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AREA ATTRACTIONS NEAR THE GROVE HOTEL

THINGS TO DO IN DOWNTOWN BOISE

The Grove Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Boise Idaho’s state capital. Simply step outside our doors to explore more than 60 restaurants, sidewalk cafés, nightclubs, and boutiques juxtaposed with enough world-class museums and cultural sites to rival any big city.

BOISE CENTRE

Boise Centre is the epitome of convention centers that takes place in Boise; a substantial venue that is located adjacent to The Grove Hotel. Adding new renovations to their building, the convention center has implemented a profound amount of meeting rooms along with the expansion of their square footage. Restaurants, entertainment, outdoor activities, and hotels surround the extraordinary structure. 

Distance: on site

BOISE TRAIN DEPOT

Take a tour at the Boise Train Depot and explore the history of it all. The depot overlooks the amazing landscape of downtown Boise; a perfect spot to observe a sunset or sunrise as well. A place to learn more of what our Boise history has to present.

Distance: 1.2 miles

FREAK ALLEY

In the heart of downtown, walk through the famous Freak Alley to observe the tremendous work of art demonstrated. Freak Alley has been present since 2002 and is one of the many things to feel apart of in the heart of our city. A intriguing gallery of uniqueness that presents a fun, vibrant feel to the warming atmosphere of Boise. Blend in with the culture of our Northwest art gallery.

Distance: 0.6 miles

RIDGE TO RIVER TRAIL SYSTEM

Adventure out into the foothills of Boise and be apart of the scenary that contributes to the beauty of our city. Multiple trails in the terrain as activities can include running, mountain biking, or walking. The trail system is a great way to enjoy the nature we have to offer.

Distance: 0.8 miles

ALBERTSONS STADIUM

During the fall time, visit Boise to check out a Boise State football game! The Albertsons Stadium upholds a capacity of 38,000 screaming fans that cheer on for our Broncos. With the college-day game feel, includes our very own blue turf. Known as the "Smurf Turf", it is an unique turf field that draws in fans from all over the country.

Distance: 1.6 miles

IDAHO STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

The beautiful, monumental Idaho State Capitol building serves as a historic standpoint in the capitol city of Boise. Ancient rich history of Idaho is surrounded inside the building along with magnificant pieces of artwork that glorify and portray the past years of our state. Schedule a tour to explore the capitol building and learn about different variances of what Idaho history has offered to our state.

Distance: 0.5 miles

ZOO BOISE

Head to the tranquil center of Julia Davis Park for an up-close and personal look at over 200 animals from around the world. Zoo Boise is home to rare and endangered species not to be found in any other Idaho zoo, ranging from pandas to penguins, and features special exhibits such as “Butterflies in Bloom” and “Giraffe Encounters."

Distance: 0.5 miles

BASQUE BLOCK

The Treasure Valley is home to a deeply proud, close-knit Basque community of nearly 16,000 first- and second-generation immigrants. Known as “The Basque Block,” the area between 6th and Capitol Boulevard on Grove Street features lively museums, shops, restaurants, and events celebrating the heritage of this autonomous region of Spain.

Distance: 1 mile

BOISE ART MUSEUM

In addition to permanent collections and weekly community events, Boise Art Museum hosts 20 special exhibitions per year. “BAM” has hosted classical and contemporary collections from artists of various nationalities and specialties, continuously offering an educational visual experience for Boise citizens and visitors alike. For three days each September, the Museum hosts Art in the Park, an open-air festival at Julia Davis Park that showcases the works of more than 200 artists, along with live entertainment, interactive games for children and fabulous food.

Distance: 0.3 miles

THE BOISE GREENBELT

Expanding over 25 miles, this scenic pedestrian and bicycle path winds its way along the Boise River and the many coffee shops and outdoor cafés of Boise, Garden City, and Eagle. In addition to the wildlife and endless greenery, it also offers easy access to historical monuments such as the Black History Museum, the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, Julia Davis Park/Zoo Boise, Lucky Peak, the Western Idaho Fairgrounds, and the Boise State University campus.

Distance: 0.3 miles

IDAHO STATE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

Immerse yourself in the legends and lore of Idaho, from the prehistoric era through the fur- trading days, the gold rush, and pioneer settlements. Established in 1907, Idaho's largest and most popular museum offers a fascinating look at Idaho’s history and people.

Distance: 0.3 miles

DISCOVERY CENTER

Ever wonder how hot air balloons fly or what makes a musical instrument sound the way it does? Let your imagination run wild at this interactive science center, where the exhibits and activities are so fascinating your kids will never know they’re actually learning something.

Distance: 0.5 miles

THE NORTH END

Known for its historic architecture, beautifully restored homes, wonderful antique shops, and inimitable restaurants, The North End is teeming with local charm and character. It also happens to be the natural hub for Boise’s die-hard cycling, hiking, and mountain-biking enthusiasts.

Distance: 1 mile

OLD IDAHO PENITENTIARY & IDAHO BOTANICAL GARDEN

Located on what was once the Idaho State Penitentiary’s nursery, the Botanical Garden takes you from felons to flowers with the beautiful Heirloom Rose Garden, flavorful Herb Garden and Children’s Adventure Garden, to name just a few. This is also the site of Boise’s best concerts, festival and outdoor events. At the penitentiary museum, visitors can sit in old prison cells, find out what solitary confinement feels like and get a behind-the-scenes look at daily life in the Idaho pokey.

Distance: 3.2 miles

FLOATING ON THE BOISE RIVER

If you haven’t taken the lazy five-mile float down the Boise River, you can’t claim to have experienced Boise. Whether you choose a tube, raft, or stand-up paddle board to float the course, there’s no better way to spend three hours on a beautiful Pacific Northwest day.

Distance: 6 miles

BOISE CENTRE

Boise Centre is the epitome of convention centers that takes place in Boise; a substantial venue that is located adjacent to The Grove Hotel. Adding new renovations to their building, the convention center has implemented a profound amount of meeting rooms along with the expansion of their square footage. Restaurants, entertainment, outdoor activities, and hotels surround the extraordinary structure. 

BOISE TRAIN DEPOT

Take a tour at the Boise Train Depot and explore the history of it all. The depot overlooks the amazing landscape of downtown Boise; a perfect spot to observe a sunset or sunrise as well. A place to learn more of what our Boise history has to present.

FREAK ALLEY

In the heart of downtown, walk through the famous Freak Alley to observe the tremendous work of art demonstrated. Freak Alley has been present since 2002 and is one of the many things to feel apart of in the heart of our city. A intriguing gallery of uniqueness that presents a fun, vibrant feel to the warming atmosphere of Boise. Blend in with the culture of our Northwest art gallery.

RIDGE TO RIVER TRAIL SYSTEM

Adventure out into the foothills of Boise and be apart of the scenary that contributes to the beauty of our city. Multiple trails in the terrain as activities can include running, mountain biking, or walking. The trail system is a great way to enjoy the nature we have to offer.

ALBERTSONS STADIUM

During the fall time, visit Boise to check out a Boise State football game! The Albertsons Stadium upholds a capacity of 38,000 screaming fans that cheer on for our Broncos. With the college-day game feel, includes our very own blue turf. Known as the "Smurf Turf", it is an unique turf field that draws in fans from all over the country.

IDAHO STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

The beautiful, monumental Idaho State Capitol building serves as a historic standpoint in the capitol city of Boise. Ancient rich history of Idaho is surrounded inside the building along with magnificant pieces of artwork that glorify and portray the past years of our state. Schedule a tour to explore the capitol building and learn about different variances of what Idaho history has offered to our state.

ZOO BOISE

Head to the tranquil center of Julia Davis Park for an up-close and personal look at over 200 animals from around the world. Zoo Boise is home to rare and endangered species not to be found in any other Idaho zoo, ranging from pandas to penguins, and features special exhibits such as “Butterflies in Bloom” and “Giraffe Encounters."

BASQUE BLOCK

The Treasure Valley is home to a deeply proud, close-knit Basque community of nearly 16,000 first- and second-generation immigrants. Known as “The Basque Block,” the area between 6th and Capitol Boulevard on Grove Street features lively museums, shops, restaurants, and events celebrating the heritage of this autonomous region of Spain.

BOISE ART MUSEUM

In addition to permanent collections and weekly community events, Boise Art Museum hosts 20 special exhibitions per year. “BAM” has hosted classical and contemporary collections from artists of various nationalities and specialties, continuously offering an educational visual experience for Boise citizens and visitors alike. For three days each September, the Museum hosts Art in the Park, an open-air festival at Julia Davis Park that showcases the works of more than 200 artists, along with live entertainment, interactive games for children and fabulous food.

THE BOISE GREENBELT

Expanding over 25 miles, this scenic pedestrian and bicycle path winds its way along the Boise River and the many coffee shops and outdoor cafés of Boise, Garden City, and Eagle. In addition to the wildlife and endless greenery, it also offers easy access to historical monuments such as the Black History Museum, the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, Julia Davis Park/Zoo Boise, Lucky Peak, the Western Idaho Fairgrounds, and the Boise State University campus.

IDAHO STATE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

Immerse yourself in the legends and lore of Idaho, from the prehistoric era through the fur- trading days, the gold rush, and pioneer settlements. Established in 1907, Idaho's largest and most popular museum offers a fascinating look at Idaho’s history and people.

DISCOVERY CENTER

Ever wonder how hot air balloons fly or what makes a musical instrument sound the way it does? Let your imagination run wild at this interactive science center, where the exhibits and activities are so fascinating your kids will never know they’re actually learning something.

THE NORTH END

Known for its historic architecture, beautifully restored homes, wonderful antique shops, and inimitable restaurants, The North End is teeming with local charm and character. It also happens to be the natural hub for Boise’s die-hard cycling, hiking, and mountain-biking enthusiasts.

OLD IDAHO PENITENTIARY & IDAHO BOTANICAL GARDEN

Located on what was once the Idaho State Penitentiary’s nursery, the Botanical Garden takes you from felons to flowers with the beautiful Heirloom Rose Garden, flavorful Herb Garden and Children’s Adventure Garden, to name just a few. This is also the site of Boise’s best concerts, festival and outdoor events. At the penitentiary museum, visitors can sit in old prison cells, find out what solitary confinement feels like and get a behind-the-scenes look at daily life in the Idaho pokey.

FLOATING ON THE BOISE RIVER

If you haven’t taken the lazy five-mile float down the Boise River, you can’t claim to have experienced Boise. Whether you choose a tube, raft, or stand-up paddle board to float the course, there’s no better way to spend three hours on a beautiful Pacific Northwest day.

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