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What to do in Breckenridge, Colorado

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Breckenridge Film Festival

September 19 - 

September 22

 

Join us for the Breckenridge Film Festival, where high-quality films, engaging discussions, and an electric atmosphere combine to celebrate the magic of cinema right in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.

The Breck Film Festival (BFF) is a renowned film festival located in the heart of Colorado’s beautiful Rocky Mountain range. BFF offers screenings of documentaries, premieres, and family-friendly films. With star-studded casts, lively discussions and exclusive Q&A’s with visiting filmmakers, amidst a stunning backdrop, BFF has become a destination for film enthusiasts to connect and learn about the dynamic world of cinema.

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Bingo at Coa Cantina

September 19th

Come on down for bingo at Coa Cantina. Prizes and drink specials from Arette Tequila, Ska Brewing and Breckenridge Organic Therapy! The fun starts at 8PM. (+21yrs)

 

8:00pm - 9:30pm
LOCATION
Coa Cantina
1900 Airport Road

Breckenridge, Colorado

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Breckenridge Distillery

DISTILLERY TOURS

Saturdays & Sundays 12:00PM / 2:00PM / 4:00PM
 

Guests are taken on a behind-the scenes tour of our Distillery’s production facility. This abbreviated tour starts by tasting our award-winning Breckenridge Vodka and Breckenridge Gin in our original production facility. The Distillery’s expert guides will take guests on a 30 min tour and finish up the experience with a tasting of our Breckenridge Bourbon Whiskey. Tours are every Saturday & Sunday and $35/person, reservation only and include a take-home signature Glencairn tasting glass.

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Breckenridge Welcome Center

Open 9:30am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday.

 

Located in the heart of town adjacent to the Blue River Plaza, the Breckenridge Welcome Center is located at 203 South Main Street. Part information center, part hands-on interpretive museum, the 4,000 sq. ft. center provides visitors and locals information on everything from dining and shopping to winter and summer activities in and around Breckenridge.  Stop by the Welcome Center to receive information about things to do in Breckenridge during your stay.  The Breckenridge Welcome Center is also the starting point for Breckenridge History tours.

203 S. Main Street Breckenridge, CO 80424

877-864-0868

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Country Boy Gold Mine Tour & Panning Experience

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Take an award-winning Breckenridge, Colorado gold mine tour and then go gold panning!
Venture over 1,000 ft. into the mountain and get to explore the original workings of the Country Boy Mine as you feel, hear, and smell what it was like to be a Breckenridge, Colorado miner over 100 years ago. Find and keep your riches as you gold pan in Eureka Creek.

Examine old photos and other fun exhibits to revisit the past and marvel at days gone by. This is truly an amazing experience and fun for the whole family year-round. Come and tour the only underground gold mine in Breckenridge.

NOTE: Dress warmly because it gets very cold underground. Waterproof shoes are recommended for gold panning.

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Strange but True

Monday through Friday at 2:00pm

This 90 minute walking tour is all about disappearances, suspected kidnappings and other strange events, including the fate of the Breckenridge Navy. Hear about the weird and unusual events that occurred in Breckenridge from 1961, when the ski area opened, until present day. All true stories with a twist!

COST: Adult $25, Child $17 (8-12) – This tour is not suitable for 7 and under.

LOCATION: Meet your guide at Summit Jewelry Store, 100 N. Main St., at the corner of Lincoln/Main (see picture above)

CONTACT: Gail on 970.343.9169

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Barney Ford Museum

Tuesday – Sunday
hourly tours 10 am-3 pm
last tour starts at 2 pm

 

The Barney Ford Museum is a must-stop on your visit to Breckenridge. Located downtown across the street from the Welcome Center, the Barney Ford Museum tells the remarkable story of Barney Ford who escaped slavery and eventually became one of the most prosperous businessmen in Colorado in the late 1800s. He was also an early civil rights leader. Guests can take a guided tour through the museum with one of Breckenridge History's expert guides or choose a self-guided option. Expect to spend about 20-30 minutes on your visit. The museum is free; donations are appreciated. 

111 East Washington Ave, Breckenridge, CO 80424

(970) 453-9767

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