Visitor Center

The Longmont Visitors Center will be open M-F from 10 AM - 4 PM.  

The  Visitors Center maintains a fully stocked outdoor brochure rack so people can access area information they may need after hours. Most travel resources, ideas, itineraries, updates and more can be accessed here on

There is also online access of brochures here:
Longmont Visitors Guide
Colorado Vacation Guide
Bike/Art in Public Places Map
Longmont Map
Dining Guide
Craft Beverages Guide
Historic Sites Guide
Day Tripper Guide
Wedding Brochure
Colorado Bike Readiness Brochure

The Longmont Visitor Center is your first stop when visiting Longmont, Colorado! 

We’re eager to share information about Longmont's signature attractions, cultural events, culinary enticements, recreational opportunities, and much, much more.

The Visitor Center is located in downtown Longmont at 512 4th Ave, Ste. 103, between Main and Kimbark Streets. We have Longmont and Front Range information including area maps, guides, attraction information, dining brochures, LOCO stickers, pens and more! Longmont and Colorado souvenirs are also available for purchase such as hats, shirts, glassware, mugs and postcards.

It is a great first stop while visiting Longmont. Come pin where you are visiting from on our world map!

We’re here to assist and we'd love to hear from you. We look forward to answering any questions you may have about Longmont!

Visit Us:

512 4th Ave, #103
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Phone: (303) 776-9011

***Even when the Visitor Center is closed, we have a brochure rack outside of the door with area maps, guides, attraction information, dining brochures and more available!***

About Visit Longmont:

Visit Longmont partners with the City of Longmont to provide you with the very best information about the wealth of activities in and around the city.  

Visit Longmont is managed by a Board of Directors representing a cross-section of our community, including at least one representative from a nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is the promotion of arts and culture, four representatives appointed by the Longmont City Council, a representative from the Longmont Downtown Development Authority, a small business owner, representative(s) of the lodging sector, two representatives from the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce, a member of City Council and a representative from the City Manager's Office.

The only thing we like to say more than “Welcome to Longmont,” is “Welcome back!” We hope you’ll visit Longmont, Colorado soon!