In Breckenridge, it’s easy to head outside, hit the trails or try something new during your conference. From wild days on the river to afternoons strolling through town, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Our unique mountain town offers 100,000+ square feet of meeting space, over 100 restaurants and bars, and over 200 shops. Breckenridge is pedestrian friendly and easy to get around with plenty of bus and shuttle options. If you’ve been dreaming of a destination that has more to offer you’ve found it.
Group VIP Discount Program
The Breckenridge Tourism Office would like to extend exclusive discounts to meetings and conference attendees during your stay. To redeem discounts to various restaurants, retail stores and activities, simply flash your conference badge at any participating location. For a full list of discounts view the brochure below.
Look for the Group VIP Discount Program window cling while strolling along Main Street!
Getting Here & Getting Around
Getting to Breckenridge is easy and convenient, whether you choose to fly and shuttle-it to town, or opt to drive yourself from your hometown. Once you’re here, you’ll find it’s easy to go carless with all the free transportation options and easily walkable town. Breckenridge’s shuttle and transportation systems will help any visitor make the most of their trip.
If you’re renting a car, make sure you’re comfortable with mountain driving conditions and choose one that’ll fit your checked baggage. Check real-time road information on GoI70 and check road conditions. If you need a car, we recommend driving in and leaving the car parked at your hotel or rental while you’re here. Take the bus in and out of town or to the mountain so you don’t have to worry about finding parking. Almost everything in town is pay-to-park. Learn more about going carless in Breckenridge.
Local’s Tip: We always recommend taking the shuttle so you can enjoy the mountain views on your way up to town.
Getting Around While In Town
Once you are here, it’s easy to get around Breckenridge without a car. There are plenty of transportation options for those who are going carless in Breckenridge. The Breckenridge FreeRide offers free bus transportation throughout the day with multiple shuttle systems running throughout Breckenridge. Most likely, the place you are staying is right next to a bus stop or offers its own FREE shuttle transportation to town. It’s easy to get around town on foot or on bike. Once you’re here, you’ll find everything is just a few blocks away. The Summit Stage, Uber, Lyft and multiple taxi services are also available to help you travel around town or between towns.
Look for the Group VIP Discount Program window decal to find deals while walking around town.
Activities & Adventures
Breckenridge was built for adventure. We encourage you to head outside to hit the trails, the river, and the town. If that sounds impossible during your conference, know that Breckenridge prides itself on its offering of unique group experiences designed to build group camaraderie by tackling real mountains instead of the metaphorical ones. For a true taste of mountain living, adopt the local work-hard, play-harder zest for life by taking advantage of all the extra sunshine summer evenings have to offer.
Local’s Tip: We always recommend extending a conference trip to fit in a few extra days of fun. We promise it’ll be worth it!
Most popular activities to try during your trip
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Where to Eat, Drink and Shop in Breckenridge
The Breckenridge dining scene explodes with flavor. Expect to find worldly inspired cuisines, fresh takes on culinary classics and plenty of craft beer and cocktails made from our local brewers. Shops in Breckenridge include local boutiques, gear stores, art galleries, children shops and everything in between. Our specialty? Providing the latest styles and greatest gear for any outdoor outing and adventure.
Local’s Tip: Locally made goods and gear make great souvenirs.
Breckenridge Welcome Center
The Breckenridge Welcome Center is located in the heart of town in the Blue River Plaza. Part information center, part historical museum, the 4,000 sq. ft. facility is staffed by friendly, knowledgeable locals who are happy to make recommendations about things to do, places to go and what to bring.