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Do you want a romantic getaway for two, a unique activity for your family reunion or just want to take amazingly beautiful pictures of the Rocky Mountains during sunrise? If son, then fly with Colorado Hot Air Balloon Rides. You will never forget this experience of flying through the air. After you return to earth the staff will welcome you with a glass of champagne and a delicious breakfast.
Breckenridge Fine Art Galleries' artwork is based on French Impressionism from the 1870s up to the present. They provide masterpieces from Russian artists and other high quality paintings. The specialties from the fine art gallery are oil, watercolor and pastel paintings, as well as bronze sculptures. The exhibitions held in the gallery mainly feature local artists and their artwork.
The Breckenridge Distillery has won many international awards for their products. Come and visit them and see how the spirits are produced. Join an educational tour through the distillery and then have a tasting so you get a real feel for the products. If you want to know even more about how the whole process works, take one of the classes they offer, where you will learn from the professionals. You can also head to the on-site restaurant and bar which offers delectable dishes coupled with ingeniously crafted cocktails. Hours of operation for the distillery tours and restaurant vary.
Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, a non-profit organization, aims to help those with disabilities experience the wilderness through a series of inspiring and valuable outdoor programs. A climbing wall, rafts, and canoes, cabins and teepees, the center has many other resources for outdoor adventure. Varying seasonal activities like Alpine and Nordic skiing, whitewater rafting, and team and leadership development courses create lasting impressions on the youth. This is a great space where the youth can get in touch with themselves and nature.
Main Street is one of the main arteries of Breckenridge. Overflowing with restaurants, bars, shops and general lively atmosphere, no trip to Breckenridge would be complete without a stroll down Main Street. Whether you're looking for a laid back day not on the slopes or purchasing goods for your perfect ski vacation, it can all be found on Main Street.
Built in the late 1800s, Edwin Carter Discovery Center displays artifacts from the miner turned taxidermist. As a long-time environmentalist, the artifacts shown are his collection of specimens from the Rocky Mountain area. At the Carter Discovery Center, you can get an intimate look into the life of the pioneer dubbed the "log cabin naturalist."
At the Barney Ford Victorian Home, visitors can get an intimate look into the life of a runaway slave, Barney Ford. The museum is set in the same house that Barney built for his wife and kids in the late 1800s. The Barney Ford Lawn can even accommodate private events like wedding receptions and ceremonies with reservations in advance.
The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance is a non-profit organization that provides guided tours around historic scenery and sights in Breckenridge and the surrounding areas. Everybody is welcome to join in on a guided tour or a hiking trip. This is a beautiful opportunity for families to have the perfect combination of education, adventure, historical knowledge and the outdoors. Halloween is your favorite holiday? Then you must join the haunted house tour - you'll feel shivers running down your spine.
Continually rated as one of the best ski resorts in North America, Breckenridge Ski Resort spans the five peaks of the sprawling Tenmile Range,and is best known for catering to over a million visitors every year. Complete with alpine lodges, snowboarding lessons and lifts zipping over snow-laden tracts, the resort promises an awe-inspiring experience enhanced by the shadows cast by five mighty peaks. Cradled by the soaring hills is a dainty mountain-town called Breckenridge, which gleams with remote alleys lined with vibrant Victorian houses, restaurants and bars. Hosting a hodgepodge of versatile terrains, the resort's frigid peaks are glazed in a tapestry of trails accessible to beginners and experts alike. The crown jewel of Breckenridge, this massive ski resort is where the real magic of the Rocky Mountains unfolds in all its alpine glory.
Country Boy Mine offers guests a sneak peak into the life of 18th-century pioneers by taking them on a series of fun-filled tours. Start the day by going on the "Underground Mine Adventure" where you can travel 1000 feet into the mine and discover for yourself the history of Colorado mining. Next, try panning for gold in Eureka Creek. Wrap up your day by having dinner and going on a sleigh ride that will take you through the Ten Mile Mountain Range. Check website for price listings.
Snow Caps Sled Dogs is a family run business first opened in 1984. They call about 150 huskies part of the family, and every year is it possible to visit the little puppies in their kennel - you can even adopt a husky and take it home with you. During the winter season the dogs pull sleds and during the summer they provide scooter tours.