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Moved to Boise, here are the Top 10 Things to do

So you closed your loan and have moved to Boise, now what….well here is a top 10 list of items to do after you have moved to Boise.

  1. Explore the Boise River Greenbelt

The Boise River Greenbelt is a 25-mile paved trail that winds through the heart of the city along the Boise River. The trail is perfect for walking, running, or biking and offers beautiful views of the river and the surrounding landscape. Best of all, it's free!

Cost: Free

  1. Visit the Idaho State Capitol Building

The Idaho State Capitol Building is a beautiful neoclassical building that houses the state's government. Visitors can take a free tour of the building and learn about Idaho's history and government.

Cost: Free

  1. Tour the Old Idaho Penitentiary

The Old Idaho Penitentiary was in operation from 1872 to 1973 and housed some of the West's most notorious criminals. Visitors can take a guided tour of the prison and learn about the daily life of inmates and the history of the prison.

Cost: $6 for adults, $3 for children

  1. Visit the World Center for Birds of Prey

The World Center for Birds of Prey is a research facility and visitor center dedicated to the conservation of birds of prey. Visitors can take a tour of the center and learn about the different species of birds of prey and the efforts being made to protect them.

Cost: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students, $5 for children

  1. Explore the Boise Art Museum

The Boise Art Museum features a collection of over 3,500 works of art, including contemporary art, American realism, and regional art. Visitors can explore the museum's exhibits and take part in workshops and events.

Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and students, free for children under 12

  1. Visit the Basque Museum and Cultural Center

Boise has a rich Basque heritage, and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center is dedicated to preserving and celebrating that heritage. Visitors can explore exhibits on Basque history and culture and learn about the Basque community in Boise.

Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for seniors and students, free for children under 12

  1. Check out the Freak Alley Gallery

The Freak Alley Gallery is an outdoor gallery in downtown Boise that features colorful murals and street art. Visitors can stroll through the alley and admire the art or take a guided tour to learn more about the artists and their work.

Cost: Free

  1. Go skiing or snowboarding at Bogus Basin

Bogus Basin is a ski resort located just 16 miles from Boise. The resort offers skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in the winter and hiking and mountain biking in the summer.

Cost: $59 for a full-day lift ticket

  1. Visit the Boise Farmers Market

The Boise Farmers Market is held every Saturday from April through December and features over 100 local vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods, and handmade crafts. Visitors can sample local foods, listen to live music, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the market.

Cost: Free

  1. Take a hot air balloon ride

Boise's picturesque landscape is perfect for a hot air balloon ride. Visitors can take a guided tour and enjoy stunning views of the city and the surrounding countryside.

Cost: $175 per person

After moving to Boise, it is time to get out and explore, I hope you find this information helpful and Welcome to Idaho!

Posted by 375loan at 4/6/2023 2:47:00 AM


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