Boise, Idaho, is an urban oasis in wilderness of the West. With proximity to natural wonders, an impressive culinary scene, and a walkable downtown filled with unique cultural experiences, Boise is the perfect home base for Idaho adventures. Go to to start planning your trip today.


Downtown Boise,
Credit: Visit Boise

As the capital of Idaho, Boise boasts a beautiful state capitol building, designed in Classic Revival-style. Arrange for a group tour and see the gilded equestrian statue of George Washington as well as historic trees planted by former presidents.

Game On!

Watch the puck go flying with the Idaho Steelheads hockey team and get reduced ticket prices and meal deals. Groups can hang out at the pregame Ballpark Tailgate with the Boise Hawks baseball team. Or, see the Boise State University Broncos pass the pigskin.


Basque Dancers,
Credit: Visit Boise

In Boise’s historic district, check out the Basque Block, a community that preserves the traditions from Europe’s Bay of Biscay region. Groups can take a walking tour to see the Basque Museum and Cultural Center, get an authentic taste of culinary pleasures at Basque restaurants, and then shop at the Basque Market, filled with wines and food from Basque Country and Spain. At The Basque Center, you’ll hear stories of the immigrants who traveled to Idaho in the 1800s.


The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is the only Anne Frank memorial in the United States. It encourages dialog about human rights issues with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights displayed in its entirety.


Get back to nature in one of the geothermal hot springs in Idaho’s backcountry. The Springs of Idaho City features a large communal soaking pool, spacious hot tub, and even a toasty sauna. Or try Kirkham Hot Springs’ multiple pools and waterfalls.

Main Image: Downtown Boise; Credit: Visit Boise