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319 S. Willson Ave.
Bozeman, Montana 59715
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Bozeman, Montana 59715
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Things to Do in Bozeman, Montana

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Bozeman is called “the most livable place” for good reason. No matter what time of year, big skies and unending recreational opportunities will greet you. Enjoy world-renowned fly fishing, dramatic mountains for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing, hunting, and backcountry exploring, Yellowstone National Park, and impressive wildlife. When you are ready for a more city experience, dive into Bozeman’s thriving arts and culture communities, ranging from main street festivals, farmers markets, cultural centers and museums to symphonies, theaters, and art galleries.

There are unlimited Bozeman MT points of interest within a short drive, including Yellowstone National Park, with miles and miles of blue-ribbon trout streams along the way. Bozeman, Montana, is also home to Montana State University as well as many other unique venues that capitalize on Montana’s heritage, world-class museums and, most importantly, that small town feel with big city amenities.

Our Bozeman accommodations are conveniently located on Interstate 90 and only 10 minutes from our newly expanded and remodeled Gallatin Field Airport. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, there is something for everyone here in Bozeman and Gallatin County.

Events at the Voss Inn

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One Day Tea Extravaganza--January 21, 2017 (10:00am to 5:00pm)

Become totally immersed in an intense environment of capturing the amazing taste and aroma  of some of the most exquisite, and often rarest, loose-leaf specialty teas from around the world, all in one day.  The event has been designed for and will benefit tea aficionados and others who wish to elevate their palate to a richer, higher level, just like wine lovers, and begin serving delicious, healthy tea immediately to their best friends and acquaintances. Many of the teas cost hundreds of dollars a pound. Come for tea and enjoy this special One Day Tea Extravaganza with others, hosted by Innkeeper/Certified Tea Master, Frankee Muller. With an extensive background in Tea, she promises to make this an especially memorable, life-changing experience for everyone, long to be remembered.

The One Day Tea Extravaganza is sponsored by the International Tea Masters Association, recognized throughout the world as the Gold Standard in tea education, founded to provide Mastery Level training, education, and professional certification to individuals desiring to become ITMA Certified Tea Professionals™. Its superior faculty and outstanding curriculum are unmatched in the entire tea industry.

Cost for the full day program is only $199 per person. To purchase an admission ticket, please visit

ITMA Certified Tea Sommelier Training Course

Recognized throughout the world, the International Tea Masters Association is the Gold Standard in tea education. Innkeeper/ITMA Certified Tea Master Frankee Muller will be conducting the ITMA Certified Tea Sommelier Course™ for becoming an ITMA Certified Tea Sommelier™, at various locations throughout the year, including at the Voss Inn. For more information please visit

February 11-12, 2017, Portland, Oregon
April 8-9, 2017, Bozeman, Montana
June 17-18, 2017, Las Vegas, Nevada
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Local Events Around Bozeman

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Bozeman Winter Farmers' Market
The winter farmers’ market showcases an additional 25 food and farm product vendors that allow you to cross off everything on your grocery list. Shoppers will find eggs, cheeses, beef, pork, lamb, honey, bread, MT grown grains, fermented vegetables, jams & syrups, soaps & salves, locally made dog treats, wool, coffee, locally grown and blended teas, hot breakfast, and much more all under one roof in the Emerson Ballroom. The BWFM is sponsored by Downtown Bozeman, Community Food Co-op, Gallatin Valley Botanical, Montana Parent, Rocky Mountain Gardening Magazine, Broken Ground and Bozeman Magazine. Join us for another season of fine local foods! Who's your farmer? For more information, visit or contact Stephanie Archer, Market Manager at
January 7, 2017 -- 9:00am
January 21, 2017 -- 9:00am
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April 29, 2017 -- 9:00am

One More Time with Feeling
January 12, 2017 -- 7:00pm
On Thursday, January 12th, at 7pm at the Emerson Center, The Bozeman Doc Series presents the Montana premiere of the critically acclaimed new documentary, One More Time With Feeling. The film chronicles the final months of production on Skeleton Tree, the sixteenth studio album by the Australian musician Nick Cave, and his band, The Bad Seeds. In July of 2015, partway through recording sessions, Cave’s fifteen-year-old son, Arthur, died after an accidental fall from a cliff near Brighton, England. Originally a performance based concept, the film evolved into something much more significant as director Andrew Dominik delved into the tragic backdrop of the writing and recording of the album. Filmed in black-and-white and color, the resulting film is fragile, raw, and a true testament to an artist trying to find his way through the darkness. The film world-premiered at the 2016 Venice Film Festival to widespread critical acclaim.

“…to see a movie with an audience is, sometimes, to be haunted together. Of all the films I’ve seen in the eight days I’ve spent here, the one I can’t get out of my head is Andrew Dominik’s One More Time with Feeling...both gentle and staggering…an examination of the way our personal experiences can spur creativity—or render it inconsequential.” Time magazine, Venice Film Festival review

“Four stars…By the time the closing frames roll by…all of the austerity of Cave’s public personality seems to have melted away, the barriers to feeling demolished. It’s an impressive spectacle…an undeniably moving contemplation of shattering loss…” The Guardian

A Little Night Music
MSU Black Box Theatre, Corner Of 11th & Grant, Bozeman, MT
Two of Gallatin Valley’s cultural treasures, Intermountain Opera Bozeman and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, are thrilled to announce their continued creative collaboration by bringing to Bozeman Stephen Sondheim’s alluring and enchanting A Little Night Music. A seductive promenade that weaves through the aspirations and bemusement of love, this Tony award winning musical features both comical and courting songs as only Sondheim can spin, delightful rhapsodies such as A Weekend in the Country, You Must Meet My Wife, and of course the stirring, melancholy aria, Send in the Clowns.  The company is brimming with some of Bozeman’s most exciting performers and musicians, as well as long time favorites who are returning to Bozeman just for this production. The arousing energy and uproarious spirit will be nothing short of contagious for laughter and delight.

Tickets may be purchased by calling Intermountain Opera Bozeman at (406) 587-2889 or on line at    Tickets are $25 General Admission and $40 Reserved Seating.
February 10, 2017 at 7:30pm

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30th Annual Sweet Tooth Ball
Saturday February 11, 2017 from 7-11pm at The Commons at Baxter and Love
Join us for the 30th Annual Sweet Tooth Ball, a fundraiser for Bridgercare!Silent Auction, Music & Entertainment from Missy O'Malley, Hors D'Oeuvres, Desserts, Coffee and a No Host Beer & Wine Bar (21+). Cocktail Attire.
All proceeds will be matched by a generous donor and help build Bridgercare's new clinic.
Tickets: $60, $100 for a couple, $600 for a VIP table (reserved table for 8 with a dessert platter, wine and beer). Pre-sold tickets only at
For more info, email or call 406.587.0681 ext.12

Winter Crazy Days

February 17 -- 20, 2017
Starting at 10am (earlier at select locations, times and days vary per business) on Friday, Over 200 merchants offer unbelievable end-of-winter sales! Don’t miss this great chance to save on those items you have wanted all winter long! 

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Antique Malls
A map of the antique stores and antique malls in the Bozeman area.

My Home is in Montana

(406) 388-9751
My 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.

Montana Trails Gallery, Inc

(406) 586-2166
Montana Trails is proud to carry a large variety of western art, including landscape, wildlife, figurative, and still life works with a range of styles from impressionist to traditional American in both painting and sculpture. We represent a variety of contemporary and period artists.

Indian Uprising Gallery

(406) 586-5831
For 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.

Out of Africa-Montana Gallery

(800) 533-9396
Contains a collection of original African, Sporting, Raptor and Falconry art and sculptures from well established artists such as Simon Combes, Andrew Ellis and R. David Digby.

Montana Gift Corral

(406) 585-8625
The 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.
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John Bozeman's Bistro

(406) 587-4100
A 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

(406) 586-8200
A tiny restaurant that will leave a big impression! Sweet Pea has a small but innovative menu that changes frequently. Lunch/dinner. Wine/beer.

The Garage Soup Shack & Mesquite Grill

(406) 585-8558
Formerly 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

(406) 587-0055
Gourmet pizza at its best! Also featuring innovative sandwiches and salads. Wine/beer. Lunch/dinner.

Gallatin River Lodge

(406) 388-0148
The Gallatin River Lodge is the most spectacular place to dine in Bozeman & Southwest Montana.

Ted's Montana Grill

(406) 587-6000
Authentic American Dining, with the biggest bison menu in the world.
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Outdoor Recreation and Guides

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Ski Resorts

Big Sky Resort

(800) 548-4486
Big 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

(406) 586-9070
Located 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

(406) 587-2111
Ski 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

(406) 995-4644
One 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.

Recreation Areas

Lewis & Clark Historic Trail

(406) 721-4821
The Lewis and Clark Expedition traveled from Illinois to the Pacific Ocean and back between 1804 and 1806. Over two hundred years later, visitors can retrace the Expedition's path by following the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.

Yellowstone National Park

(307) 344-7381
90 minutes southeast of Bozeman is our country's largest and most spectacular national Park, Yellowstone.

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

(406) 287-3541
Camp, hike and experience amazing geologic wonders at Montana's first and best-known state park showcase of one of the most highly decorated limestone caverns in the Northwest.

Bozeman Hot Springs & Fitness

(406) 586-6492
Seven pools with six different temperatures. Located near KOA Campground.

Rafting & Canoeing

Montana Whitewater

(406) 763-4465
Offering full-day, half-day, dinner trips, horse/raft packages and kayak and canoe instructions.


Bozeman Angler

(406) 587-9111
Bringing you the best in fly fishing equipment, guide service, instruction and friendly, honest information. Contact Rod & Pam King.

Montana Troutfitters

(406) 587-4707
Bozeman’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

(406) 586-5373
Located 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.

Wildlife Photo Safaris

Yellowstone Glacier Adventure

(406) 585-9041
Wildlife safaris in Yellowstone National Park and the Rocky Mountains.

Yellowstone Llamas

(406) 586-1155
Yellowstone 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

(406) 586-1155
Join 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

(406) 683-4669
See 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

(406) 586-1311
Offers 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.
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Other Area Attractions

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Historic Downtown Bozeman

(406) 586-4008
Historic 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

(406) 994-0211
MSU's inquiry and research-based curriculum inspires exploration and creativity, and ensures exposure to a broad range of disciplines.

American Computer Museum

(406) 582-1288
See 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

(406) 587-9797
Focal 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

(406) 522-8122
The 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

(406) 586-3970
Features community art shows, workshops and classes in painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, theater and creative writing.

Museum of the Rockies

(406) 994-2251
The 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

(406) 522-9087
The Children’s Museum of Bozeman enriches our community by engaging children and adults in the magic of shared learning and discovery.
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319 S. Willson Ave.
Bozeman, Montana 59715

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