Things To Do in Boise [2023]

The Boise River Greenbelt stretches 25 miles along both sides of the Boise River and offers runners, joggers, walkers and cyclists a chance to stretch their legs.

Boise River Greenbelt

Julia Davis Park

As the oldest park in Boise, Julia Davis Park within its boundaries are Zoo Boise, Boise Art Museum, Idaho State Historical Museum.

Located on less than an acre of land, according to the City of Boise, the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is a park.

Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial

Idaho Botanical Garden

The Idaho Botanical Garden spans 33 acres of what used to be the grounds of the old Idaho Peninsula, but is now home to succulents, roses, and native Idaho plants.

Kathryn Albertson Park

The 41-acre Kathryn Albertson Park features wide sidewalks and gazebos, ideal for spotting the main attraction here: wildlife.

Downtown Boise

Downtown Boise is located north of the Boise River and welcomes visitors with its local restaurants, shops, craft breweries and coffeehouses.

Established in 1985, this museum celebrates Basque culture around the world. Exhibits tell the story of Basque history in northern Spain.

Basque Museum & Cultural Center

The Boise Foothills, the ever-present and gorgeous backdrop for downtown, provide much more than a scenic photo opportunity.

Ridge to Rivers

As a year-round, non-profit mountain destination, Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area opens in winter.

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area

One of only four regional prisons open to tours, A Old Idaho Penitentiary offers a look at life behind bars.

Old Idaho Penitentiary

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