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Children's Museum of Bozeman
cmbozeman.org

202 S. Willson (map)


522-9087

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The Children's Museum of Bozeman features hands-on exhibits and creative programs for kids and families. Kids learn through play in exhibits and open-ended activities featuring physical science, building, dress-up, arts, culture and more. Everyone welcome!

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Earth's Treasures
EarthsTreasuresMT.com

25 N. Willson (map)


586-3451

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Earth's Treasures features natural wonders and Montana Fossils, without an admission fee. Crystals, Dino Poop, Framed Leaves, Rock Tumblers, Metal Detectors, Gold Pans, Books, Butterfly Wing Jewelry & Minerals for the serious collector as well as small children. Don't miss the Bug Wall. Come as a customer, leave as a friend. Open year-round Mon. through Sat.

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Museum of the Rockies
museumoftherockies.org

600 West Kagy Blvd. (south of the MSU campus) (map)


994-2251

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The Museum of the Rockies, home to the world?s largest collection of dinosaur fossils, is Montana?s premier natural and cultural history museum. The museum houses permanent exhibits on dinosaurs, geology and Montana history - including, Native American cultures - as well as a planetarium, a living history farm, Explore Yellowstone Children?s Discovery Center and world-class changing exhibits.

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Pioneer Museum
pioneermuseum.org

317 West Main St. (map)


522-8122

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The Pioneer Museum of Bozeman preserves and promotes the history of Gallatin County & southwest Montana. Located in the former county jail and listed on the national register of historic places, the museum features dozens of displays on various aspects of local history, including the American Indian, Lewis & Clark, fur traders, gold miners, pioneers and settlers. Visitors will also view jail cells and even a hanging gallows during their tour. The museum?s research center has more than 17,000 historical photographs (all available for duplication), thousands of documents, newspapers, journals, and diaries on local history. The museum bookstore holds hard-to-find books on southwest Montana history for sale to the public.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE DOWNTOWN BOZEMAN PARTNERSHIP 406.586.4008 EMAIL DOWNTOWN BOZEMAN
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