Bozeman, Montana is a mountain city, located at the base of Big Sky. Long a center for outdoor recreation, Bozeman is home to Montana State University and Montana‘s highest–rated ski resorts.
The Gallatin River Valley and the Bridgers surround Bozeman. The magnificent Bozeman Pass provides a gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Within the city limits are dozens of walking and hiking trails as well as world–class golf courses, including the nationally recognized Bridgestone Golf Course at Tetherow.
The Museum of the Rockies is the state‘s most popular tourist destination. It offers visitors a glimpse into Montana‘s natural and cultural history with exhibits on dinosaurs, Lewis and Clark, the Lewis and Clark bicentennial celebration, geology, logging history, and more.
Nearby attractions include the Museum of the Montana Historical Society, the Montana State University Museum of Art, and the Museum of Native American Cultures. The Museum of the Rockies includes an extensive Mammal Hall with exhibits on wildlife–related subjects such as predators and prey, biodiversity, game management practices such as hunting and fishing, ecosystems, fur trade history in Montana, and more.