ARTS AND CULTURE
Bozeman is filled with artists, professors and ranchers whose diverse styles are reflected in all aspects of life. Excellent galleries and eateries line the city streets and there are many annual festivals to celebrate everything from winter, Wild West Winterfest, to science, Watershed Festival, to art, Sweet Pea Festival. Don't miss the outdoor theaters, rodeos, symphonies and operas that happen year-round, and if you find yourself in Bozeman in December make sure to take part in the Christmas Stroll and enjoy an old-fashioned hay ride around town.
Do you favor a frosty mug of beer on the warm summer days, and a heart-warming porter or stout in the dead of winter? Then you'll find yourself at home in Bozeman. Know that, as a lover of beer, you have no shortage of delicious options, and will never be alone here where the beer flows as steady as the Yellowstone River. However, you can't get very far without knowing your options.
Have you ever wondered what Montana was like before man moved in? Cruise through the various museums in the area to explore Bozeman from the dinosaur age to the current day. The Montana Museum of the Rockies houses an extensive collection of fossils, including the largest T-rex skull in the world and some of the only nests and eggs known to exist.
Take a step back in time on a historic walking tour of Bozeman. Over 40 individual properties are listed on the National Historic Register, and there are nine historical districts; the Bon Ton Historic District, the Bozeman Brewery Historic District, the Cooper Park Historic District, the Lindley Place Historic District, the Main Street Historic District, and more...