Things To Do In Boise

Up to 67% Off Back-Country Air Tour with Brunch

SP Aircraft

SP Aircraft

$500 $179

Air tour soars high over downtown Boise, Stanley Basin and Sawtooth Range before stopping for brunch deep in the Frank Church Wilderness

Up to 64% Off Yoga at Sage Yoga & Wellness

Sage Yoga & Wellness


$90 $40


Instructors guide groups through poses designed to achieve mental focus while boosting energy and flexibility

Aquarium of Boise – Up to 45% Off Visit

Aquarium of Boise


$20 $11


35,000+ gallons of seawater inhabited by everything from octopuses who change colors instantly to a giant pufferfish named Letterman

50% Off Glass-Blowing Class for Up to Two

Boise Art Glass


$150 $75

Glass master equips students to spin molten glass into a vibrant and colorful paperweight, mug, or bowl over the furnace’s open flames

80% Off Classes at Johnny's Fit Club Fitness

Johnny's Fit Club Fitness

Southeast Boise

$149 $30


Boot-camp and group-fitness classes whip exercisers into shape and memberships provide nutrition programs, tanning, and measurements

50% Off at FireFusion Studio

FireFusion Studio


$70 $35

Beginners learn the art of fusing glass to metal to create copper enamel pendants or pins; materials included

46% Off Go-Kart Racing at Fast Lane Indoor Kart Racing

Fast Lane Indoor Kart Racing

West Bench

$53.85 $29

Riders race up to 40 mph in Sodi karts powered by Honda GX270 engines

Up to 53% Off Parkour Classes at Bodies in Motion

Bodies in Motion

Southeast Boise

$36 $18

Parkour enhances students' strength and agility as they vault, climb, and roll over obstacles

Up to 50% Off at Edge Brewing Company

Edge Brewing Company

West Bench

$38 $19

Gastropub-style burgers, street food, and light fare pair with over 20 unique beers on tap

40% Off Beer and Wine

Woodland Empire Ale Craft


$10 $6

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 65% Off Classes at The Yoga Room

The Yoga Room

West Bench

$65 $23

Seven different types of yoga classes include restorative Iyengar, meditative Hatha yoga, warm yoga, and Vinyasa flow

74% Off Yoga

River Time Yoga


$150 $39

Healing svaroopa yoga sessions help relieve pain through limb-lengthening postures and exercises that make use of props

50% Off at Pojos Family Fun Center

Pojos Family Fun Center

West Bench

$30 $15

Guests ram into bumper-car drivers, ride carousel and contend for arcade prizes at 22,000 sq. ft. indoor fun center

71% Off at Hollywood Market Yoga

Hollywood Market Yoga

North End

$120 $35

Yogis lead warm Vinyasa flow classes and signature hot flow classes in a heated room

Up to 71% Off Karate Classes

Dragon Bushido Martial Arts

Southwest Ada County Alliance

$100 $39

Martial arts instructors lead karate classes for adults and kids that focus of self-defense, fitness, and confidence

Up to 71% Off at Commando Krav Maga

Commando Krav Maga

TEAM Hardcore

$100 $39

Students learn real-life self-defense techniques and burn calories during 90-minute classes

Up to 50% Off Indoor Rock Climbing

Asana Climbing


$15 $8

2,000 sq. ft. of climbing space await experts and beginners alike inside this low-altitude bouldering gym with two unique walls

Up to 73% Off Taekwondo Classes

Maines Taekwondo Academy

Southeast Boise

$65 $25

Hone martial skill and personal discipline under the tutelage of second degree black belt John Maines in eight classes per month

Up to 51% Off from Cole/Marr Photography Workshops

Cole/Marr Photography Workshops


$95 $47

Veteran photographers lead workshops covering shooting and composition fundamentals

Select Local Merchants

According to a profile by the Boise Weekly's Rachael Daigle, Tony Perreira's dream of growing the ranks of American curling enthusiasts began as " but a glimmer in one curler's eye." Now carving out a niche on the ice as the founder of Boise Curling Club, Perreira helps his band of talented leads, skips, and sweepers share their precise and entertaining skills at one of the Winter Olympics’ two most recently added sports. The club's coaches distill the complexities of their sport into easy to digest instruction and FAQs designed to answer curling inquiries better than the oracles found at every ice rink. The club provides all equipment aside from comfortable pants and layered clothing, and offers workshops focused on constructing your own curling shoes.

7072 South Eisenman Road

Das Breakroom welcomes guests to unleash their inner Hulks. They can smash printers to smithereens and rip laptop screens off their hinges or stomp on boom boxes and beat chandeliers to tangled messes using baseball bats. The recreational destruction business provides a safe, contained, and private environment for people to obliterate plates, electronic equipment, and furniture. Although individuals can come in to blow off some steam, Das Breakroom also hosts events for parties of all sizes and offers happy-hour sessions.

416 North Orchard Street

As a PGA-certified pro, Jeff Thomsen's distinguished golf career began decades ago, when the 16-year-old Thomsen swung his way to the Idaho State Amateur championship, becoming the youngest player ever to earn that rarefied distinction. His early success would pave the cart path to a long career that included 175 PGA Tour events, participation in 14 major championships, multiple tournament victories, and once saving a course-side community from a feral golf cart. Today, Jeff showers pupils with golf wisdom culled from both his 38-year competitive career and a certification from the Nicklaus/Flick Golf School. The passionate pedagogue helps players sharpen their game, lengthen their drives, and fold scorecards into paper cranes with hands-on, comprehensive lessons conducted at multiple courses throughout the hills of Treasure Valley.

6501 South Cloverdale Road

As the early-morning sky lightens and the sun paints the horizon in purples, blues, oranges, and yellows, a fleet of balloons takes flight. These are Boise Hot Air Company’s balloons—colorful inflated vessels bedecked with purple and yellow stripes, red checkerboard patterns, and the stars and stripes of the American flag. Captains take groups aloft at 30 minutes before official sunrise in baskets equipped with seats and dividers for added safety. Flying only in fair weather and usually at speeds of no more than 8 miles per hour, the captains pilot leisurely flights low over the countryside of rolling hills from March through November.

3340 North Lakeharbor Lane

What makes a chili recipe the best there is? The judges at this year's Chili & Salsa fest will have to figure that out for themselves as they award entries of chili—and salsa—in this year's competitions. At Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park, the scents of fall food mingle in the air, making it tricky for patrons to decide whose wares to sample. And as evening comes on, so does the crowd, as the event shifts to watching college and NFL football on the big screen.

233 South Capitol Boulevard

The Boise Flower & Garden Show, running March 25–27 at the Boise Centre, hosts myriad lush garden displays, seminars, and shopping opportunities for adventurous green-thumbs. Upon entering, visitors pass through the alpine-lake-themed garden, which sports a meadow, granite boulders, and mountain cabin. The show then lavishes eyes with a buffet of specialty displays—the orchid sale sports a vast variety of delicate stems and expert advice on how to care for them, and a bonsai display teaches adoptive plant parents how to prune shrubs without using a dunce cap.

850 West Front Street