Located at the base of Boulder’s Flatirons and one of only 25 National Historic Landmarks in the state of Colorado, the Colorado Chautauqua is one of only a few remaining chautauquas in the U.S. It is considered THE western representation of the cultural movement that swept the U.S. in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and is the only site west of the Mississippi that has been in continuous operation since its founding and with its original structures intact and used for their original purposes.
Now in its second century, the Colorado Chautauqua remains committed to its historic purpose, offering outstanding cultural and educational programs and attracting more than a million visitors each year.
With picturesque views, tranquil lodging accommodations, soul-nourishing cuisine and close proximity to the University of Colorado Boulder, this quiet mountain setting is perfect for guests attending the Conference on World Affairs.
As an official lodging partner of Conference of World Affairs, Chautauqua offers special discounts that let you experience Boulder’s only national historic landmark for less. Learn more about traveling to Boulder on our Travel & Lodging page.