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Breckenridge, CO Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 16
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,539
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 525
Committable Meeting Rooms* 23
Convention Center Space 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 7,200 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 7,200 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $104
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $242
*Maximum for a single hotel

Breckenridge, CO Things to Do and Attractions

Breckenridge Backstage Theatre

Converted from an old watering hole, the award-winning Breckenridge Backstage Theatre is Summit County’s oldest community and professional theater. The theater operates to inspire the community to embrace the performing arts and expand the

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BOEC Scott Griffith Lodge

The most luxurious way to “rough it,” BOEC Scott Griffith Lodge is situated amidst a dense pine forest, overlooking Old Town Reservoir and less than 100 yards from the trail to Snowflake Lift. Operated by the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center,

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Country Boy Mine

Country Boy Mine welcomes visitors and groups to explore a real gold mine at its historic, restored mining site. Established in 1887, and situated two miles east of downtown Breckenridge in the famous French Gulch area, the mine was one of the

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Fox Ridge Fine Art Glass Gallery

Nestled on Main Street in the heart of Breckenridge, Fox Ridge Fine Art Glass Gallery is an elegant, sophisticated gallery lined with colorful glass art by more than 40 artists from across the country. Open Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 6 PM,

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Riverwalk Center

Built in 1993 by the Town of Breckenridge as a performing arts facility primarily to host the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra and National Repertory Orchestra, the Riverwalk Center has grown to a popular venue for concerts, theater

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Hearthstone Restaurant

A local favorite for hand-cut steaks, game and seafood, Hearthstone Restaurant is located in the historic Victorian-era Kaiser House, boasting views of Breckenridge Ski Resort slopes and Ten Mile Range. The cozy, white-linen restaurant serves the

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Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant & Cantina

A colorful hacienda decorated with authentic Mexican tiles and original oil paintings, Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant & Cantina is known for serving the finest authentic ingredients, with all meals starting with its three famous varieties of salsa with

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The Dredge

A two-million-pound floating restaurant on the Blue River, The Dredge is a replica of one of the largest and longest operates dredges in Breckenridge, which stopped operating in 1942, but remains in the silt below the restaurant. The upscale casual

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Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon

Specializing in American cuisine with an homage to the region’s Old West heritage, Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon serves the finest aged beef and fresh wild game at its landmark downtown location. Outfitted in dark woods and white linens with a

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Relish

Boasting a second-story Main Street location with mountain views, Relish serves American fare with Colorado flair in a bright space with saffron-colored walls, honey woods and vibrant art. Entree selections include pumpkin seed and chili crusted

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Edwin Carter Discovery Center

The newly renovated Edwin Carter Discovery Center honors the life and legacy of Professor Edwin Carter, a naturalist who amassed a taxidermy collection of more than 3,500 rocky Mountain animal specimens. After Carter’s death, his collection formed

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Barney Ford Victorian Home

Situated in the heart of Breckenridge, the Barney Ford Victorian Home celebrates the life of Barney Ford, an escaped slave turned prominent entrepreneur and Colorado black civil rights leader. The Victorian home has dedicated each room to a

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Breckenridge Recreation Center

Popular among locals and visitors alike, the 69,000-square-foot Breckenridge Recreation Center hosts a number of athletic and community activities, housing such indoor features as two tennis courts, an aquatics area, cardio and circuit equipment, a

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Breckenridge Golf Club

The town-owned Breckenridge Golf Club holds the distinction of the only municipality-owned, Jack Nicklaus-designed 27-hole course. Opened in 1985, the par 72 course is graced with streams, beaver ponds, native grasses, sagebrush, wetlands and pine

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TEAL Art Gallery

Located along Breckenridge’s Main Street, TEAL Art Gallery is housed in a classic building with a modern feel. Perfect for group dinners and cocktail receptions, the 1,800-square-foot TEAL Art Gallery showcases contemporary art that pushes the

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