Boulder is a county seat and is one of the most populous regions in Colorado. Located in the foothills of Rocky Mountains, it lies at an elevation of 1655 m above sea level. It is also close to Denver so if you are traveling there you can stop by to explore Boulder for a day. The city is known for its association with the history of the American frontiers. It is also home to the University of Colorado campus that is the largest university of the state. The city is known for the quality of life it offers, health, and art and education opportunities.
It was part of Nebraska territory till 1861 after which the territory was formed as part of Colorado by the US congress. It also developed as a mining base for the mining operations that took place in the higher mountain levels.
If you visit this quaint city you will find the university campus town a place of small wonders and several spaces of natural beauty that are worth exploring.
- Pearl Street Mall is a pedestrian mall that spans four blocks in Boulder. This pedestrian area that spans from 11th to 15th street is home to retail outlets and other businesses. If you wish to enjoy a walk and enjoy the retail scene and catch the vibes of the city, this is a space to explore.
Address: 1942 Broadway #301, Boulder.
- Avery Brewing Company is a regional brewery that is popular with the locals as well as sightseers. It was established in the year 1993. This brewery has several in house beer varieties for one to taste as well as tours to take across the beer making unit, souvenir shop to explore and an in house pub that provides tasting opportunities along with local food as well.
- Flagstaff Mountain is a mountain range located on the eastern flanks of the Front Range of Rocky Mountains. Those who love to explore the rugged mountainside and enjoy hiking will not want to give this range a miss.
Location: Boulder County, Colorado.
- Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art is a popular place to check out contemporary art exhibits that are put here by regional as well as international artists. There are performances that are hosted here as well.
Address: 1750 13th St, Boulder, CO.
Opens at: 11AM.
Admission fees: $1for adults and seniors; $1for children.