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Start the day with a morning stroll around McIntosh Lake. This location was voted one of the best open spaces in Longmont to get outside. This location is really great to catch a sunrise. The loop is a 3.5 mile walk with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains.
After some fresh air, head to Downtown Longmont to grab some breakfast at Cheese Importers, a french-inspired bistro and retail shop that is a must-do on your trip to Longmont.
Create a masterpiece at Crackpots. Crackpots offers pottery painting, glass fusing, and mosaics for walk-in customers of all ages and a variety of other mediums (including clay and silver clay) in classes. Crackpots is open 7 days a week and has a spacious, upscale, and clean studio designed to allow anyone to be an artist for the day.
Stop for lunch at Jefes Tacos and Tequila. Voted one of the best restaurants in Longmont by our social media following, Jefes is a great places to grab some street tacos, chips and queso and house-made margaritas.
After lunch, spend the day hopping on and off the Brewhop Trolley. Visiting many Longmont drinkeries, the trolley is a great experience to sample all the craft beverages that our town has to offer, while being chauffeured around town! Stop off at Wibby Brewing, a lager-exclusive brewery and Dry Land Distillers, a fantastic micro-distillery. Both locations were selected as must-dos for drinkeries in Longmont.
End your day at West Side Tavern, located in a historic building in Old Town Longmont. With seasonal menus, an impressive array of crafted cocktails, uncommon beers, whiskeys, and fine wines, West Side Tavern serves up world-class culinary delights.
Turn in for the night at any one of our wonderful Longmont hotels! You can access a list here.
Start your morning with a quick coffee and pastry at any one of our local coffee shops in town! Check out a list here. After your morning fuel, head out for hiking, rated a top activity in Longmont by our social followers. You can check out a list of hiking locations here, with trail recommendations and GPS coordinates.
After your morning adventure, head into Downtown Longmont for a stop at Longs Peak Pub, rated as a great stop for lunch in Longmont. A neighborhood pub that offers handcrafted meals paired with local beers, margaritas and more. *Cash Only
Head over to the Longmont Museum for an afternoon of art and culture. Ranked as a popular attraction in Longmont, check out their Longmont history exhibit as well as seasonal exhibits that feature a wide-range of topics, art and more.
After spending the day immersed in culture, head to Pella Crossing, ranked as a popular outdoor place for an evening stroll with stunning views. Enjoy the peaceful waters of Pella Crossing where you can escape the urban pace.
Rounding out your visit to Longmont, dinner at The Roost is a must-do. Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, The Roost is an American-style eatery that locally sources and carefully crafts their food and drink in the heart of Downtown.
After dinner, for your final evening in town, pick out one of our many unique vacation rentals to spend the night!