Bozeman is filled with some of the most gorgeous views and a quaint town beneath the mountains. We drove there from Yellowstone and spent time downtown, at the sculpture park, Plonk Wine Bar, and the Grizzly Encounter where we learned a lot about grizzlies, specifically Bella. We also learned that they don’t have any sales tax in the area so that was a special treat.
The people we met while we were there were super friendly and the food was divine, including our cheat day desserts at the Bay Bar & Grill. We found some other spots that looked yummy as well, but didn’t have time to catch all of them on our short stop. We’ve listed those other places and activity recommendations below.
Our pictures from this stop include a few from my summer 2007 trip. It was fun to go back and see the changes in the area. The other stops from our June-July 2019 road trip can be found HERE.
FAVORITE FOOD FINDS
- CASUAL: Plonk, Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill, Montana Ale Works
- DRESSY: 14 North Restaurant, Cafe Fresco, Sweet Chili Asian Bistro
- DESSERT: The Bay Bar & Grill, Salted Caramel Cafe, Sweet Peaks Ice Cream
WHERE WE WALK
ARTS AND ATTRACTIONS
- HISTORY/ARTS: Museum of the Rockies, Gallatin History Museum, The Ellen Theatre, Bozeman Sculpture Park, Children’s Museum of Bozeman, American Computer And Robotics Museum, Rialto Bozeman, Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture
- SPORTS: Haynes Pavilion and Ressler Motors Ice Rink
- ATTRACTIONS: Montana Grizzly Encounter, Palisade Falls, Emerald Lake, Bozeman Spirits Distillery