Join us for a walking tour of Bozeman’s Historic Downtown
From Tents to Town: Bozeman’s Historic Main Street
Tour Guides: Julia Jacobs and Bob Lease
When: Saturdays at 6pm (Starting June 13, 2020)
Where: Meet at The Extreme History Project, 234 E. Mendenhall Street
To reserve a spot on the tour register by clicking here, give us a call at 406-220-2678, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are $12, $10 for seniors and students.
Join us for a walk down Bozeman’s historic Main Street and learn about Bozeman’s role as an agricultural town built to supply the miners flocking to Montana Territory during the 1860s gold rush. You’ll walk along the old Bozeman Trail and witness the path of famous characters such as Nelson Story and Fred Willson who had tremendous influence on the town’s appearance. You’ll see the many different architectural styles that line Bozeman’s Main Street, representing different aspects of local history from our oldest brick building constructed in 1872 to our newer theater district constructed in the 1920s. You’ll come to understand why Bozeman was and still is beloved by its former and current residents.