Sightseeing in Mapleton Hill


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  • Absinthe House
    Take a trip to Absinthe House in Boulder and make your next meal a good one. Don't stay cooped up on a beautiful summer day! At Absinthe House, you can dine outdoors on their lovely patio. There's often a DJ spinning as well, and patrons are encouraged to step out on the dance floor. Sound levels can reach upper decibel levels at the restaurant, so sensitive ears beware! Prepare to face the crowds if you visit on the weekend — Friday and Saturday are Absinthe House's busiest days. Ordering food? You can pick it up yourself! The parking options near Absinthe House are quick and painless.
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    1109 Walnut St
    Boulder, CO US
  • Boulder Walking Tours
    As recently as April 2014, the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index indicated Boulder, Colorado as the skinniest city in the United States. Since the pedestrian-friendly city rests in the cradle of the Rocky Mountain foothills, with plenty of nearby opportunities to hike, the ranking is perhaps no surprise to Boulder's 100,000 residents. It certainly comes as no surprise to guides at Boulder Walking Tours, who make their living showing off the city's footpaths through its downtown historic districts. On one of their signature tours, guides take up to eight guests to explore Boulder's still-operational Chautauqua campus, where an adult-educational movement has thrived since the late 19th century. The morning-long tour benefits from stunning views of the Flatirons, deftly told anecdotes of local Chautauquans, and historical photographs that show off how far picture-taking technology has come.
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    2115 13th St
    Boulder, CO US
  • Local Table Tours
    Taste your way through Boulder, CO, on a culinary walking tour. Get to know America's foodiest small town one bite at a time!
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    1235 Pearl Street
    Boulder, CO US
  • Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
    Housed in a historic brick building, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art challenges minds and peppers peepers with an ever-rotating roulette wheel of exhibits from local, national, and international artists. An individual membership affords artophiles unlimited entry for 12 months, or the approximate time it takes to have a baby. Peruse the industrial-ceilinged, white-walled galleries alone, with a friend capitalizing on the included guest entry pass (one per visit), or with the guidance of a wisdom-infused curator as part of invitation-only exhibitions. Members revel in additional benefits, such as discounts on museum programs and at the museum store, subscriptions to the events calendar and e-news.
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    1750 13th St
    Boulder, CO US
  • Colorado Segway Tours- 2 locations
    Why walk when you can ride? That's the question asked by Colorado Segway Tours, whose fleet of brand-new Segways send riders gliding on tours of Denver and Boulder. The roughly-seven-mile tours take them past historic landmarks, such as Denver's capitol building and its golden dome, as well as Boulder's Gregory Canyon and other natural sights. Each tour begins with an instructional lesson, equipping riders with the skills needed to handle their Segways like professionals.
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    1931 Mapleton Avenue
    Boulder, CO US
  • Boulder History Museum
    Founded in 1944, the Boulder History Museum helps Colorado natives and out-of-town visitors connect with the area's deep history through an anthology of more than 35,000 local artifacts and engaging rotating exhibits. Donated by Boulder-area families and organizations, the museum's collection features period clothing, personal keepsakes, recreational artifacts, antique tools, historic communications, transportation relics, and cave paintings depicting John Denver's initial discovery of the Rocky Mountains' mineable chocolate stores. Current and future exhibits include Treasures of NOAA's Ark (beginning February 18), a collection of 19th century maps and charts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to an exploration of Boulder's involvement in the New Deal Work Projects of the 1930s (through April 30).
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    1206 Euclid Ave
    Boulder, CO US

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