Have a craving for something different? Kathmandu Restaurant serves authentic Nepalese and Indian dishes in a quaint and cozy setting. Loved by the locals, Kathmandu has a second restaurant in nearby Boulder.
The nonprofit Carousel of Happiness is a magical menagerie featuring 56 whimsical, hand-carved animals on a restored 1910 Looff carousel, turning to the music of a 1913 Wurlitzer band organ. Come experience this unique, participatory piece of folk art and become a part of its living history.
Boulder County’s only non-profit nature center, located right next door to the Carousel, providing year round educational programs to people of all ages. Informative and interactive. Room rentals available.
Get a glimpse into the world of hard rock mining during the late 19th and early 20th centuries at the Mining Museum. The historic Gillaspie House, built in 1907, displays clothing, accessories, and furnishings found in typical early Nederland homes. Both are open 10am – 4pm, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Museum is located at Bridge St on the Traffic Circle. The Gillaspie House is a block up Bridge.
The perfect learning environment for naturalists of all ages, Mud Lake is a unique wildlife habitat in western Boulder County. Come share with your family the mystery and beauty of this high-altitude reflecting pool. Mud Lake is a great place to hike or snow shoe. The trail is easy for all ages and abilities.
The ice rink is open December through February and is one of Colorado's larges outdoor rinks! Skate rentals are available and guests can enjoy playing hockey, curling or recreational skating. Tennis courts are open in the summer.
Member owned and operated since 1979. Serving the mountain community with over 25 years of dedication to health and well being! Mountain People's CO-OP strives to provide high quality, environmentally sound products to the community.