Boise Idaho Vacation Packages

Boise Idaho Vacation Packages, Flight and Hotel Deals

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Boise Vacation Packages

This area of Southwest Idaho has nearly 150,000 residents.
Wahooz Family Fun Zone and Roaring Springs Waterpark are magical places to take some quality time with the kids. The Canyon County Fairgrounds and the Expo Idaho are also well worth checking out if the little ones still have energy to burn.

See the ocean's most colorful aquatic creatures in the beautifully recreated marine habitats at Aquarium of Boise.
Housed in pens along the trails and pathways of the Zoo Boise and Babby Farms, a wide variety of critters will keep the family enthralled for hours on end.

This destination has more brewhouses than you can shake a stick at. Dedicated beer fans come from all over to get their hands on the range of fine brews. Overwhelmed by all the options? Some great places to start are the Crescent Brewery, the Slanted Rock Brewing Company, the Payette Brewing Company or the Boise Brewing.

Head on down to the Meridian Speedway or the Firebird Raceway and talk to fellow motorsports fanatics as local heroes hurtle around the track at breakneck speeds.

This region's wine yards sure know how to rouse the senses. Meet the devoted cellar masters, sample the latest vintage and enjoy a fantastic day out at the Koenig Distillery and Winery and the Hell's Canyon Winery. Ready for the next one? The Williamson Orchard & Vineyard and the Sawtooth Winery should also be added to your itinerary.

The Idaho Botanical Garden plays an integral role in conserving the area's botanical species. Be sure to stop in and appreciate the work that they do.

Pack a few snacks and take it easy for a while in the leafy, green surroundings of Boise National Forest and Barber Park. There's also plenty of space to lay about on the grass at Julia Davis Park and Camel's Back Park.

Want to escape the bustle of the city? Make your way over to Lucky Peak State Park and Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. Eagle Island State Park and Kathryn Albertson Park are also popular among nature-loving visitors.
The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of fascinating tales and achievements. The Boise Art Museum and the Discovery Center of Idaho offer a range of displays and collections that are sure to capture your attention. The Idaho Historical Museum and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center are also worth looking at.

Consider stopping at Whittenberger Planetarium to expand your knowledge on scientific innovations and the natural environment.

Visitors interested in biodiversity and natural history will enjoy spending an afternoon learning about the specimens and objects at the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History.
With the Boise Art Glass and the Glen L. and Ruth Evans Gem and Mineral Collection, this destination is a hotspot for art lovers.

Take yourself back in time and uncover secrets of yesteryear at the Canyon County Historical Society Museum and the Our Memories Indian Creek Museum. Do you like the sound of those? Continue your explorations at the Idaho Black History Museum or the Mountain Home History Museum.
To discover more about the people and places of this region's past, consider visiting its historic monuments and buildings. Start your history tour at the Boise State University and Idaho State Capitol Building. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. Old Idaho Penitentiary and Assay Office are two more great places to stop by.

Put some time aside to watch the water ebb and flow past Oregon Trail Memorial Bridge. This heritage structure has played an important role in connecting the area.

The region's spiritual side can be found at the Boise Mormon Temple and the Ahavath Beth Israel Synagogue. You may also like to check for guided tours around the Christ Chapel or First United Presbyterian Church.

Once you've checked out all the star attractions in and around Boise, make time to visit a few of its lesser-known gems. The Hillcrest Country Club and the Crane Creek Country Club are some possible options. Also, contemplate a visit to the World Center for Birds of Prey and the Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center if you can squeeze it in.

Accommodation in Boise

Boise, being the vibrant state capital of Idaho, has a wide range of hotels and other accommodations. On Travelhoteltours hotels page alone, there are as many as 58 Boise lodgings to select from.

The following Boise lodgings are worth checking out, the Hotel 43 and The Grove Hotel