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Bozeman, MT Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 21
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,657
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 750
Committable Meeting Rooms* 25
Largest Exhibit Space 14,508 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 5,203 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $94
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $61
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $336
*Maximum for a single hotel

Bozeman, MT Things to Do and Attractions

Yellowstone National Park

One of America's best-loved natural treasures, Yellowstone National Park is located just 90 minutes outside of Bozeman. Spanning Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 as the country's first national park. .

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Museum of the Rockies

The famed Museum of the Rockies, located within Montana State University, houses nearly 300,000 objects spanning 500 million years of history. The museum's permanent exhibits tell the story of the development in the Northern Rockies over the past 4

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Bridger Bowl

The beautiful Bridger Bowl ski resort is known for its light, deep powder snow and world-class skiing and snowboarding. Just 20 minutes from downtown Bozeman, Bridger Bowl features two large alpine bowls and plenty of natural terrain, gullies and

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Big Sky Resort

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Located 50 mils south of Bozeman, Big Sky Resort is a sprawling, award-winning recreational resort with access to more than 5,000 acres. Spanning three club communities, the resort features ski trails, golf, zipline courses, hiking, biking, and

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Children's Museum of Bozeman

Founded in 2001, the Children's Museum of Bozeman is dedicated to shared learning and discovery. Exhibits and activities include a 110-gallon aquarium filled with native Montanan fish, a puppet theater, magnetic canvas, reading corner and veterinary

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Montana Ale Works

Locally owned and operated, Montana Ale Works is housed in an 8,000-square-foot railroad warehouse, complete with a renovated historic freight car that serves as a dining room. Serving upscale comfort food and signature brews, Montana Ale Works

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Specializing in innovative global fare, Weebees is a comfortable, cozy eatery serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. In addition to its espresso bar, gelato and sorbets, entree selections include handcrafted ravioli stuffed with grilled eggplant,

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John Bozeman's Bistro

An award-winning, long-standing Bozeman favorite, John Bozeman's Bistro utilizes fresh ingredients in its globally-inspired fare. The elegantly casual restaurant is housed in a 1905-built, renovated building. Entree selections include bison

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MacKenzie River Pizza Co

A regional chain with a Bozeman location, MacKenzie River Pizza Co. specialized in pizza, sandwiches, pastas and salads. Entree selections include jumbo ravioli with ricotta, parmesan and asiago cheeses with rustic meet and Alfredo sauce and Italian

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The Emerson Grill

Located within the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, the delicious Emerson Grill serves creative American fare with organic and locally-produced ingredients. The restaurant's interior features high ceilings, original maple floors and an

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Gallatin Pioneer Museum

Established in 1982 by the Gallatin Historical Society, the Gallatin Pioneer Museum preserves the heritage of southwest Montana. Exhibits focus on regional agriculture, culture and geography. Housed in a 1911-built jail, the museum also features

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Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

Located 40 miles outside of Bozeman, Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park spans 2,920 acres at a 5,300-foot elevation. As Montana's first and best-known state park, Lewis and Clark is home to one of the most highly decorated limestone caverns in the

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American Computer Museum

Telling the history of the information age and housing more than 1,000 artifacts, the American Computer Museum is located just one block away from the Montana State University campus. A haven for technophiles, the museum explores more than 20,000

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Bozeman Hot Springs

The famous Bozeman natural hot springs are located just 8 miles west of downtown Bozeman. Serving as a relaxation spot for more than 100 years, the hot springs are a major area destination, featuring nine different pools with temperatures from 59 to

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The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture

The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture curates and hosts art exhibitions of significant community value in its 10 galleries. Showcasing both traditional and innovative techniques, media and content, the center also hosts gallery tours, artist

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