242 East E Main StreetSt" directions="" phone="+1 406-582-9388" url="" hours="6 AM - 10 PM (M-F); 7 AM - 10 PM (Sa & Su)" price="" lat="" long="">Offering secure wireless, fair trade and organic coffees and teas, as well as some impressive food options and a full service bakery. Also offers 8 computers for public use, so you can leave your laptop at the hotel (or at home). A popular place for hanging out or just relaxing. Possibly one of the most beautiful cafes in Bozeman. </eat>*<eat name="John Bozeman's Bistro" alt="" address="125 West W Main StreetSt" directions="" phone="+1 406-587-4100" url="" hours="11:30 AM - 2:30 PM and 5 PM - 9:30 PM (T-Sa)" price="" lat="" long="">Fresh wild game, pasta, seafood, and a fully stocked wine cellar. Also serves vegetarian options. Desserts are also prepared fresh daily. Dinner reservations are accepted and recommended. </eat>
*<eat name="Watanabe Japanese Restaurant" alt="" address="1234 W Main St" directions="" phone="(406) 522-3989" url="" hours="11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, 4 PM - 8:30 PM (M-Sa)" price="" lat="" long="">Very good authentic Japanese restaurant. Small and quiet, very affordable. The owner previously ran a restaurant in Kumamoto.</eat>
Try the "Barmuda" triangle which consists of three dive bars arranged around a back lot between Main street Street and Babcock at 8th ave. '''The Scoop''' faces main street Main Street and must be one of the oldest bars in town. A few pool tables, a few slot machines and TVs for the game. ''' The Haufbrau''' is equally as old - if not older - but offers a small stage for locals and even a few out-of-towners to dish out their songcraft with anything from saws to buckets to fiddles or guitars. Great, friendly crowd unless you arrive ''before'' the local rednecks get sloshed. Bringing up the rear of the troika would be '''The Molly Brown'''. It's the biggest of the three, with a pool hall, poker tables and a couple rows of slot machines. Montana being one of those rare states that allows machine gambling, you might as well try your hand while passing through. A quick fifteen bucks would not be unheard of, but a vanished fifty is far more likely. All three of these bars are of ecclectic crowd; college students, montana hippies, construction workers, out-of-work ranchers, divorcees, and that one guy who operates under the illusion that cowboys still exist.
*<sleep name="Fairfield Inn" alt="" address="828 Wheat Dr" directions="" phone="(406) 587-2222‎" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">3 and 1/2 star hotel</sleep>
*'''Bozeman Backpackers Hostel''', 405 West Olive Street, ''+1 406'' 586-4659, []. Dorm beds start at $20, private rooms at $42. Cash or travelers checks only, no credit cards.
* <sleep name="C'mon Inn" address="6139 E Valley Center Rd" phone="+1 866 782-2717" url=""></sleep>
*<sleep name="Covered Wagon Ranch" alt="" address="34035 Gallatin Rd, Gallatin Gateway" directions="three miles from the northwest corner of Yellowstone National Park on Route 191, in the Gallatin National Forest, at the confluence of the Taylor's Fork and Gallatin Rivers" phone="800-995-4237" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="Three night stay $375-910, seven night stay $1,015-1,950" lat="45.0732186" long="-111.2000755">One of the oldest continuously operating guest ranches in this canyon. Here you will stay in historic log cabins with their original 1920's charm with wood-burning stoves, rustic wood furniture and private baths.</sleep>
*<sleep name="Royal 7 Budget Inn Motel " alt="" address="310 North N 7th Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715Ave" directions="" phone="406-587-3103" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">Experience the Royal 7 Budget Inn Motel in Bozeman, Montana. Motel rooms include: microwave, coffeemaker, refrigerator, and cable TV. Wireless internet, a continental breakfast, and on-site laundry facilities are available. Our rooms are clean, efficient and simply perfect for any type of stay. Make us your Bozeman, Montana lodging.</sleep>*<sleep name="Western Heritage Howlers InnB&amp;B and Wolf Sanctuary" alt="" address="1200 E Main3185 Jackson Creek Rd" directions="Exit 319, head north 3 miles" phone="4061-888-586469-85345377" url="" checkin="4pm" checkout="11am" price="$105-$195" lat="" long="">The Western Heritage Inn is located This unique lodging experience near the center of Bozeman—Montana’s fastest growing city. Bozeman is a yeartrue log home B&B with an on-round playground, site wolf sanctuary that is home to eight wolves. Each room has a private bath and Western Heritage Inn guests all have easy access to all the area’s offeringsmountain views. Visit nearby Yellowstone National Park, hike Two rooms overlook the surrounding mountainswolf enclosures, cast so guests can enjoy a wolf serenade by moonlight. The amenities include a line on blue ribbon trout fishing riversrec room with pool table, large screen TV, or ski the slopesair hockey and workout area. Located at 1200 Main Street, the Western Heritage Inn There is also an indoor hot tub (winter months) and a ten-minute walk from historic downtown Bozeman and its many upscale shops and eateriessauna. Winter in Bozeman has much to offer, including some This inn welcomes children of all ages.</sleep>*<sleep name="Magnuson Grand City Center" alt="" address="507 W Main St" directions="" phone="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">This AAA 2-Diamond property is the finest skiing you’ll find anywhere! Management closest to Montana State University and staff the Museum of Western Heritage Inn go the extra mile. Our success Rockies, and is based on our commitment to serve our hotel guests. We have created a home away from home. Our guests come back year after year because they know our level located in the center of customer service, commitment, and amenities cannot be beat!Downtown Bozeman</sleep>
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