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The Basque Museum & Cultural Center

Boise has the largest population of Basque people outside of their homeland. Enjoy a full Basque experience when you eat at Bar Gernika after you spend an afternoon exploring the Basque Museum and Cultural Center!

Location: 611 W Grove Street in Boise, Idaho
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The Idaho State Capitol

Enjoy a self guided tour through the Idaho State Capitol while you learn about Idaho's most significant and treasured structure where laws have been passed, issues have been debated, and citizen rights have been guarded and protected for over a century!

Location: 700 W Jefferson Street, 8th Street in Boise, Idaho
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The Boise Depot

Enjoy an astonishing view of the city from the top of the bell tower! Take a self guided tour around the nice garden and neat Spanish style train depot that was part of the Union Pacific Mainline. The Boise Depot is open during the day with a couple of cool exhibits inside for guests to check out. Don't forget to add your name to the visitor book on your way out! Please note: minimal hours.

Location: 2603 W Eastover Terrace in Boise, Idaho
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The Old Idaho Penitentiary

The Old Idaho Penitentiary opened its doors in 1872 to some of the West’s most hopeless criminals. Today, visitors have the opportunity to experience 150 years of Idaho’s unique prison history with thirty historic buildings and special exhibits. Aside from a self guided tour, there are often events and programs that provide families, school groups, and visitors an opportunity to relive the Old Pen’s exciting past of daring escapes, scandals and executions!

Location: 2445 Old Penitentiary Road in Boise, Idaho
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James Castle House

"The James Castle House serves as a testimony to the life and work of American artist, James Castle. Rooted in Castle's sense of wonder and discovery, the house today is a center for contemporary and historical exhibits, tours, performances, talks, an Artist-in-Residence program, and community partnerships. Both the historic buildings and the new wing invite you to explore James Castle's unique creative spaces." (Official James Castle House) Admission is free.

Location: 5015 Eugene Street in Boise, Idaho
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Morrison Knudsen Nature Center

Explore a variety of exhibits in this outdoor self-guided tour. Enjoy a unique wildlife experience along the Boise River Greenbelt as you explore Idaho's many landscapes and abundant wildlife using the attached guide!

Location: 600 S Walnut Street in Boise, Idaho
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Botanical Garden

Take a stroll through the Idaho Botanical Gardens at the base of the Boise foothills to explore 50 acres of pure beauty! During winter, don't forget to check out the Winter Garden aGlow-a local favorite!

Location: 2355 N Old Penitentiary Road in Boise, Idaho
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Idaho Shakespeare Festival

Embark upon a theatrical experience like no other as you enter the outdoor amphitheater and habitat reserve! Beyond the plethora of magic, drama and passion of professional theater, this facility was designed to feature the power of human voice. Nestled in a unique habitat, the amphitheater is home to a spectacular variety of plant and animal species. During your visit, you have the opportunity to enjoy native plants, the songs of water birds, and potential glimpses of deer, heron, ducks, geese or an occasional fox to name a few.

Location: 5657 E Warm Springs Avenue in Boise, Idaho
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The Egyptian Theatre

Boise Classic Movies is one of those true Boise gems. The organization screens classic and cult classic films at the historic Egyptian Theatre downtown- people dress up, cheer & boo, and its like going to a movie with people you had no idea were your best friends!

Location: 700 W Main Street in Boise, Idaho
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Hawks Memorial Stadium

Enjoy a baseball game at the Hawks Memorial Stadium! The Boise Hawks are an independent baseball team of the Pioneer League. (Seasonal)

Location: 5600 N Glenwood Street in Boise, Idaho
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Table Rock Hike

Enjoy a 3.7 mile hike up Table Rock featuring beautiful wildflowers or utilize another of the multitude of foothills trails from the same access point for hiking/biking! Hiking is best from March-November. Dogs must stay on a leash on Table Rock Trails. Parking available near the Old Idaho Penitentiary. Please do not hike on muddy trails.
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Park your car at Ann Morrison Park, take a 1-2 mile stroll along the Greenbelt and Boise River and enjoy some wine at Telaya Wine Company! Situated along the Boise River, this is the perfect spot to wind down and enjoy nature around you. Other wineries in this area include Coiled Wines, Split Rail, and Cinder Wines. A biking wine tour is popular among locals.
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Float Down the Boise River

Put in the Boise River at Barber Park and enjoy a several hour float to Ann Morrison Park. Raft and tube rental available, as well as a shuttle bus service that will bring you back to Barber Park from Ann Morrison Park.
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Quinn's Pond

Quinn's Pond is situated alongside the Boise River Greenbelt. Boat and board rentals are available through Idaho River Sports at Quinn's Pond. Enjoy an afternoon floating around the pond on your favorite water toy (paddleboard, canoe, etc.) or laying on the sandy beach!
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Bogus Basin

Whether you are looking to go skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing, or want to take on the Mountain Coaster, this is the spot for you! The mountain has activities for both winter and summer.
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Downtown Boise-Freak Alley

Explore a little part of the Boise art scene! Freak Alley is conveniently located 8th Street near Bannock, near many beloved shops and restaurants in downtown Boise.
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Boise Farmer's Market

Pick up local veggies, fruits and other treats (or just stop by for lunch) every Saturday from 9am-1pm at 1500 Shoreline Drive from April to October.
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Boise Art & History

Boise is teaming with museums, art galleries and historic sites. Use the interactive map to find archives, artifacts, and public art!
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Boise Whitewater Park

Surfing in Boise?! The city's free whitewater park allows surfers and kayakers' to catch some waves from March-October! Located off Whitewater Park Blvd on the Boise River behind Quinn's Pond. Go catch some waves or watch some surfer's hang ten!
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Garden City's Live-Work-Create District

Garden City's Live Work Create District host many breweries, wineries and local arts favorites. Enjoy an afternoon as you taste, create, and play!
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Hyde Park

Take a walk around Hyde Park, a super quaint and popular neighborhood business area with restaurants and adorable shops surrounded by rows of beautiful historic homes and tree lined streets!
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Rock Climbing at Lucky Peak Reservoir

Take up rock climbing at Lucky Peak Reservoir! Beloved by climbers for the Black Cliffs, these cliffs rise up to 60 feet above the river including a variety of sport and trad routes including Stems and Jammies (5.7+), Bolts-n-Burger (5.8+), & Dawn Patrol (5.8+).
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Fishing on the Boise River

Grab your fishing pole and take up some fishing on the Boise River! This 102 mile stretch runs through the heart of the city. Waterways include largemouth bass, chinook salmon, rainbow and brown trout, steelhead, and more! (fishing license required)
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The Boise River

Swimming holes, fishing, rafting, tubing, picnic or just stroll along the endless Greenbelt!
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Camel's Back Hike

Explore the beauty of Boise from the hilltops! Enjoy a nice run or walk through the hills of Camel's Back. Enjoy a hike straight up the camel's back from Camel's Back Park!
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The JUMP Park

Come explore the playful environment at Jack's Urban Meeting Place! Take an exciting plunge down the five story spiral slide and/or enjoy some time exploring the climber-kid paradise!
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The Ribbon of Jewels

Enjoy a stroll along the Boise River Greenbelt! Situated along the Boise River, the Greenbelt is one of Boise's most beloved parks. The tree lined pathway follows the river through the heart of the city and provides spectacular scenic views, wildlife habitat, and pedestrian access to many of the city's popular riverside parks. The "Ribbon of Jewels" is a series of parks located along the pathway. "The Boise River Greenbelt serves as the uniting ribbon that links these precious jewels-the properties given to the city in honor of some of Boise’s finest civic leaders." The parks are legacies of these remarkable women and their commitment to their community-Alta Harris Park, Ann Morrison Park, Bernardine Quinn Riverside Park, Dona Larsen Park, Esther Simplot Park & more!
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The Iconic Boise State Blue Turf

Take a peek at the Boise State blue turf during one of Boise State's home football games! (seasonal)

Boise Bicycle Tour

Book a Boise bicycle tour to experience Boise like a local! Come see and learn about all of the things that make Boise so unique. Choose from a variety of tours including (but not limited to) the Best of Boise tour, the Greenbelt tour, the Craft Beer Bike tour, and more!
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WalkAbout Boise

WalkAbout Boise is an hour and a half guided walking tour that will take you through 150 years of history and architecture! (Seasonal)
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