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Situated in the heart of an energetic city is beautiful, historic Downtown Boulder. At the heart of Downtown Boulder is the Pearl Street Mall, a wonderfully charismatic four-block-long pedestrian mall that celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2007...more
All reviews street performers people watching shops and restaurants unique shops great shopping shopping area boulder bookstore great place to stroll window shopping art galleries several blocks pearl st spend an afternoon few blocks walk around lots of fun few hours
Had a couple of hours to spare on a recent business trip to Bolder. Pearl Street was suggested as a place to visit, so on a warm Autumn day, what the heck.
Most touristy places have a similar setup of eating places and shops with...More
It’s always entertaining to go to the street. They have some great boutiques, fun restaurants and the entertainment is usually worth the while. Where else can you go to watch people on skateboards playing guitars, skateboarding and texting, people doing the hula hoop, and then...More
The weather was very nice when my wife visited Boulder and we were staying close by. We did not get a chance to visit all the shops as we only stayed in Boulder for one day and we also went to a park for a...More
There are always street performers on this Mall with no cars. Peruse all of the wonderful retail stores up and down the Mall, or try a variety of restaurants from all nationalities. A perfect place to spend a large part of your day.
Loved the Pearl Street Mall. We were staying a block away, and strolled over a few times to take in the festival they had going on, go in and out of shops, and to have dinner on our 2 nights there. I've seen a numbers...More
We stopped here on a Sunday afternoon - there was quite a crowd enjoying all of the action. Parking can be a problem, but we found a spot only two or three blocks away so not too bad. Besides eating/drinking or even shopping (books, art,...More