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Useful things to know about Bozeman
- Bozeman is named after its founder, John Bozeman, who set out the nearby Bozeman Trail.
- The city was founded by him in 1864.
- It’s one of the fastest growing cities in the US.
- It’s found in the beautiful Gallatin Valley, known to the Native Americans that lived here as the ‘Valley of the Flowers’.
- It was the focal point of the start of the Montana cattle industry.
Bozeman Mini Guide
What’s the History of Bozeman, Montana?
The history of the city goes back to the time when Americans were being encouraged to ‘Go west!’ Initially it was bypassed by the early explorers and was only ‘discovered’ when John Bozeman, the city’s founder, took a branch off the Oregon Trail and headed north to find a new route to the mining area of Virginia City. The lush and fertile land soon attracted settlers and the city has never looked back. Today it is one of the fastest growing cities in the US with a thriving university and attracts many tourists for its natural beauty.
What’s the Best way to get to Bozeman?
Bozeman has its own airport called Gallatin Field which is located seven miles outside the city. It serves domestic routes only so you’ll have to fly to a major US airport and take a connecting flight. From there you can hire a car, essential if you are to see as much as you can of this area, and drive the short distance into the city. Alternatively there are buses and taxis available at the airport including a bus that passes the Bozeman campus of the university.
What Should I see and do When in Bozeman?
Bozeman has many popular attractions. If you ski and you’re there in winter, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s been voted the best place to live in the west for ski facilities. During the summer, the beautiful scenery and adjacent Yellowstone National Park allow for scenic drives, hiking and camping. The city has several interesting museums including the American Computer Museum that details the development of the device from Abacus to i-pad. Finally, you can visit the gorgeous areas where Hollywood movies, A River Runs Through It and The Horse Whisperer were filmed.