- Our list of the best things to do in Boulder, Colorado, features the top 297 nearby activities — including 119 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Boulder, CO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 36 things to do within the city of Boulder, CO , followed by 261 popular activities in nearby cities, including Golden, Idaho Springs, Longmont, Wheat Ridge, Broomfield, Arvada, Westminster, Denver, Thornton, Morrison, Central City, Lakewood, Black Hawk, Commerce City, Brighton, Estes Park, Allenspark, Evergreen, Westminster, Fraser and Northglenn
"Baby Boomer Baby" Colorado Springs MoreLess Info
This one-man romp through the musical history of the Baby Boomers stars National Lampoon’s Tommy Koenig
Producing a mix of year round and seasonal ales, Avery Brewing Company offers visitors tours and tasting experiences of the brewery. The tour takes visitors through all the major steps of the brewing process.
With a few locations including a main branch downtown, Boulder Public Library has an expansive catalog. Along with both fiction and non-fiction books, their collection further includes movies, audio books and music.
Lead by local and knowledgeable residents with many years of experience, Boulder Walking Tours leads visitors on a unique walking journey through the city. During the tours, guests observe local landmarks and learn about the history of the area.
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Thirteenth St. and Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO 80302 MoreLess Info
Since 1986, Boulder County Farmers Market has been a gathering place for shoppers and vendors alike to buy and sell fresh produce, baked goods, locally produced wines and food. The market is open On Wednesday's and Saturday's from April through November.
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Mailing Address: 1315 Cascade Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 MoreLess Info
With Banjo Billy's Bus Tours, visitors can explore the historical and cultural sites of the region on a colorful school bus. Visitors will stop at sites like a haunted hotel, old mining location, and more.
Pearl Street Mall is a pedestrian area stretching to four blocks and is home to a number of local businesses as well as national chain stores. The walks are decorated with sculptures and fountains and serve as a stage for street performances during summers.
Recommended for intermediate to advanced hikers, Mt. Sanitas Trail offers visitors a scenic dirt trail that leads up the side of the mountain. Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs on the trail if they are leashed.