Convention & Visitors Bureau
2440 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302 | 303.442.2911
Come on in! We love visitors at the Boulder Visitor Center and at our visitor kiosks, too. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are on hand with tourist information, advice, maps, brochures and personalized recommendations to make the most of your time in Boulder.
Boulder Convention & Visitors Bureau
2440 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
The visitor center is only open by appointment due to COVID-19. Please call 303-442-2911 for assistance.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm
If you are visiting on a weekend, stop by the Pearl Street Visitor Information Center.
303-442-2911 or 800-444-0447
On Weekends: Visit the Pearl Street Visitor Information Center, listed below.
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Pearl Street Visitor Information Center
1301 Pearl St.
Open year round, weather permitting; hours vary seasonally.
In summer 2017, the center is open daily, 10am-8pm.
This convenient little booth is located on Pearl Street in front of the courthouse between 13th and 14th Streets.
Gateway Park Visitor Information Center
4800 28th St.
Open daily, 10am-7pm
Inside the arcade at this charming, family-friendly, indoor/outdoor fun center is a desk with visitor information and staff who can help you.
Davidson Mesa Overlook
Located just off U.S. Highway 36 as you come into town from Denver. The views are amazing, and you'll find interpretive signage and free observation viewfinders to take it all in. Plus a self-serve kiosk is stocked with brochures year-round. There is also a bike repair station with basic tools for those riding the bike path into Boulder. Open 24/7.
Downtown Self-Serve Kiosk
14th and Pearl Street
A self-service, brochure-only kiosk. Open 24/7.
You might spot Delilah, our little, orange 1979 VW bus, parked at the Chautauqua Trailhead or other spots around town. If you see her, staff will be on hand to answer questions about lodging, dining, shopping, trails, attractions and more. Open midday during the summer.
If your group is hosting a meeting in Boulder and is interested in reserving Delilah as your own private visitor information center, you can find more information here.
On the map below, the main visitor center at 2440 Pearl Street is indicated with an orange icon. All other kiosks (detailed above) are in blue.