Boulder is the home of the University of Colorado's main campus, and is known for its natural beauty. And BusRental.com tells you that it is a great place to visit. So get on a bus charter in Boulder, Colorado and discover the city now.
Where can you take your bus charter in Boulder, Colorado?
Listen to the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra as they play at the University of Colorado at Boulder's Macky Auditorium. They also have an annual The Nutcracker production that they do with the Boulder Ballet. Aside from these groups, there is also a variety of music festivals here, including the Colorado Music Festival and it has two major film festivals: the Boulder International Film Festival and the Boulder Adventure Film Festival.
Some of the places you could go for an outstanding night of performances include the Chautauqua Auditorium, the Colorado Chautauqua, and Fox Theatre. Further, you should also visit the Leanin' Tree Museum of Western Art, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Charles A. Haertling Sculpture Park, CU Art Museum, and the Shelby American Collection Museum.
Shoppers would be delighted to shop at Pearl Street Mall. The pedestrian mall has some of the more interesting retailers in the city and good restaurants. You can also shop at Twenty Ninth Street or the Hill, where you could easily find bargains. And while the city has dozens of great restaurants, these are places that should top your must-try list: Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse, Mountain Sun Pub & Brewery, Amu, the Buff Restaurant, Curry n Kebob, Il Pastaio, Oak at Fourteenth, and Rincon Argentino.
Then go to the Boulder History Museum and learn more about the city's history. The museum is inside the Harbeck Bergheim house. Another house you could visit is the Woodward Baird House, which is on the National Register of Historic Places along with almost two dozen other places. The list includes several districts: Downtown Boulder Historic District, Norlin Quadrangle Historic District, and Walker Ranch Historic District. Other historic attractions include the Carnegie Branch Library For Local History and the University of Colorado Heritage Center.
If there is one thing that is abundant in Boulder, it is open spaces. The city has close to 62,000 acres of open spaces that are accessible to the public. You go climbing at Boulder Canyon or the Flatirons. You can also join the annual Bolder Boulder run held every Memorial Day, along with more than 50,000 other participants.
Visit the Andrews Arboretum, a small open space that has native evergreens, ground covers, exotic trees, and shrubs. While golfers would fall in love with Flatirons Golf Course and Boulder Country Club. Meanwhile, check out the Sommers–Bausch Observatory, an astronomical observatory open to the public every Friday night. Also visit the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, where you can find at least four million specimens and artifacts on display. You should also go on several brewery, distillery and winery tours in the city, including the Boulder Distillery, the Boulder Beer microbrewery, and the Redstone Meadery.