Banjo Billy's Bus Tours
A 90 minute history tour of Boulder, Colorado from an old school bus fashioned to look like a traveling hillbilly shack. Hear ghost tales, crime stories, and history.
Boulder Beer Company Tours
Colorado's First Microbrewery and home of Boulder Beer
M-F 2:00pm or by appointment
2880 Wilderness Place, Boulder
Boulder Bicycle Adventures
Join us for scenic guided bike tours of Boulder and Front Range foothills. Explore the majesty of Boulder on one of our several scenic routs showcasing Boulder's breath-taking vistas, th raging Boulder Creek, our famous Pearl Street Mall and much more!
Boulder Public Library
Located in a dramatic building spanning Boulder Creek, just west of 9th between Arapahoe and Canyon (2 blocks south of Pearl Street). Check their calendar for their outstanding schedule of films, concerts, lectures, and art openings.
Boulder Walking Tours
Experience Boulder's pedestrian mall as it's meant to be experienced -- by foot! Fun and fact-filled guided tours exploring the characteristics that make Boulder a unique and award-winning community.
Colorado Rides and Guides
Colorado Rides and Guides is your one-stop shop for wilderness transportation, education/exploration, local information, expert advice, guiding, and safety supplies.
Colorado Travel Stories
Celestial Seasoning Tea Tours
The 45 minute tour includes a walk through the Art Gallery, samplings at the Tea Sampling Bar, a walk through the Factory where 8 million tea bags are produced daily and an experience in the famous Mint Room (sure to clear your sinuses). Conclude your visit with a stop in the Celestial Tea Shop & Emporium, where you will find all kinds of teas, apparel, gifts and collectibles. Open 7 days a week.
4600 Sleepytime Drive, Boulder
Wednesday evenings and Saturdays until 2 PM on 13th street between Arapahoe and Canyon, by the Dushanbe Teahouse. Great for Saturday lunch and for people and produce watching. Mostly organic (the people as well as the produce). Open April-October.
Check the calendar for shows, which range from pure science to Pink Floyd. Fiske Planetarium is located at University of Colorado.
Gateway Fun Park Center
4800 North 28th Street, Boulder 303.442.4386
Race on thrilling go kart tracks or enjoy a round on the magical miniature golf courses. Get lost in amazing mazes or take a few swings in one of the batting cages. There's something fun for every kid from age 1 to 100.
Local Table Tours
Join us on a culinary walk to taste fresh, local, Front Range cuisine at its finest. Set aside a couple of hours to enjoy a tour through the heart of the historic Pearl Street Mall and find out why Boulder is a top-rated destination city for food lovers and chefs alike. Our food-loving tour guides will bring you to some of Boulder's foodie hot-spots for a sampling of local cuisine and help you decide where you might want to dine while in town.
Over 200,000 items. Widget heaven. Where real men shop. Arapahoe Avenue between 26th and 28th, about a mile east of downtown.
The "Mork and Mindy" House
The exterior of this Mapleton Hill home was used in the Boulder-based American sitcom broadcast from 1978 until 1982 starring Robin Williams as Mork, an alien who came to Earth in a giant egg from the planet Ork, and Pam Dawber as Mindy McConnell, his human comedic foil.
What to Do in Denver
Boulderites often forget there's a city nearby. Denver has many areas of interests:
· Ocean Journey, a Rocky Mountains Region aquarium that immerses visitors in two river journeys.
· Denver's splendid Performing Arts Center encompasses nine theaters in a four-square-block area of downtown with overall seating capacity second only to New York's Lincoln Center.
· Denver Art Museum's 28-sided, seven-story twin towers hold more than 46,000 works of art in eight collections.
· The Denver Museum of Nature and Science:2001 Colorado Blvd, 303-322-7009.
· The Denver Zoo spans 80 acres and is home to more than 4,000 animals.2300 Steele street, 303-376-4800.
· LoDo, a district of restaurants, galleries, boutiques and lofts west of downtown, is undergoing restoration. It reminds us of San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter a few years back.
· A free bus runs along 16th Street from the train station, through LoDo and downtown, to the Art Museum and State Capitol.
· Cherry Creek, about three miles southeast of downtown (take Speer Boulevard), is a major shopping area that integrates Manhattan chic with California cool.
· The Mizel Center for Arts and Culture (part of the Denver Jewish Community Center) near Cherry Creek has some excellent exhibits and theater.
· The Tattered Cover Bookstore (LoDo and Cherry Creek) is beyond compare.
· The Denver Art Dealers Association has a calendar of art exhibits and openings.
· The RTD B bus runs frequently between Boulder and Denver, especially during rush hour.