Among the many great things you’ll learn as you explore the town, the breadth of Breckenridge things to do is endless. First, the obvious: If you’re dedicated to outdoor adventure, you can find it throughout all four seasons from skiing, snowboarding and mountain or fat tire winter biking to hiking, fishing or golfing. If you're less inclined to pursue sports outdoors, you can join yoga classes in studios around town and other athletic activities at the Breckenridge Recreation Center, which features indoor tennis courts and a climbing wall, cardio and weight machines and a swimming pool with a special area for the kids (along with indoor and outdoor hot tubs). If you’re more inclined toward a day of personal indulgence, spas offer the perfect way to work the stress from your muscles, renew your now-relaxed complexion or get your toes painted red. Shopping can also be considered a sport in Breckenridge. The number and variety of retailers along Main Street can keep you occupied for hours or for the whole day.
History buffs will find also amazing Breckenridge things to do. Tours along Main Street describe the mid-1800s architecture and the businesses that called these buildings home over the last 100+ years.
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Haunted ghost tours of special locations that traverse Main Street and Brook Valley Cemetery offer chills (especially at night!). If one of the things on your Breckenridge things to do list is gold mining, a trip to the Country Boy Mine lets visitors try to strike it rich by panning for gold. It’s also a great place to learn more about the mining techniques used in the area from the mid-1800s. Local museums are dedicated to key historical figures in the town’s development, to ski sport evolution or to the firefighters and the gear they used in the town’s earliest days.