Cultural and educational offerings abound, notably the Museum of the Rockies, Pioneer Museum, and the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture. Many people choose outdoor adventures as well. In Bozeman's back yard, you can encounter a grizzly bear on a wildlife tour, go fishing, raft down the Gallatin River, or hike to Palisade Falls. When you need to refuel, Downtown Bozeman is where you'll find craft beer and food ranging from Southern-style ribs and fresh wild game to sushi and Chinese noodles. Note that if you stay at one of the hotels in Bozeman, MT around Montana State University, you'll be near all the nighttime entertainment.
Festivals and Events
The American Indian Council Pow Wow in April is a popular ceremony in Bozeman and is one of the city's most anticipated celebrations each year. The Sweet Pea Festival in August celebrates local arts. Additionally, Music on Main is hosted each Thursday evening in the summer and keeps downtown rocking, as do other events like summer and winter Art Walks. When you book Bozeman packages, look up what's going on while you're here; there's probably something fun happening.
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Accommodation in Bozeman
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The offerings at the Yellowstone Valley Lodge, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member and the Homewood Suites by Hilton Bozeman may stimulate your interest, if you're after a superior experience. Alternatively, the Residence Inn by Marriott Bozeman or the Hilton Garden Inn Bozeman might be more what you're after on this trip.