BOULDER, CO - Boulder's beautiful cityscape is surrounded by acres of magnificent open space about 30 minutes from Denver, hidden into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Explore pine-scented paths, sample the delights of "America's Foodiest Town," tour 22 craft breweries, stroll historic Pearl Street, and take up the laid-back vibes of this creative city.
Here are some things you can do in Boulder.
- Pearl Street
Boulder's heart and soul are the brick-paved Pearl Street, a primary gathering spot where locals and visitors alike come to walk and shop among the historic stores, dine at buzzed-about restaurants, sip coffee, drink microbrews, or simply people-watch. If you just do one thing in Boulder, it should be walking this pedestrian mall.
- The Flatirons
The Flatirons with slanting, huge slabs of sandstone that form Boulder's backdrop from nearly every viewpoint, have a little supernatural effect on tourists.
- Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse
It's a welcoming and relaxing spot for a cup of tea and a bite to eat while seeing the colorful carvings and paintings that adorn every inch of the interior.
- Boulder Creek Path
Miles of paved paths run through the heart of Boulder, making it easily accessible to everyone. For some fresh air and lovely Boulder views, join people who bike, jog, skate, and walk the Boulder Stream Path alongside the trickling creek beneath shady old-growth trees.
- Boulder Theater
Since 1906, the historic Boulder Theater has hosted music and cinema performances in various iterations. The art deco exterior and neon marquee of the theater is almost as well-known in Boulder as the Flatirons. The Boulder Theater has hosted some of the best events in Boulder's history, from big-name musical performers like Shawn Colvin and Sheryl Crow to local favorites like Big Head Todd and the Monsters and The Samples.
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