Things to Do
Cannery Building: A perfect place to drink kombucha (Dean’s Zesty Booch) tour a distillery (Wildrye Distilling), hang out at a brewery (406 Brewing Company) and explore cute shops: A vintage clothing shop Fawn & Co or Paper & Grace for tasteful paper and home goods. Looking for rustic interior pieces? Check out nearby up-cycled furnishings at The Perch.
Hike: Cause you're in the mountains, duh. M Trail, Hyalite Canyon, Emerald Lake, Mount Blackmore, and Triple Tree are all beautiful and popular. We recommend using the All Trails app to explore more and get all the details!
Fishing: Hire a local guide and visit some of the beautiful, local, pristine rivers. Montana Angler is a well known company.
Museums: Bozeman's got tons of museums to choose from! Whether it's robotics, history, natural science, or more, you're sure to find something.
Palisade Falls: A short drive from the city and a family friendly hike, visit these beautiful waterfalls.
Skiing: Just over an hour outside of Bozeman is Big Sky, some of the 'biggest' and best skiing in America! Be sure to visit in the winter for some great snow.
Yellowstone: Just a few hours away, you can hike, soak in a natural hot spring river, or even just drive around the park for some beautiful vistas.
Places to Eat
Blackbird: Perfect dinner date spot.
Dave's Sushi: Montana might be landlocked, but Dave's flies their fish in fresh daily!
Little Star Diner: A short walk from Main St. features fresh locally grown
ingredients, and a rooftop bar.
LOT G Cafe: Amazing breakfast spot!
Mackenzie River Pizza Co: You know we always have to include our favorite pizza spot in our lists.
Montana Fish Company: Great beer and ramen specials on Tuesdays!
The Roost: Always a line for their chicken.
The Garage: Rotating soup specials and sandwiches - if they have tomato basil, get it!
The Sashimi Bar: Hands-down the Best Sushi Around! Paul and Lance prepare
everything fresh and right in front of you. A small intimate setting with 2 seating’s/night, it’s difficult to get in, and definitely very pricey, but we think it's worth it.
Western Breakfast: Good traditional breakfast place right on main street, known and loved by the locals.
Places to Drink
Breweries: Try out some local brews in their tasting rooms.
Bozeman Brewing Company
Cat's Paw: Local place to play pool.
Kitty Warren: Shhh. We didn't tell you that it was a speakeasy!
Lockhorn Cider House: A small, family owned cidery, with tasty ale.
We recommend walking around main street to let your ears guide you to live music, or the most popular places!
Places to Stay
Element Hotel: Has just about everything you need, including an indoor pool, at not too crazy prices.
Airbnb as always has some great options.
Bozeman isn't too large, so you can typically just walk around downtown, but it's best to rent a car if you'd like to explore or hike outside of the city!