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Midtown Arts Center Dinner Theatre - Get your toes tappin’ with grand settings, eye-popping choreography and a knock-out of scores! Several of your favorite award-winning shows performed each season. Dinner and a show!

Gateway Park Fun Center - Nestled at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains on the main road to Estes Park, Gateway Park fun Center offers fun for all ages! Go-Karts, golf range, miniature golf, batting cages, kiddie train, arcade, and more.

Chautauqua Park Historic District - Offers a playground, hiking trails, breathtaking views, delicious meals at the historic Dining Hall, and entertainment, including lectures and performances at the Community House. Chautauqua is also home to the Chautauqua Summer Festival and the esteemed Colorado Music Festival.

Centennial Village Museum - 30 architectural structures range from homesteader's huts to elegant Victorian homes. Lush gardens and walkways take you through High Plains history. Festivals, special events and children's programs.

Leanin' Tree Museum of Western Art - Boasting the largest, privately held collection of western art in the country, Leanin' Tree offers a wide selection of fine art including cowboy, Native American and wildlife subjects, desert and mountain landscapes, and bronze sculptures.

Longmont Museum & Cultural Center - This striking facility features four exhibit galleries, three classrooms for special events and programs, and an outdoor courtyard, all in a beautiful building with public art, great views, and lots more to explore.

Estes Park Museum - A recognized leader in the collection, management and interpretation of local history while providing exemplary exhibits and programs on history, the arts and sciences. The Museum presents about three temporary exhibits per year in addition to its permanent exhibit, Tracks in Time, which details the Estes Park area's history.

Mile High Gliding - The glider's wings seem to sprout from your shoulders, and you feel yourself flying like a bird. You may even be lucky enough to find yourself exploring the air currents with a red-tail hawk or a bald eagle! On many days, nature provides the atmospheric engine for longer, higher, further adventure.

Estes Park - Nestled 7,500 feet above sea level in the shadow of Rocky Mountain national Park. Cradled by fifty-four 12,000-foot peaks, the village is the doorway to hundreds of thousands of acres of wilderness, boasting 355 miles of recreational and back country trails and teaming with wildlife.

The Dairy Center for the Arts - A 40,000 square foot performing and visual arts center. The Dairy is a unique community treasure, now home to fifteen of Boulder's finest arts organizations, making it the city's largest multidisciplinary art center. Performances include dance, music, theatre, literary, visual and media arts.

Lyons Classic Pinball - Come play one of 37 classic pinball games! Classic Pinball games dating from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, as well as classic Video games from the 1980s.

Boulder History Museum - Housed in the Victorian Harbeck-Bergheim mansion. Seven exhibit rooms explore the history of the Boulder region in all its colorful splendor.

Fiske Planetarium & Science Center - Located on the beautiful campus of the University of Colorado, Boulder, science comes to life for the more than 25,000 visitors each year. They discover the intriguing world of astronomy and space science at the largest Planetarium between Chicago and Los Angeles.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art - Offers visitors exhibitions of contemporary art and performance. BMoCA presents contemporary art by local, regional, national and international artists in 10,000 square feet of renovated exhibition and performance spaces. BMoCA is open to the public year-round, with an annual attendance of over 50,000.

Chapungu Gallery & Sculpture Park - Pioneering the promotion of Zimbabwe Stone Sculpture (Shona Sculpture) and building up the most important permanent collection of this work in existence.

The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse - The Teahouse is a gift from Boulder's sister city, Dushanbe, Tajikistan and is the only one of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. Handcrafted by over 40 Tajik artisans, the Teahouse is a feast for the eyes with its vibrant colors, patterns and furnishings. The Teahouse features an eclectic, international menu and teas from all over the world.

Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides - With Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides, a number of enjoyable outdoor activities are at your fingertips! Self-guided tours, shuttles, charter, and limousine services all give you the opportunity to appreciate the great wilderness areas of Colorado while engaging in a wide variety of activities.

Mile-Hi Skydiving Center - Provides the very best in aircraft, skydiving equipment, instructors and customer service. Come see why they are the best.

Celestial Seasonings Tea Company - Visitor can enjoy a free 45 minute tour which includes an introductory video covering the Celestial Seasonings story, an Art Gallery and view original paintings from their tea boxes, stroll through the Celestial Herb Garden, view the production line or experience the Mint Room, and encounter the mind-clearing power of peppermint and spearmint.

Andrews Arboretum - Provides a peaceful haven of green in the heart of the city. Thoughtfully crafted combinations of plants surround the visitor: native evergreens, cultivated shrubs, groundcovers, exotic trees and more.

Georgetown Loop Railroad - Ride the historic Georgetown Loop Railroad in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. The railroad is located just 50 minutes west of Denver, operating daily Memorial Day weekend through October 7. The round-trip train ride takes one hour and ten minutes, with an option to tour the Lebanon Silver Mine.