Montana Hotel Reservations
Livingston Depot Center
On your next trip to Montana, visit Livingston and check out the Livingston Depot Center. A restored Northern Pacific Railroad train station from 1902, the Livingston Depot Center originally served as the headquarters for Northern Pacific's Central Division.
By 1971, Amtrak had taken control of passenger train service, and by 1987, the Livingston Depot Center was converted into a living museum after the early 80s decline in railway passenger train use. Open for travel use from May through mid to late September, the Livingston Depot Center sees visitors all year round.
During the off season, the Livingston Depot can be rented for weddings, concerts, performances of most any kind, and parties. Fourth of July is when you'll find a big celebration at the Livingston Depot Center, as it, and the nearby Depot Rotary Park, hosts festivals and events for the occasion. Be sure to explore the Livingston Depot Center on your next visit to southern Montana, not far from Bozeman.
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