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One-Day Tour of Boulder

Destination(s): Boulder

You already know about the mountains, the ridiculously fit citizens and the alternative lifestyles that Boulder is famous for-- but at the heart of the people's Republic is a wealth of great restaurants, beautiful parks and places to see in the downtown area. read more about One-Day Tour of Boulder

Dot's Diner

Dot's Diner

  • 2716 28th Street
  • tel:+1 303 449 1323
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  • Boulder, 80301
Lucile's

Lucile's

  • 2124 14th Street
  • tel:+1 303 442 4743
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  • Boulder, 80302
Pearl Street Mall

Pearl Street Mall

  • Pearl Street
  • Pearl St. from 11th to 15th sts
  • tel:+1 303 442 1044
  • Boulder, 80302

This four-block pedestrian mall is a unique and essential part of Boulder. With a wide selection of shops and restaurants, this mall is sure to keep you entertained as you stroll in and out of art galleries, listen to musicians playing free live music, enjoy the shows of buskers (such as the famous Derek Derek), and have a bite to eat on one of Pearl Street's many outdoor patios. It's also a great place for kids, with water spouts that come out of the bricks by 14th street, street performers making balloon art, and big animal statues on which to climb on the east side of the walking mall. In the summer, Pearl Street is host to many events such as Band on the Bricks and the Downtown Boulder Art Fair. The stores also extend both east and west of the walking portion of the Pearl Street Mall, so be sure to continue on to find more interesting stores and restaurants. read more about Pearl Street Mall

Chautauqua Park

Chautauqua Park

  • Ninth Street & Baseline Road
  • tel:303 442 3282
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  • Boulder, 80302

This picturesque park located at the base of the Flatirons has many trailheads that are the gateways to the Rocky Mountains. The park is a wonderful place for walking, picnicking, and people-watching. The park is part of the Chautauqua community, an idea built from the Chautauqua movement popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries that was based around adult education that attempted to provide entertainment and culture for the whole community. The Boulder Chautauqua community opened in 1898 and contains a public dining hall, lodging, a community house for local events, and the beautiful Chautauqua Auditorium, which houses the esteemed Colorado Music Festival in the summer, as well as other concerts throughout the year. read more about Chautauqua Park

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

Trattoria On Pearl

Trattoria On Pearl

Flagstaff Mountain

Flagstaff Mountain

  • Flagstaff Mountain Road
  • Flagstaff Mountain Road
  • tel:+1 303 441 3408
  • Boulder, 80302

Just west of downtown, the winding road up the mountain provides stunning panoramic views of Boulder, Denver, and the eastern plains after a beautiful drive or a strenuous bike ride. There are many picnic tables just off the road where you can park and walk for a few minutes and find yourself in a relatively quiet and secluded area. Flagstaff Mountain also has mountain bike trails and popular climbing routes, as well as the Summit Nature Center (open weekends in the summer) and an outdoor amphitheater. The Flagstaff House, one of Boulder's most upscale restaurants, is also situated on Flagstaff Mountain, which affords it incredible views and quite a romantic atmosphere. read more about Flagstaff Mountain

Hungry Toad (The)

Hungry Toad (The)

  • 2543 Broadway Street
  • tel:303 442 5012
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  • Boulder, 80304
Boulder Theater

Boulder Theater

Boulder's Dinner Theatre

Boulder's Dinner Theatre

  • 5501 Arapahoe Avenue
  • tel:303 449 6000
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  • Boulder, 80303
Catacombs Bar

Catacombs Bar