Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Bozeman, Montana?
Bozeman Has Large Variety of Tours for Visitors
The main attraction for Bozeman is the Bozeman Trail, named after John
Bozeman. In 1863, Bozeman served as a wagon master and trail guide, but
recognized this area as a prime farming area as well as a central supply
stop for miners of the gold rush. Bozeman guided wagon trains through the
trail he discovered.
Rich in history, Bozeman, Montana offers many activities, sites and tours to
visitors. One such site is The Emerson Center which is an Arts and Cultural
Landmark in the area. In what began as a grade school in 1918, the renovated
building now houses the Emerson Center. The center offers community
celebrations and houses galleries, artist studios, education programs and
other activities for members of Bozeman as well as for visitors. The Beall
Park ARt Center offers artwork of contemporary artists as well as the
artwork of students and faculty involved in the education program.
With nearly 20 music, drama, dance and theatre groups in Bozeman, you may
have the chance to see a performance while visiting the community. If not,
the community is also rich in over 25 different athletic events from the
beginner to the professional as well as events for those who like to
participate just for fun.
If you interested in spending a great day outside, Bozeman can offer over 16
parks with some including trails for hiking, playground area, picnicking and
swimming. Take your time and enjoy visiting as many of the local area parks
and recreation areas.
Bozeman offers historical walking tours of the community also. Starting at
the Pioneer Museum at 317 W. Main Street, join the Main Street Tour and
become familiarized with an array of buildings dating from numerous period
in the history of Bozeman. Currently, almost 700 of the National Register of
Historic Places can be found within Bozeman. You can also join the
Neighborhood Tour and enjoy a stroll through some of the historic
neighborhoods of Bozeman. Your tour will include everything from farmhouses
to Victorian mansions. If you'd prefer, you can join the Sunset Hills
Cemetery Tour that meets at the main gate on Buttonwood Drive in Lindley
Park. This tour offers visitors information on the early residents and some
of the more prominent community members of Bozeman. Information is shared
through the names and dates of the headstones as well as the inscriptions.
If you're looking for something a little slower to do, you might want to
think about the Agricultural Tour offered in Bozeman. You'll enjoy the
family farm focus this tour has as you visit the area around the Gallatin
Valley and see the treasures this land has in store for you.
Name your taste bud and Bozeman will satisfy it with a mouth watering meal
as you enjoy a nice relaxing evening at one of the many dinning
establishments. Shopping in one of the many stores you'll find in town is
also a great way to end a day and to find a small token to remember your
time in Bozeman. Bozeman is a town rich in history and the community enjoys
sharing it with others.