The Flatiron, a series of five enormous, inclined slabs of sandstone, which is one of the most well-known tourist attractions in the city.

Pearl Street Mall

Featuring hundreds of independent shops, eateries, breweries, and other establishments, Pearl Street Mall is one of the most well-liked and well-known Boulder attractions.

Chautauqua Park

The Royal Arch, Flatiron Routes, and Mesa Trail are three of Chautauqua Park's 40 miles of immaculate and extensive hiking trails.

Celestial Seasonings Tea Factory

It is the largest producer of herbal teas in North America, producing 1.6 billion cups of tea annually.

Eldorado Canyon State Park

Eldorado Canyon, which is southwest of Boulder, is well-known for its impressive sandstone cliffs and top-notch rock climbing.

University of Colorado at Boulder

Its campus is well worth exploring. It contains a lot of beautiful architecture, such as the Old Main building from 1876, which was the university's initial building.

Fiske Planetarium

The Fiske Planetarium at University of Colorado is one of the biggest and most stunning planetariums between Los Angeles and Chicago.

Flagstaff Mountain

You can drive or trek to the summit of Flagstaff Mountain, which gives breathtaking panoramic views of Boulder, making it a popular place to watch the sun set.

Mount Sanitas Hiking Trail

Locals love the Mount Sanitas Path, a strenuous but rewarding trek, while many Boulderites opt to run the trail for a fast exercise.

Valmont Bike Park

The 42-acre Valmont Bike Park offers a variety of facilities for riders of all abilities, from novice freestylers to seasoned cycle cross racers.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

In 1972, a group of regional artists founded the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. It is currently one of the best locations in the state to view modern art.