Bozeman’s Historic Neighborhood Walking Tour is recommended for those who wish to look at everything from upright farmhouses to Victorian mansions. You’ll see how much of the historic architecture of Bozeman can be characterized within a builder’s tradition, rather than a certain architectural style.
This tour, covering the blocks between Grand and Tracy Avenues, includes 29 meticulously maintained or restored structures on the National Register of Historic Places. It also displays the youthful exuberance of Bozeman’s failed bid to become the capital of Montana between 1889 - 1892.
Whether you use this guide for the entire tour or just a small portion, you’ll get a feel for the character, civic pride and progressive spirit that makes Bozeman’s historic neighborhoods among the nation’s best.