Bozeman has quite a few designated historic neighborhoods. They all feature walkable, tree-lined streets and historic architecture that really show off Bozeman’s history. If you find yourself walking through the following historic districts, consider Main Street as an easy separator between the north and south neighborhoods.
- Bon Ton -This district stretches along the 200-1000 blocks of S. Willson Avenue, S. Grand Avenue, S. Third Avenue and W. Cleveland Street. Here, you’ll find big, beautiful, turn-of-the-century mansions on large lots that set it apart from the other southside historic districts.
- South Willson -Willson Avenue is a major north/south thoroughfare and the houses in this district are some of the finest historic homes you’ll find anywhere in Bozeman.
- Cooper Park -This modern historic district is home to Bungalow-style homes and one of Bozeman’s most popular off-the-leash dog parks, Cooper Park.
- Lindley Place -This little cozy, tucked-in jewel connects to Bozeman Creek and popular Bogart Park.
- Montana State University – Starts at W. College St, S. 11th Ave, W. Grant St and S. 6th Ave. and comprises 89.3 acres in the core of the college campus.
- South Tracy- South Black – This area is made up of 93 diverse, vernacular houses lining S. Tracy and S. Black Avenues between Olive and Alderson Streets. There is also a large school building and a neighborhood grocery store.
- North Tracy – Running from Villard to Peach Streets, this area contains the most significant concentration of historic residential architecture north of Main Street
- Bozeman Brewery – Sitting along the 700-800 blocks of N. Wallace Avenue, this area is a booming corridor for restaurants, coffee shops, galleries and strikingly modern, renovated homes.