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COVID-19 Disclaimer

Hello patient travelers. We understand that during the current COVID-19 pandemic, your personal health and safety, as well as the health and safety of our community, is everyone's top priority. We are hopeful that this pandemic will continue to improve, and our lives will return to normal. We hope this blog content inspires you to want to experience Bozeman. As things continue to improve and open back up, we hope that you will consider visiting our little slice of heaven here in Bozeman, Montana. If you do plan to visit this summer please take all necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 


 

Montana's Creative Capital - A List Of Bozeman Art Galleries

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Sep 17, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Bozeman, Montana is not your average, run-of-the-mill town. It's a town full of creativity and overflowing the talented artists that consistently produce amazing pieces of art. From these talented artists comes a wide range of art galleries, featuring all different types of artwork with diverse focuses. Take a look at some of the fantastic art galleries that call Bozeman home.

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Tags: Shopping, Culture

Camping Around Bozeman: RV Edition

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Sep 15, 2020 4:45:00 PM

 

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Tags: Yellowstone National Park, Sightseeing, Family Fun, Backcountry

Fly Direct Bozeman from Fort Lauderdale This Winter

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Sep 10, 2020 4:30:00 PM

 

This winter, JetBlue will make it easier than ever for Floridians to find fresh powder in Bozeman with direct flights from Fort Lauderdale! Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) announced yesterday that JetBlue will begin a new winter seasonal nonstop service between BZN and Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL), on December 18, 2020. This exciting addition provides even more travel options for ski-seekers and Montana snowbirds looking to getaway.

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Tags: Yellowstone National Park, Getting to Bozeman, Skiing, Sightseeing, Travel, News, Family Fun, soak up nature, Backcountry

Ways to Save Money on Your Yellowstone National Park Vacation

Posted by Kali Gillette on Sep 8, 2020 10:30:00 AM

 

Yellowstone National Park should be on everyone's bucket list. 

Established in 1872, it was the world's first national park, and for many, it's most beloved. Comprised of 2.2 million acres, equating to 3,472 square miles, and home to the world's biggest collection of geysers, you could explore for days never see it all!

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Tags: Yellowstone National Park, Sightseeing, Family Fun, Backcountry

What You Need to Know About Museums in Bozeman

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Sep 3, 2020 10:00:00 AM

One of the enjoyable things to do while you are visiting a new place, is to check out the local museums. Bozeman is a great example. Bozeman is home to a handful of exceptional museums that will entertain and educate you on everything from dinosaurs to local history to computers. So take a walk through time as you explore some of Bozeman's most popular destinations. Here is our breakdown on what you need to know about museums in Bozeman
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Tags: Insider, Fall, Winter, Summer, For Kids, Culture, The Arts, Spring, Travel

How to Save Money on Your Trip to Bozeman

Posted by Kali Gillette on Sep 1, 2020 10:00:00 AM

 

We understand vacation expenses can add up quickly, especially if you're traveling with a family! However, you don't have to break the bank to visit Bozeman—we have some suggestions to help save on money without skimping on the fun! Living in Bozeman is, first and foremost, fun. Most everyone lives here for their love of the outdoors, and finding adventure is right outside your door. The first step to saving money? Act like a local. Pretend you live here, and instead of vacationing like you're on vacation, pretend you're just going about your day. It's incredible how little you need.

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Tags: Getting to Bozeman, Day Trips, Hiking, Relaxing, Culture, Travel, Bozeman, Family Fun, soak up nature

Fun Fall Activities for Kids In Bozeman

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Aug 27, 2020 8:00:00 AM

 

Fall in Montana is truly a great time. The leaves are changing, temps are nice cool, snow is just starting to show up on the peaks, and it's just a great time to be outdoors. There's also something comforting about throwing on a warm sweater and a pair of jeans, especially after coming off the dog days of summer and the hot temperatures. Fall is especially exciting for kids as the head back to school and get ready for Halloween. But what is there to do in Bozeman during the fall? Here are a few ideas to fall activities for kids just in case you are looking for ideas.

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Tags: Fall

Cowboy Up: The Best Cowboy Bars in and Around Bozeman

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Aug 25, 2020 8:15:00 AM

 

These are the places where the boots and chaps crew feels right at home, where you can park your horse outside, grab a beer and unwind after a hot day roping and wrangling. Check out some of the best cowboy bars in and around Bozeman, and raise a glass to the Old West.

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Tags: Breweries, Nightlife, Bozeman, Date Night

Great Spots to Go Camping Near Bozeman

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Aug 20, 2020 10:00:00 AM

 

One of the beautiful things about Bozeman is the proximity between town and nature. In other words, camping near Bozeman is pretty darn easy. Whether your preferred shelter is roughing it in a tent or enjoying the comforts of an RV, there are plenty of choices.

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Tags: Camping, Summer

Yellowstone Wildlife In The Fall

Posted by Kali Gillette on Aug 18, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Serious wildlife watchers consider autumn one of the most exciting times in Yellowstone National Park. Activity increases as animals prepare for winter and for some, mating season begins bringing with it some interesting mating rituals. Many species start moving to lower elevations as the temperatures cool. Not to mention, the fall colors are amazing; a perfect backdrop for the photographers out there. Wildlife can be found throughout the park, but the Northern Range, from Gardiner to Cooke City is considered the best areas for wildlife watching. It’s also the only road that stays open year round. There are 67 species of mammals in the park; we’ve listed the most prevalent, but keep your eyes open, you may come across others such as pronghorn, beavers, deer and maybe even the elusive cougar. 

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Tags: Insider, Yellowstone National Park, Fall, Day Trips, For Kids, Travel