Bozeman, Montana - Facts & Figures
Bozeman, Montana is located in the southwestern part of the state. The city is a college town, home to Montana State University - Montana. The Museum of the Rockies is located on the Montana State University campus and is home to the world-class Taylor Planetarium. The Wild West Winterfest is one of Bozeman's most popular annual events and features horse drawn wagon rides, a kids rodeo, a barn full of farm animals for the kids, a hockey tournament, and the Dog Keg Pull (dogs of many breeds and sizes pull a full keg of beer on a sled). Affordable skiing is available at the non-profit Bridger Bowl Ski Resort in the Bridger Mountains. Bozeman is the film site of several films including A River Runs Through It and many television and movie series reference the city, such as Star Trek: The Next Generation and The Big Bang Theory's episode, "The Bozeman Reaction".
- Population: 37326
- Industries: Educational services, Retail trade, Health care and social assistance, Accommodation and food services, Other services, except public administration, Professional, scientific, and technical services, Finance and insurance, Construction
- Area Codes: 406
- Zip Codes: 59715, 59717, 59718, 59719, 59771, 59772, 59773
- Surrounding Cities: Four Corners, Gallatin Gateway, Belgrade, Amsterdam-Churchill, Manhattan, Livingston, Upper Yellowstone Valley, Clyde Park