Montana January 19, 2018
The Quirkiest Town In Montana That You’ll Absolutely Love
Montana is known for many things — sapphires, mountains and breathtaking natural beauty, for example — but it’s not exactly known for its weirdos. But the Treasure State definitely has its quirky spots, and if you ever visit Bozeman, it’s sure to become your favorite. Come see why this city was named
one of the best places in America to live.
Bozeman has certainly grown and expanded in recent years, but it's still a beautiful and unique city.
The surrounding mountains give it a storybook setting.
This charming city truly has something for everyone.
With an eclectic mix of art galleries, museums, great shopping, tasty food, and a multitude of events and activities, you'll never be bored in Bozeman.
At the Cateye Cafe, you'll enjoy some of the best brunch of your life (and possibly orange juice in a glass boot).
The signs and quotes here are hilarious.
At Vargo's Jazz City & Books, you can enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience.
Browse the quirky selection of books while you listen to classic jazz.
While Bozeman has several prestigious museums, the American Computer & Robotics Museum is fun and quirky.
Here you'll find hundreds of artifacts spanning the history of technology... and admission is free.
All summer long, you can enjoy outdoor movies on the Montana State University campus.
Summer also brings the return of the Sweet Pea Festival, where you never know what you'll see.
Sweet Pea turned 40 last year.
But winter is certainly not a time to stay in and hibernate.
When you live in Bozeman, snow sports are a must.
Despite its population growth in recent years, Bozeman is still an amazing place to visit and to live.
If you like to enjoy the amenities of a big city with a small town atmosphere, you'll love it here.
Visiting Bozeman is a blast. But if you’d rather stick to a small town,
try one of these rural spots instead.