25 Things to Do in Longmont, Colorado!
1. Visit the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center to learn about Longmont’s roots in a hands-on, kid-friendly environment.
2. Take in a brewery tour at Left Hand Brewery – home of nationally award winning beers brewed right on the banks of the mighty St. Vrain.
3. Get in touch with your earthy side at a Longmont farm.
4. Bike or walk the St. Vrain Greenway – 16 miles round trip.
5. Hook the big one! Take the kids fishing at Izaak Walton park.
6. Visit Sandstone Ranch and get a feel of what life was like in by-gone Longmont.
7. Rock out at Rhythm on the River!
8. Watch a local artist create an original piece where they work – in studio – during the Longmont Studio Tour.
9. Visit one of Longmont’s great local art galleries.
10. Have an authentic farm-to-table experience – grown here, prepared here, enjoyed here -- at an “Only Longmont” restaurant.
11. Picnic at Longmont’s annual 4th of July celebration and enjoy patriotic music performed by the Longmont Symphony.
12. See the Front Range – from Pike’s Peak all the way north to Wyoming – from the Eagle Wind trail at Rabbit Mountain.
13. Have a historic scavenger hunt downtown – can you find all the historic markers along Main Street? Stop at the St. Vrain Historic Society for help.
14. You want authentic? We got it! Have lunch at one of Longmont’s ethnic food restaurants. Mexican, Indian, Thai, Chinese, American – we have it all.
15. Have a round of golf at one of Longmont’s courses – all with great views of Longs Peak and the Front Range.
16. Paint your own pottery and create your very own work of art at Crackpots studio.
17. Catch some live music at one of Longmont’s best venues – or in downtown itself during the Summer Concert Series.
18. Run a 10K! The Sunrise Stampede can be your next fitness challenge.
19. Discover ArtWalk!
20. Ice skate at Longmont’s Roosevelt Park Pavilion (winter only).
21. Find the faces in great places! See if you can spot all of Art in Public Places Faces by Jerry Boyle.
22. Wander Old Town’s old-growth, tree-lined streets and stop in at Thompson Park.
23. Stop into Oskar Blues or the Tasty Weasel for a sample of some of the country’s most acclaimed beers.
24. Go to Longmont’s Farmers Market – where fresh food, eclectic goodies, hot and cold drinks, live music, and more await to delight the senses.