319 S. Willson Ave., Bozeman, MT, USAhttp://www.bozeman-vossinn.com406-587-0982The Voss Inn is a circa 1883 Victorian mansion furnished entirely in antiques in an elegant, yet comfortable Victorian style. Located on Bozeman’s most prominent historical residential street, the Inn is within easy walking distance of downtown shops and restaurants, Montana State University and the Museum of the Rockies. The Voss Inn offers six elegant guest rooms, each with private bath, quality linens, and period antiques. Here you can relax in comfortable surroundings and enjoy a style of gracious living reminiscent of an earlier time. The Voss Inn is the perfect place to stay while traveling to Bozeman for business. Free wireless internet and in-room sitting areas make catching up on your work easy, plus downtown convention locations are just within walking distance.
Historic Downtown Bozeman
100 West Main StreetHistoric Downtown Bozeman is where you will find all of the best shops and restaurants in town--all within a short 3 block walk from our front door.
Montana State University
212 Robert Hallhttp://www.montana.edu(406) 994-0211MSU's inquiry and research-based curriculum inspires exploration and creativity, and ensures exposure to a broad range of disciplines.
1530 W. Mainhttp://www.antiquemalls.com/stores/MT/Bozeman.aspx(406) 587-5281
My Home is in Montana
26 E. Main, Belgradehttp://www.travelmt.com/mt_sites_10968_My+Homes+In+Montana.html(406) 388-9751My Home's in Montana is the antique store you have been looking for. They have much to offer and are located in the heart of downtown Belgrade.
242 East Main Streethttp://www.homepage-cafe.com406-582-9388The HomePage Cafe serves only the finest organic, fair-trade coffees and teas available. We pride ourselves on baking all of our pastries from scratch using our own original recipes. We roast all of our sandwich meats right here and use the drippings to make our delicious soup stocks.
Montana Trails Gallery, Inc
7915 River Roadhttp://www.montanatrails.com(406) 586-2166
Indian Uprising Gallery
308 E Main Sthttp://www.indianuprisinggallery.com406.586.5831#sthash.RT9MWaiz.dpufFor more than a decade the gallery has been dedicated to showcasing authentic contemporary American Indian Art from the Greater Plains region by award-winning and emerging Native artists.
Emerson Center for the Arts & Cultural
111 South Grand Avenuehttp://www.theemerson.org(406) 587-9797The Emerson's mission is to build community by promoting art and culture, set in a historic building.
Out of Africa-Montana Gallery
1050 E Main St # 1http://www.outofafricainmontana.com(406) 586-3626
Montana Gift Corral
237 East Main Streethttp://www.giftcorral.com(406) 585-8625The story of Montana Gift Corral begins long before our downtown Bozeman store ever opened its doors. It starts in 1873 on 237 E. Main Street, when the building that would eventually house the flagship store was constructed.
John Bozeman's Bistro
125 West Main Streethttp://johnbozemansbistro.com(406) 587-4100A pioneer of fine dining in Bozeman located in the heart of historic downtown. The recently renovated building is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The Bistro specializes in fresh fish, steaks, pasta, stir fry and wild game. Wine/beer. Lunch/dinner
Sweet Pea Bakery
2622 West Main Streethttp://sweetpeabakery.net/today/index.html(406) 586-8200A tiny restaurant that will leave a big impression! Sweet Pea has a small but innovative menu that changes frequently. Lunch/dinner. Wine/beer.
Ferraro's Italian & Steak Restaurant
726 North 7th Avenuehttp://www.ferrarosfineitalian.com(406) 587-2555Fine Italian dining with fresh pasta and daily specials. Ferraros has a full liquor lounge and the largest selection of Italian wines in Montana.
The Garage Soup Shack & Mesquite Grill
451 East Main Streethttps://www.facebook.com/TheGarageSoupShack(406) 585-8558Formerly known as Fred’s Diner, the Garage is known for its ribs and its fabulous soup bar (in winter). Good sandwiches, salads and burgers. Outdoor dining available in summer.
Mac Kenzie River Pizza Co
232 East Main Streethttp://www.mackenzieriverpizza.com(406) 587-0055Gourmet pizza at its best! Also featuring innovative sandwiches and salads. Wine/beer. Lunch/dinner.
Gallatin River Lodge
9105 Thorpe Roadhttp://grlodge.com/fine-bozeman-restaurant406-388-0148The Gallatin River Lodge is the most spectacular place to dine in Bozeman & Southwest Montana.
Ted's Montana Grill
105 West Main Streethttp://www.tedsmontanagrill.com(406) 587-6000
Big Sky Resort
50 Big Sky Resort Roadhttp://www.bigskyresort.com(800) 548-4486Big Sky boasts the longest vertical drop in the country! A massive resort with excellent skiing-comparable to any of Colorado’s finest resorts!
Bohart Ranch Cross Country Ski Center
16621 Bridger Canyon Roadhttp://www.bohartranchxcski.com(406) 586-9070Located just 16 miles northeast of Bozeman, the Ranch has 25 km of quality skiing for both recreational and competitive skiers. Tracks are groomed and tracked on nationally and internationally recognized private and Forest Service terrain. Summer activities include walking, running, hiking, biking and horseback riding (BYO bike and horse.)
Bridger Bowl Ski Area
15795 Bridger Canyon Roadhttp://bridgerbowl.com(406) 587-2111Ski the cold smoke! Bridger Bowl is Bozeman’s own local ski resort located only 15 miles northeast of town in the Bridger mountains. A very friendly non-profit resort with wonderful ski conditions for all levels.
Lone Mountain Ranch
750 Lone Mountain Ranch Roadhttp://www.lonemountainranch.com(406) 995-4644One of the best cross-country ski resorts in the country. The Ranch is also one of Montana’s summer destination treasures. There are plenty of activities for young and old as well as a first rate gourmet restaurant.
American Computer Museum
2023 Stadium Drive #1Ahttp://www.compustory.com(406) 582-1288See thousands of historic artifacts revealing the evolution of communication, from ancient cave paintings to the world of home/office technology.
Emerson Center for the Arts & Cultural
111 South Grand Avenuehttp://www.theemerson.org(406) 587-9797Focal point for artistic and cultural activity in south central Montana. Housed in a historic downtown school, the Emerson hosts many popular events, a wide variety of art classes, programs and entertainment.
Gallatin Historical Society
317 West Main Streethttp://www.pioneermuseum.org(406) 522-8122The Gallatin Historical Society, founded in 1977, moved into two rooms in the county jail building in 1979. Built in 1911, the jail was already considered an historic structure.
Beall Park Art Center
415 North Bozeman Avenuehttp://www.theemerson.org(406) 586-3970Features community art shows, workshops and classes in painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, theater and creative writing.
Museum of the Rockies
600 W Kagy Blvdhttp://www.museumoftherockies.org(406) 994-2251The Museum of the Rockies (MOR) is a world-class museum located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Bozeman, Montana. Known for its vast collection of dinosaur fossils, the Museum houses some of the most famous dinosaur specimens in the world including Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops.
Children's Museum of Bozeman
202 South Willson Avenuehttp://www.cmbozeman.org(406) 522-9087The Children’s Museum of Bozeman enriches our community by engaging children and adults in the magic of shared learning and discovery.
Lewis & Clark Historic Trail
248 North Higgins Avenue(406) 721-4821
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190-0168http://www.nps.gov/yell/index.htm307-344-738190 minutes southeast of Bozeman is our country's largest and most spectacular national Park, Yellowstone.
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park
25 Lewis and Clark Caverns Rdhttp://stateparks.mt.gov/lewis-and-clark-caverns(406) 287-3541
Bozeman Hot Springs & Fitness
81123 Gallatin Roadhttp://www.bozemanhotsprings.co(406) 586-6492Seven pools with six different temperatures. Located near KOA Campground.
Rafting and Canoeing
63960 Gallatin Roadhttp://www.montanawhitewater.com(406) 763-4465Offering full-day, half-day, dinner trips, horse/raft packages and kayak and canoe instructions.
23 East Main Streethttp://www.bozemanangler.com(406) 587-9111Bringing you the best in fly fishing equipment, guide service, instruction and friendly, honest information. Contact Rod & Pam King.
1716 West Main Streethttps://troutfitters.com(406) 587-4707Bozeman’s oldest fly shop, serving Southwestern Montana anglers for 25 years, offers a complete line of fly fishing tackle and a full fly fishing guide service. Classes and seminars are offered for all levels of fly tying. Contact Josh Stanish.
The River's Edge Fly Shop
2012 North 7th Avenuehttp://www.theriversedge.com(406) 586-5373Located in the heart of Montana’s blue ribbon trout streams, the Madison, Gallatin, Yellowstone and Missouri are within a 30 minute drive and Yellowstone National park is just over a half an hour. The River’s Edge store carries the finest brand name equipment and it’s supply of outdoor clothing and accessories is second to none.
Greater Yellowstone Flyfishers Fly Shop & Guide Service
29 Pioneer Wayhttp://www.gyflyfishers.com(406) 585-5321Fish the world’s finest trout streams. Experienced guides emphasis the entire experience: scenery, wildlife, new techniques. Relaxation and education are just as important as catching fish!
Wildlife Photo Safaris
Yellowstone Glacier Adventures
65 Hidden Valley Drhttp://www.national-park-tours.com(406) 585-9041Wildlife safaris in Yellowstone National Park and the Rocky Mountains.
1404 Gold Avenue(406) 586-1155Yellowstone Llamas offers multi-day guided hiking trips throughout Yellowstone National Park. Their gentle, well-trained llamas carry your gear while you enjoy Yellowstone’s wild backcountry without the burden of heavy packs. Stay in beautiful campsites and enjoy the countryside, exciting wildlife and your llama companions. Various trail options available. Contact Susi & Ken Sinay.
Yellowstone Safari Co
1404 Gold Avenuehttp://yellowstonesafari.com(406) 586-1155Join a wildlife biologist for safari-style expeditions throughout Montana, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Year-round guided activities include wildlife observation and photography, snow-shoe and cross country skiing, hiking and backpacking, horseback riding and pack trips and Lewis & Clark river trips.
Montana Tour Guides
Great Divide Wldlnds Institute
179 Cosgrove Lane(406) 683-4669See the best of Lewis & Clark country with customized tours to Beaverhead Rock, Camp Fortunate, Sacagawea Monument and more. Contact Dan Pence.
Off the Beaten Path
7 East Beall Streethttp://www.offthebeatenpath.com(406) 586-1311Offers distinctive outdoor journeys throughout the Rocky Mountains and many other locations, providing the best of family travel, wildlife viewing, hiking, guest ranch stays and western discovery. They partner with local guides, find unique lodges and access lesser known destinations. First class travel planners.
Gallatin Field Airport
850 Gallatin Field Rd, Belgrade, Mt 59714http://www.bozemanairport.com(406) 388-8321Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, also known as Gallatin Field, is a public use airport located seven nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Bozeman, in Gallatin County, Montana, United States.