There is something about Boulder that draws people to it. Named the "Happiest City in the U.S." by National Geographic, Boulder is one place you wouldn't want to miss. It is a difficult task to analyze why people continue being fascinated by this city located at the foot of the Foot Range because there are just a lot of reasons to love Boulder. Here is a list of some of the things you can do in this city. For more information, please visit this website.
Who doesn't love gazing at stars? In Fiske Planetarium, visitors can enjoy different galleries and shows talking about the stars and the universe. Tourists will not be disappointed with the high-resolution theaters in North America, allowing them to enjoy stunning visuals and laser shows. If you are lucky and the weather is good, you can be stargazing on the Sommers-Bausch Observatory's Observation Deck.
Tour the Celestial Seasonings headquarters in Boulder and see the mysteries of tea with a expertly guided tour. During the forty-five minute walking tour, you will see a behind-the-scenes perspective at how tea is produced from ingredients around to world to the finished product. Additionally, you can sniff the Mint Room in the production facility, where the strong smells of spearmint, peppermint, and ginger mint are stored. Also, at the end of the tour, shop in the Tea Shop and sample all of Celestial Seasonings teas in the Celestial Café. The headquarters is located in the Boulder neighborhood of Gunbarrel.
Boulder also has something in store for those who want to go shopping. The Pearl Street Mall is the best spot not only for shopping but dining and recreation as well. The mall is one of the most famous attractions in Boulder for its exciting shops, businesses, galleries, and dining.
Founded in 2004, the Boulder Chamber Orchestra is the renowned chamber orchestra in Boulder. The chamber orchestra showcases great talents by distinguished musicians. Bahman Saless is the musical director of BCO. Aside from their world-class concerts, BCO also organizes educational and community outreach programs.
In 1972, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art was established. It seeks to inform and inspire creativity through a variety of exhibitions and performances. The museum holds contemporary art exhibitions all year round. The museum offers educational programs that are best for everyone, regardless of their age and interest.
Eldorado Canyon State Park is one of Boulder's natural wonders. Visitors who love outdoor activities will take haven in this park. It has more than 1,000 technical rock climbing trails that visitors can explore. Also, swimming, fishing and having picnics are activities that can be done in the park. It is open to everyone during the day for a small price.
Ever joined a food tour? If you haven't, then the Local Table Tours might be the best tour you will join in Boulder. Local gourmands organize the tours where foodies can go to top choices food establishments in Boulder. Aside from the food tour, they also offer cocktail tours for visitors who love learn how to make cocktails through private classes and demonstrations.
The Boulder History Museum seeks to teach visitors about the vibrant history of Boulder. The museum is home to more than 45,000 historical items. The museum that is found in Harbeck-Bergheim updates its exhibits now and then to offer new attractions to its visitors including educational programs that are organized around the year. Researches can also use over 900,000 historical documents and photos at the Boulder Carnegie Library.