Stroll thru town history with absorbing foot tours
Venturing into the past is a great way to experience a different world. Join an Extreme History Project Walking Tour this summer! Take an adventure through time and see the days of yesteryear through new eyes. Here’s a look at some of this summer’s recurring tours.
Business and Pleasure: Bozeman’s Historic Red-Light District tours on Friday afternoons at 1pm. See where the ladies lived and worked and recount the lives of the many women who made this district their home. Walkers will hear stories of success, failure, independence and tragedy.
On Friday evenings, Murders, Madams, and Mediums: Bozeman’s Dark Side thrills at 7pm. From horrific murders to notorious madams and mediums communicating with the spirit world, Bozeman’s darker history comes to light in a walking tour designed to send a shiver up your spine.
Take a Sunday walk with From Tents to Town: Bozeman’s Historic Main Street every week at 1pm. Enjoy the stories of the colorful characters like John Bozeman, Daniel Rouse, Nelson Story and architect Fred Wilson who helped mold the look and shape of this town.
On Sunday evenings, Ghosts of Bozeman’s Past: Historic Sunset Hills Cemetery haunts at 4pm. The early residents of Bozeman laid their love ones to rest in this sanctified ground overlooking the town that their toil and labor helped establish.
If you would like to reserve a spot on any of these tours, call (406) 220-2678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tours are $12, or $10 for seniors and students. Kids 12 and under tour free! Note: those who have not been vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear a mask.
Further details, meeting locations, and online registration through Eventbrite is available at www.adventurethroughtime.org. Tour schedule may vary. Please visit the website for a complete list of offerings. •