Looking for fun and exciting attractions to experience while on vacation? With a wide variety of Colorado Springs attractions to see when in town, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy. Feed the giraffes at the America’s only mountain zoo, take a step back in time in an old ghost town or roar with dinosaurs. The region features more than 55 incredible Colorado Springs tourist attractions including Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods and the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center, that are ready to make your next vacation the experience of a lifetime.
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Mountain Post Historical Association is a non-profit corporation founded to build the Mountain Post Historical Center. The museum will tell the story of Fort Carson and pay tribute to its soldiers - past, present, and future - who served there.
The Abbey's imposing historical landmark includes a modern Event Center within its campus which can accommodate a wide range of functions, two group lodging facilities and a historical chapel within the Monastery for your wedding.
Adventure Miniature Golf and Batting Cages features three 18-hole courses. Each course has a theme; Around the World, Old West and Journey Through Time. We also offer six batting cage stations; 3 baseball and 3 softball.
Your Adventure Starts Here! C O S Rodeo, Wednesday nights this summer! Balloon Rides, Jeep Excursions, Segway Adventures, Zipline Tours. Tours offered year round. Guaranteed, the most fun in Colorado Springs is with Adventures Out West.
Displaying 100's of pictures, memorabilia and rare artifacts, we not only offer great food, but a flight through aviation history. The Airplane Restaurant's centerpiece is a fully intact Boeing KC-97 tanker. Forty-two passengers can actually eat in the plane of…
To reach the Summit of Pikes Peak is to share the vision that inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write America the Beautiful. Enjoy the shops at the Summit House, Glen Cove and Crystal Reservoir!
Old fashioned fun games in the heart of Manitou Springs.
Colorado's NEWEST attraction puts you into a real outdoor battlefield! Test your real-life skills as part of our live-play missions using state-of-the-art military style weapons. No projectiles, no pain, just hours of adrenaline packed fun that EVERYONE loves!
Bike rental, hair and nail salon, fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming, outdoor hot tubs, summer Bee Bunch childrens program for ages 3-12 are all available at the resort. Horseback riding is available nearby.
Since 1891, millions have taken this epic trip to 14,115-ft. summit of America's mountain! Sit back, relax and enjoy the splendors of Colorado: steep canyons, panoramic vistas and wildlife abound. Reservations highly recommended.
Broadmoor Seven Falls is 224 steps up a series of waterfalls. Take the steps to hiking trails and streams that feed the 181 foot drop of falling water at the falls. Seven Falls; the only Colorado waterfall on the National Geographic's list of international wonders.
With up to 9,000 seats, the World Arena is a premier sports and entertainment venue hosting world class concerts, large meetings and sporting events. The adjoining Ice Hall proudly hosts elite level figure skating, hockey activities and public skating.
Embark on a day of family fun and adventure. Choose between three adventurous cave tours or enjoy the thrill of our Outdoor Attractions! Lots to do for the whole family at Cave of the Winds!
Enjoy the art, history and scenic beauty of Cheyenne Cañon and The Broadmoor area on a Segway X2 Personal Transporter. You'll glide along both bike paths and park trails as you hear fun facts and stories from the colorful past of Colorado Springs.
The Trail's End visitor center holds boundless resources, educational exhibits, and souvenirs and refreshments. Relax by the stone fireplace and the wall of windows. With an amazing 2701 acres, you can explore nature's diversity with prairie-to-peak ecosystems…
No visit to the Pikes Peak region is complete without a trip to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - America's only mountain zoo! Experience unforgettable adventures with breathtaking mountain scenery and more than 900 animals from around the world.
The historic town of Cripple Creek sits on the southwest slopes of majestic Pikes Peak. More than 100 years ago this charming community attracted tens of thousands of gold-seekers to its hillsides in search of their fortunes.
CLIMB, CLIMB, CLIMB at the newest, tallest (43 feet!) climbing gym in the state. Want to go outside? Our AMGA/PCIA certified guides can teach and take you anywhere you want to go, including our exclusive access to climbing on private land.
Colon Orchards grows heritage apples, as well as a large selection of pumpkins, cucumbers, summer & winter squash, tomatoes and much more. The farm stand is open from July through December, 9 am to 6 pm. Locally grown fruits, vegetables, pasta, honey, jams and jellies.
Experience the best of Colorado in our customized open-air jeeps that are modified with your comfort in mind and view the spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife that call Colorado home. We pride ourselves on providing guided, high quality, scenic, and…
Home to the Taylor Museum of Art, Bemis School of Art and SaGaJi Theatre. Featuring traveling exhibitions and permanent collections including Dale Chihuly glass.
We feature lots of great food, a great view of the Peak, a sparkling clean facility, rides for the kids, live music, cold beer and the best deals in town. Every weekend up to 500 vendors sell their wares on our paved 35 acre site.
See where Olympic Dreams Begin! Make plans to take a guided tour and visit the U.S. Olympic Shop - your one-stop shopping venue for Olympic-related apparel and gifts!
Located downtown in the restored 1903 El Paso County Courthouse, the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum builds a lasting connection to the Pikes Peak Region by preserving and sharing our cultural history.
The Colorado Springs Sky Sox are the AAA top affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. Security Service Field is the highest professional ballpark in the United States at 6,531 feet above sea level.
Have an Out West Adventure at the Colorado Springs Summer Rodeo Series at Norris Penrose Equestrian Center. 2017 Rodeo Dates: June 21 and 28 | July 5, 19, and 26 | August 2 and 8.
Visit our website for the 2016 USL Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC season schedule and available tickets.
At Colorado Wolf Wildlife Center you can take a fun and educational walking tour with an experienced and knowledgeable guide. We guarantee an up-close view of the elusive wolf. Reservations are required; school groups, scout groups, nature enthusiasts, and…
Join us for a free, interactive tour; conducted Monday through Friday at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. Registration is not required, tours last one hour. For large groups, children's tours, youth or school groups, please call to reserve space for a private tour.
A trip reveals scenic wonders around every curve as century-old steam locomotive transports you back to the gold mining days of Cripple Creek Victor, Colorado. A treat for railroad and history buffs, kids and the whole family.
Located on Bennett Avenue, the historic campus of the Cripple Creek District Museum includes the 1895 Midland Terminal Railway Depot and the historic Colorado Trading and Transfer building. We have cabins and outdoor displays, too. Come explore!
Learn about gold mining, geologic and human history, view displays that showcase the unique mountain environment, and learn about regional recreational activities and attractions.
A historic artifact of the American West, built in 1880 and little changed since, the railroad is the most spectacular example of steam era mountain railroading in North America.
A whole new species of FUN! See unique and spectacular dinosaurs including T-Rex, raptors, giant flying and marine reptiles, huge carnivorous fish and life restorations. Look into an actual fossil preparation laboratory.
This collection was donated to and is presently in the possession of the Friends of Dr. Lester L. Williams Committee and on display and available to the public.
This national park area preserves one of the richest fossil deposits in the world. Massive petrified redwood trees and detailed fossils of fish, insects, leaves and more can be seen at the visitor center and two, short self-guided tours.
The Flying W Ranch plans a grand re-opening in May 2017. Please contact the Visitor Information Center if you need an alternate venue for your family or group.
Call ahead for tour times. Free kid's entertainment and play area with 3-story slide. Ice cream parlor with tasty treats great food - bookstore and visitor center too.
Front Range Climbing Company offers some of the best guided rock climbing in Colorado. Try our climbing instruction from the very basics of the sport to the cutting edge of technical climbing.
Garden of the Gods Trading Post, nestled in the southwest corner of the Garden of the Gods Park near the Balanced Rock entrance, is Colorado's largest and most extensive gift facility and gallery.
Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center is your best resource for learning all there is to know about Garden of the Gods Park. T he Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center is the most visited attraction in the region.
The museum display is contained in the original 1899 Colorado Midland railroad complex, and contains a complete town made from the very structures that were once decaying into the mountainside.
Bask in peaceful retreat, majestic beauty and rich history as you discover one of the best-kept secrets in all of Colorado.
131 miles of great scenery and history. Roads that connect Canon City and Florence with Cripple Creek/Victor Gold Mining District. Travel through time, see fossils, ranching and mining.
Offering multiple opportunities for summer family fun! Our three course meal with salad, choice of oven roasted chicken or old-fashioned pot roast, real mashed potatoes and gravy, sides, and cobbler for dessert, and interactive shows offers your family a fun…
Ivywild is a renovated elementary school that has been repurposed into a mixed-use, business and community center that includes a brewery, restaurant, deli, farmers market, bakery, art school and meeting/event space.
Be sure to include Manitou Cliff Dwellings during your visit to the Pikes Peak region. The magic and mystery of the Native American culture is sure to delight you.