Bone tumors are tumors that occur in the bone or its accessory tissues, including primary tumors and metastatic tumors. The main mechanism of bisphosphonate is to inhibit the resorption of destructive bone, inhibit the activity of osteoclasts and reduce the concentration of blood calcium. Therefore, bisphosphonates can be used for malignant hypercalcaemia, pain caused by osteolytic bone metastasis, prevention of osteolytic bone metastasis, multiple myeloma osteopathy, improving radiosensitivity and so on. However, the traditional administration of bisphosphonates can cause a series of adverse reactions. To overcome this disadvantage, it is necessary to develop novel methods to improve the delivery of bisphosphonates. In this paper, the latest research progress of new and improved bisphosphonate drug delivery methods in the treatment of bone tumors is reviewed. At present, the main design idea is to connect bisphosphonate nanoparticles, liposomes, microspheres, microcapsules, couplings, prodrugs and bone tissue engineering to targeted anti-tumors systems, and positive progress has been made in in vitro and animal experiments. However, its safety and effectiveness in human body still need to be verified by more studies.