Colorado Travel Planning Guides : Bouler County Guide : Longmont Downtown

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The Bead Lounge
320 Main Street
Be Inspired! Take a class! Have a party! We have the best selection of beads, the most knowledgeable staff and we love to help you make your project a success. We offer classes, artist-made gifts an art and hosted parties.

Cayenne Kitchen
372 Main St.
Cayenne Kitchen carries a wide variety of cookware, bakeware, stoneware, bar and entertainment products, utensils and gourmet foods. Other services incoude gift registry and product demonstrations.

Crackpots Pottery Studio and More
501 Main Street
Be an artist for the day at Crackpots. Whether you try pottery painting glass fusing, silver clay or mosiacs, escape your everyday routine. Enjoy quality creative time in our funky friendly studio. No experience necessary. Walk-ins welcome. group rates and private party rooms available. Open 7 days a week.

The Dickens Tavern
300 Main Street
The Dickens Tavern is known for its unique twist on classic comfort food. Located in the ground floor of the historical Longmont Opera House, The Dickens Tavern is the perfect place for your large party, special event or romantic dinner for two. Mon-Sat 11am-11pm, Sun 10-3

Encore Home Styles
439 Main Street
If you are looking for a unique shopping experience, a visit to Encore is a must. We offer a great selection of gifts for every occasion and an electic assortment of home decor and furniture to fir your lifestyle.

The Great Frame Up
430 Main Street
Located in historic downtown Longmont The Great Frame Up features local artists, great unique gift items, and monthly events.

Longmont Visitors Guide

Downtown Longmont
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Downtown LongmontWith unique shops selling everything from beads to imported cheeses, nearly 30 restaurants and 10 art galleries, downtown Longmont is a welcoming blend of history and modern urban living. In the 19th century, Longmont was the brainchild of original thinkers. Today it continues to offer traditional community appeal, seasoned with a fresh outlook on life.

Even in its early years, Longmont welcomed waves of innovators, from farmers and ranchers to technology pioneers. Agricultural processing industries dominated the city at the turn of the 20th century, while technology paved the way to rapid growth during the last few decades. With easy access to the Denver metro corridor and Denver International Airport, as well as the glorious natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains, Longmont truly offers the best of all worlds.

Downtown LongmontLongmont was founded as "the Chicago-Colorado Colony," because the pioneering families came from Chicago. These founding citizens gave downtown Longmont the classic flavor that shines through today. The downtown Longmont district is laid out on a clear and elegant grid that provides easy walking and graceful tree-lined streets.

Situated in the shadow of the spectacular Rocky Mountains, downtown Longmont is conveniently near world-class resources such as Denver International Airport and the University of Colorado. It is an area rich in heritage with dozens of buildings dating back to the early 1900s. These eclectic buildings now house over 300 businesses and organizations. Thousands of Longmont residents and visitors come downtown throughout the year for art events and festivals, as well as a night out at a favorite restaurant or theater.

Downtown LongmontDowntown is also family-friendly, culturally diverse, vibrant and dynamic, hosting regular events such as ArtLink, Festival on Main, Oktoberfest, Longmont Lights and several parades each year. A solid infrastructure of city services is in place, as is a motivated and well-educated workforce. The Longmont Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) guides the growth of downtown to enhance its attraction to both visitors and locals. The LDDA works with developers, property owners and businesses to implement projects, coordinate public improvements, propose government actions and reports related to downtown revitalization. For more information, visit

Map of Downtown Longmont
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Map of Downtown Longmont

The Historic Thompson House Inn and Tea Room
537 Terry St
Locaed near downtown in the historic west side neighborhood, the Thompson House Inn offers five unique sleeping quarters, a charming boutique, and authentic afternoon tea Thurs-Sat 11:30am-5:30pm. Call for reservations.

Stonebridge Games
449 Main St
We are northern Colorado's premiere game store located in downtown Longmont. Stonebridge games carries a wide variety of games including board games, family games, collectible card games, miniatures and more.

Sun Rose Cafe
379 Main St
In historic downtown, featuring an all natural assortment of sandwiches, homemade soups and snacks. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner with wine, beer and specialty drinks available., Gluten free menu available. Dine-in or carry out.

Used Book Emporium
346 Main St
Over 50,000 books to choose from including fiction, non-fiction, paperback, hardbound, audio, children's as well as cards and gift items. Everyone is sure to find something of interest. Trade welcome. Since 1996. Mon-Sat 10am - 6pm.

Ziggi's Coffee
400 N. Main St
Ziggi's Coffee House offers a coffee experience like no other. we offer a wide variety of specialty coffees, free wireless internet and a relaxing and inviting atmosphere. Ziggi's is the place to go. M-F 6am-9pm, Sat. 7am-9pm, Sun 7am-7pm


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