Local Attractions

Bozeman  Places of Interest

Museum of the Rockies:

A world-class museum located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.

Pioneer Museum:

Offers a variety of changing exhibits portraying earlier days in the Gallatin Valley.

Downtown Bozeman:

Downtown Bozeman is home to restaurants, shopping, arts and culture for the entire Gallatin Valley.

Montana State University:

Montana’s land grant university. Home to 15 000 students.


Check out a few of Bozeman’s most popular restaurants!


Yellowstone National Park:

America’s first national park. Home to the world’s largest collection of geysers.

Lewis and Clark Caverns:

Showcases one of the most highly decorated limestone caverns in the Northwest.

Other Nearby Attractions

Virginia City/Nevada City:

Virginia city is a well preserved old west Victorian gold mining town just 20 miles west of Yellowstone National Park. Nevada city is 1.5 miles away offering over 100 historic buildings.


406 Brewery:

A microbrewery and tasting room located in Bozeman, Montana.

Madison River Brewery:

Named after one of Montana’s finest fly fishing rivers, this local brewery has been rocking since 2005.

Fly Fishing/Guide Services



Bozeman’s oldest fly fishing shop and guide service.

Wild West Flyfishing:

A locally owned and operated fly fishing shop and fishing resource.


Madison River Fishing Company:

Local fly fishing guide service, shop and fly fishing school.

The Tackle Shop:

Oldest fly fishing shop in Ennis.

Beartooth Fly Fishing:

Fly fishing lodge and fly shop twenty miles south of Ennis.

Montana Information


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An insider’s guide to Montana.

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