Best Places to Stay in Boise [2023]

Built of hand-cut sandstone in 1870, the Old Idaho Penitentiary regains its status as a museum and state historic site.

Old Idaho Penitentiary State Historic Site

 State Capitol

The Idaho State Capitol is located on beautiful grounds near downtown. It has over 100 years of history in Boise and is a state government center for taking photographs.

The Boise Greenbelt along the Boise River runs through the city center and connects 850 acres of natural areas and parks.

Boise River Greenbelt

 Julia Davis Park

Julia Davis Park is accessed via the Boise River Greenbelt. On the grounds, visitors will find Zoo Boise, the Boise Art Museum and the Idaho Historical Museum.

Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial

The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is in the Boise Cultural District, behind the Boise Public Library.

 Camel's Back Park

Camel's Back Park is at the north end of the city and at the edge of the Boise foothills. It is a popular open space with a variety of things to do.

The World Center for Birds of Prey promotes the release of birds of prey into the wild. Hawks, condors, eagles and various other birds call the center their home.

World Center for Birds of Prey

Katherine Albertson Park is a 41-acre special-use park located southwest of Downtown Boise. Much of the park is a wetland habitat.

 Kathryn Albertson Park

The Idaho Botanical Garden is located on what was once the #2 Yard of the Idaho State Penitentiary. Since prison closure and interest in gardening.

Idaho Botanical Garden

Hands-on exhibits at the Discovery Center of Idaho help visitors learn about science and scientific wonders.

Discovery Center of Idaho

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