Bozeman travel guide

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You're Going to Love Bozeman

With endless blue skies, spectacular mountain views, and acres of national forest, Bozeman is one of the best towns in Montana. With the availability of exceptional museums, great food, art galleries, and shopping streets, Bozeman has something for everyone.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Bozeman

1. Amazing Landscape

Bozeman is endowed with beautiful hills and mountains. From biking to hiking, you have numerous options when it comes to taking it all in.

2. Friendly People

This city is the kind of place where you become friends with the milkman and smile at the people you come across. The sense of community will amaze you.

3. World-Class Skiing

Find the Big Sky Resort or the Bridger Bowl with over 2,000 ski-able acres. Explore the challenging skiing found within the area boundary.

4. Lots of Fun Activities

If you love adventure, Bozeman has plenty of activities such as hunting and fishing to keep you busy.

5. Access to the Parks

Bozeman allows you to explore unlimited sightseeing, recreation activities, and wildlife viewing in Glacier National Park and the Yellowstone National Park.

Where to Eat in Bozeman

For a laid-back feel and sumptuous sushi, head over to Dave's Sushi. If you'd like to sample the latest Italian cuisine, Blackbird has a variety of foods, wine, and wood-fired pizza. Enjoy some subway sandwiches at Pickle Barrel for $12 per sandwich or sample some Chinese food for $50 at Eat Famous Wok.

Most popular restaurants in Bozeman

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When to visit Bozeman

Bozeman in January
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Bozeman in January
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The best time to visit Bozeman is from April to May or from September to November. These seasons have fewer crowds and mild weather.

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How to Get to Bozeman


Everyone coming to Bozeman can access the city through the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN), which is 10 miles east of the city. Hotel shuttles and taxis will bring you into town.


If you're driving, Bozeman is accessible via interstate 90, which links all the way to Seattle in the west and Boston in the east.

Airports near Bozeman

Airlines serving Bozeman

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Virgin Atlantic
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Korean Air
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Where to stay in Bozeman

Bozeman has budget-friendly accommodation such as the Voss Inn Bed and Breakfast, which provides comfortable rooms in a central location, and Howlers Inn Bed and Breakfast and Wolf Sanctuary, which features a hot tub and a sauna. You can choose to camp at Hyalite Reservoir and enjoy the stunning views and awesome hikes.

Popular neighborhoods in Bozeman

Harvest Creek - featuring fantastic views of the Bridger mountain range, open spaces, parks, playgrounds, and a walking trail, Harvest Creek is a fun neighborhood.

West Winds - being one of the newest subdivisions in the northwest area of Bozeman, West Winds has a regional park and an amazing landscape.

Valley West - Valley West boasts open acreage, lakes, walking trails, and playgrounds. As one of the very well-developed subdivisions, this neighborhood mimics the historical Bozeman.

Where to stay in popular areas of Bozeman

Most booked hotels in Bozeman

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Bozeman
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The Lark Bozeman
Excellent (8.8, 577 reviews)
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Belgrade, An IHG Hotel
Excellent (8.7, 438 reviews)
Residence Inn by Marriott Bozeman
Excellent (8.8, 86 reviews)
Quality Inn
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Quality Inn And Suites
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How to Get Around Bozeman

Public Transportation

You can get around Bozeman by using the streamline bus system that offers free services from Monday to Friday.


Greater Valley Taxis run throughout the area. Meter drop is usually around $5.50, and it is an additional $5 per mile.


Cars can be rented from Enterprise and Journey Rent-A-Car, and prices start from around $35 a day.

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Shopping Streets

Shop for treasures along Main Street. You can find stores selling antiques, clothes, and shoes at an affordable price in the Gallatin Valley Mall.

Groceries and Other

Find some local produce in Bogert Park on Church Avenue or the Gallatin County Fairgrounds during the weekend. A loaf of bread costs $2.40 while a gallon of milk costs $3.16.

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