Welcome to the Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary in Boulder. We’re conveniently located on the corner of 11th and Pearl St, near the lower level of the Pearl Street pedestrian mall, which is one of the community's most vibrant spaces. Highly accessible from the RTD Transit Center in the heart of Downtown Boulder, our dispensary proudly offers locals and visitors a wide variety of recreational marijuana products for adults 21 and up. Our friendly expert budtenders are waiting to assist you with your questions and provide helpful cannabis product recommendations that fit your lifestyle needs. Come by today! We’re open 7 days a week from 9:00 am - 9:50 pm.
Known for picturesque landscapes and quaint mountain town vibes, Boulder offers loads of outdoor fun, award-winning breweries, and a vibrant nightlife to locals and visitors alike.
At the center of it all, you’ll find the Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary at 1146 Pearl Street, just a 5-minute walk to the Boulder Bandshell. We’re open all day and happily ready to serve our community with high-quality cannabis products.
Save yourself time and place your Native Roots cannabis order ahead online. Shop at our online store, place items in your cart and send your order to our dispensary. Our budtenders will have your order prepared, packaged, and ready for pick up when you arrive.
Ordering cannabis online for an in-person pick-up is an excellent option for our regular customers that already know what they want. Our customers love having an online pick-up dispensary nearby. It just makes life a little easier.
Situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder is highlighted by Flatirons to the west overlooking the city. Downtown, pedestrians enjoy perusing the Pearl Street Mall’s countless cafes, art galleries, shops, and restaurants.
Native Roots in Boulder is only a 5-minute walk from the Boulder Farmers Market. A thirty-year tradition, The Boulder Farmers Market features amazing local vendors of homemade farm goods, organic produce, meat, fruits, flowers, and everything a great farmer’s market should have.
To get to the Boulder Farmers Market from Native Roots by car head North on Broadway and take a right on Spruce Street, then another right onto 13th Street. The Boulder Farmers Market will be on the left after Canyon Boulevard.
The Boulder Bandshell is the perfect place to enjoy a great outdoor public show or event in the heart of Downtown Boulder. Its unique Art Deco architecture stands out in Boulder and it is one of only two bandshells in Colorado dating back to the early 1900s. The Glen Huntington Bandshell has been a central landmark in downtown Boulder’s Central Park for more than 78 years.
It’s easy to get to the bandshell in Boulder from our dispensary. Native Roots is within 5 minutes of walking and one-minute driving from the Boulder Bandshell. Walking or driving, just head south on Broadway and take a left onto Canyon Boulevard. The bandshell is on the right.
Pearl Street Mall is the heart center of Boulder and offers people of all ages something to enjoy. Shop your fill of quaint boutiques, indulge your eyes at art galleries, and don’t forget to stop by Native Roots!
Did we mention all the amazing cafes, bars, and restaurants? Whether you are focused on coffee and sweets, beer, or dining on a budget, the Pearl Street Mall has something for everyone.
It’s easy to get to the Pearl Street Mall from the Native Roots Dispensary because we’re located right on the first floor. See you there soon!
Enjoy world-class entertainment and concerts at the iconic Boulder Theatre in the heart of downtown Boulder. Open since 1906, the theater is a fine example of art deco architecture and is highlighted by two beautifully preserved 22-foot murals on either side of the theater.
An intimate concert theater, this venue hosts 1,000 people maximum, making it a perfect place to party without feeling overwhelmed by the crowd. When you’re done you’re right in the middle of town.
Native Roots in Boulder is located right around the corner from the Boulder Theatre and is only two blocks away, five minutes walking. From Native Roots, take Pearl Street or Spruce Street east and you’ll find the Boulder Theatre in between the two streets located on 14th Street.
The City of Boulder was built on mining and, like many other Colorado towns, was born by the mid-1800s gold rush. In the spring of 1859, the “Rush to the Rockies” saw some 100,000 prospectors set out west to the Rocky Mountains, many winding up in today’s Boulder area.
Incorporated by 1871, Boulder began with a population of just 340 people. The town mostly catered to the mining industry and Pearl Street quickly became the place for small businesses and commercial endeavors.
Around the turn of the century, Boulder grew to more than 6,000 residents. They established a university in 1877 and built the renowned historic Hotel Boulderado in 1909, which is still in operation today.