2515 Catamount Street
Bozeman, MT 59718
Phone: (406) 587-0800
Fax: (406) 587-0802
2515 Catamount Street, Bozeman, MT, US, 59718
- Phone: (406) 587-0800
- Fax: (406) 587-0802
Arts & Museums
The staff at Framework Designs has a combination of over 30 years experience in designing custom framing, art sales and customer service.
Exhibiting the past of this county, The Pioneer Museum is housed within what used to be the county jail. Artifacts and photographs recall the development of the county to its present day. The museum also conducts a number of educational events and fairs for visitors and school groups. For more information, check out the museum's website.
Featuring modern images of the West by Montana and regional artists. Mediums include drawings, paintings, jewelry, wood block prints and an extensive selection of ceramics by current and former residents and instructors at the Archie Bray Foundation.
Bozeman is surrounded by the panoramic landscapes and the western heritage that you will find in the work of the talented artists in this Gallery.
2nd Look Gallery consigns previously owned art and unique furniture. 2nd Look also features original artists and local craftsmen.
Offers a fine collection of western, wildlife and sporting art.
The Children's Museum of Bozeman is a delightful hub dedicated to pre-schoolers, toddlers and teenagers who can enjoy themselves and meet other kids. Summer camps, fun workshops, youth intern programs and special events for Halloween are what can be expected here. Private and birthday parties can also be organized in a room where puppet shows, bubbles, fancy dress, pinball and craft activities are organized for the chirruping kids. Check website for details.
Displays the works of early western photographer L.A. Huffman. The collection spans his creative efforts from 1878 - 1921.
Established in 1990, the American Computer Museum aims to acquaint visitors with the history of computers and the development of technology with the help of exhibits and artifacts.
Museum of the Rockies or MOR as it's commonly called was set up in 1957 by Caroline McGill. Housing within it an unbelievable 300,000 objects spanning over 500,000 years of history, this museum has caught the fancy of young school kids and old researchers too, who are impressed by the mammoth dinosaur exhibits, American Indian artifacts, the planetarium and exciting temporary exhibitions. The stunning permanent exhibitions are all about the evolution of the Rockies mountains since the past 4 billion years!