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Launch yourself across the snow of high-level ski runs in the Rocky Mountains, meet bears up close and personal in a dedicated visitor attraction nearby, and discover the history of Montana’s earliest inhabitants as you explore interesting museums and walk historic trails. Bozeman is a quaint resort town that sets a trend for skiing in winter time, and hiking through warmer months. Its history is explored through several fascinating museums, while idyllic patches of green parkland lie next to university buildings and towering shopping malls.

Things to see

At the Museum of the Rockies, life in the shadows of this historic mountain range is celebrated in a variety of unique collections. Marvel at the monstrous dinosaurs that once walked the earth in one of the world’s most impressive and comprehensive display of fossils and bones. The Planetarium is a mesmerizing display of planets and stars projected into the night sky, and at the Martin Children’s Discovery Center kids can discover the magic of science through interactive play. The Bridger Bowl Ski area takes you on a journey to the summit of craggy mountains, where the deep, powdery soft snow creates the perfect skiing trails in sublime scenery. Novices can stick to the easy runs, learning the art of balancing on the slopes, while experts can race down the mountainside to the finishing point below. The Little Bear School House Museum offers a unique insight into a century-old school system inside its 1-room school house, complete with wooden desks and original inkwells. There’s a display of memorabilia from Bozeman’s earliest pioneering days, and a collection of children’s furniture that predates the last century.

Hotels in Bozeman

The picturesque, almost alpine town is an outdoor wonderland, and many of the hotels in Bozeman exist only to cater for the tourist trade that arrives at the first sign of snow. Hotels are modern and comfortable, but far from luxurious, perfectly in keeping with the cozy, homely feel the town prides itself on. Typically, rooms are a good size and modern in style. Hotels in Bozeman usually provide a cooked breakfast daily, or a continental buffet at least, televisions, private bathrooms, and occasionally WiFi. They’re ideally located for a short walk to the main street stores, and some provide shuttle transfer for skiers heading to the slippery white slopes.

Where to stay

At the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Montana, Bozeman is a pretty, quiet town with a love of nature and the outdoors. Characterized by the sprawling campus of the Montana State University at its heart, it’s also home to a pretty main street with rows of independent shops, a variety of glitzy shopping arcades with name-brand stores, and the green, rolling fairways of idyllic golf courses tucked into the foothills. As well as hotels in Bozeman, booking accommodation in the neighboring town of Livingston on the picturesque Yellowstone River has a lot to offer visitors, from fishing and rafting, to bear encounters and hiking its magnificent trails you'll be close to many must-dos.

How to get to Bozeman

Just a 13 minute drive from the center of town, the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is a good sized airfield that caters well for international flights. With such a short journey to make, and an easy run down the straight lanes of Interstate 90, reaching your hotel won’t be complicated. Shuttle buses and taxis are a good way to make the journey with minimum fuss, although a hire car of your own gives you space and independence to explore the fabulous setting of this mountainous terrain.

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