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Fun, Unique, Small Group Tours- Tops on Trip Advisor !

One of our favorite customer comments: I can’t believe that was 2 hours, felt like 2 minutes!
Another recent customer comment: Just the right amount of just the right things!

See Boulder’s best places the best way ~ by foot!  The heart of Boulder simply isn’t otherwise accessible – the trend-setting, historic Pearl Street Mall, beautiful Hotel Boulderado and legendary Dushanbe Tea House are all pedestrian only!

Our guides are long-time locals who love Boulder, Colorado — its history, environment, architecture, food, fountains, artwork, lore, legends, and weird and wonderful places … and we’re ready to share it all with you!

  • Small groups guaranteed to ensure quality experience
  • Capacity between 8-12 persons depending on tour
  • Since our groups are small, reservations are required !

Family or friends in town? Wedding? Conference? Workshop?


  • Downtown Boulder, Pearl Street and Beyond: Described as a “…. gem not to be missed!” Our experienced local guides weave together stories of history, planning, people and environment to offer a foundation for your time in vibrant downtown Boulder ~ all in just under 2 hours.  Tour capacity 12, reservations required.  For details, see tour page.
  • Chautauqua: Living History A National Historic Landmark, Boulder’s is the only continuously operating Chautauqua west of the Mississippi. The tour explores the Chautauqua movement of the late 19th century while strolling through the lovely grounds of Boulder’s Chautauqua at the base of the stunning Flatirons. Engaging historic photographs and stories ensure an enjoyable morning. Tour capacity 8, reservations required.  For details, see tour page.

Season and Schedule:

During the off-season ( Dec thru March) we do not have scheduled tours. We have a four person minimum for a private tour, weather permitting.

During summer, our tours are as follows:

  • Downtown “Best of Boulder”:  Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 10:00 am
  • Chautauqua’s “Living History:  Sundays, 10:00 am