Destination: Bozeman Meeting & Event Planning City Guide
By Bill McRae
June 23, 2010
To most people, Montana seems a long ways from anywhere—and, in fact, it is quite a distance from most large U.S. population centers. However, if you are looking for a unique and memorable place to hold a meeting or small convention, getting a little distance from the crowds isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
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Bozeman, home of Montana State University, lays at the foot of the Gallatin Valley, with the Gallatin and Madison Ranges to the south and the Bridger Range to the northeast. An urban township surrounded by the best of nature, Bozeman is an inspired place to visit or bring a group.
The Museum of the Rockiesis one of the foremost paleontology centers in the nation and is a playground for dinosaur lovers and history buffs alike. The historic downtown also has excellent restaurants and art galleries, as well as a vibrant, youthful population.
A renovated elementary school from 1918, the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture serves as a hub for Bozeman’s busy performing and visual arts scene, with a number of meeting and conference rooms available for groups, including the 711-seat Crawford Theater. Montana State University is able to accommodate groups of up to 8,000 in a variety of meeting and conference venues.