Walking Tour Season is Here!

Posted: May 15, 2023 by extremehistory in Uncategorized

We’re excited to kick off another season of walking tours! We have some great guides this year and new stories! Join us for some exciting tours this month!

May 25 and 26, 6pm – (TOURS FULL) Hidden History: Rediscovering Bozeman Creek Historic Walking Tour. Bozeman Creek runs through the heart of Bozeman and has always been an integral waterway for people living in the area. Join The Extreme History Project, Mountain Time Arts, and the Bozeman Historic Preservation Advisory Group on a collaborative walking tour of this historic waterway. Each organization will tell you about Bozeman Creek through their lens. We will uncover the history and hydrology of this important waterway, along with the rich natural and cultural history of the creek. Our walking tour is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, and we’ll take breaks along the way to rest and enjoy the scenery. So whether you’re a nature lover, history buff, or just looking for a peaceful and rejuvenating experience, our Bozeman Creek walking tour is the perfect way to spend a spring evening. Meet your tour guide at the City Hall building located at 121 N. Rouse Avenue. Free but registration required by clicking this link.

(Special Guests Tour!) Saturday May 27, 1pm and 3pmWhere in Bozeman! A Walking Tour of Unique and Hidden Architectural Gems with Paul Stouffer and Susan Anderegg. Every day people walk by features in downtown Bozeman without noticing them, visual white noise that doesn’t get even a second glance. Yet these things can tell us something about the history of where we live, things worth remembering, and maybe even saving. Join Where in Bozeman authors Susan Anderegg and Paul Stouffer on a walk around downtown as they point out many of the unique, hidden features highlighted in their book, while sharing the stories and historical significance behind them. You might be surprised and have some fun discovering new things, while gaining an appreciation for what is around us every day and what it might teach us about this great place. Each tour participant will also receive a copy of the book (for an additional charge) containing Susan’s rich, detailed photography accompanied by Paul’s written narrative. For tickets click here for 1pm tour and here for 3pm tour.

Friday May 26, 7pmMurders, Madams and Mediums: Bozeman’s Dark Side. Click here for more information and tickets. Join us for our most popular tour and traverse the back alleys and dark history of Bozeman’s past!

Sunday May 28, 1pmTents to Town: Bozeman’s Main Street. Click here for more information and tickets. Travel down Bozeman’s historic Main Street with us and learn about the people who built this town and the buildings that reflect that fascinating history!

Sunday May 28, 4pmGhosts of Bozeman’s Past: Bozeman’s Historic Sunset Hills Cemetery. Click here for tickets. Stroll through beautiful Sunset Hills Cemetery and learn the stories of the men and women who built Bozeman!

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