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View the 12-foot-tall, 150-square-foot gingerbread replica of The Broadmoor’s iconic Pauline Chapel.
Enjoy these delectable and festive muffins this holiday courtesy of Holden House 1902 Bed & Breakfast Inn.
Celebrate the end of fall and get into the spirit of the holidays at one of these magical seasonal events.
While it may be a challenge to coordinate the perfect photo with matching ensembles and happy faces at just the right angle, finding a dreamy winter wonderland backdrop, is not.
An ordinary 12 day giveaway just won't do! Besides who wouldn't want wolves, giraffes and penguins from sanctuaries and zoos?
Visitors can make a trip to Santa’s Workshop, also known as The North Pole.
Part of the fun of the holidays is dragging out that Christmas tree box, or chopping your own down in the forest.
Party attire? Check. Someone to give a big smackaroo to at the stoke of midnight? Check. A delicious cocktail to bring in the New Year?
Colorado Springs, CO has been a popular tourist destination since the town was founded in 1871.
Nestled just inside the snow-capped Rocky Mountains of Colorado, sits the magical place known to children around the world as The North Pole – Santa’s Workshop.
This December, discover why Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region is the perfect holiday destination. Whether the kids are being tucked in by Santa’s elves, taking a ride on the Royal Gorge Route Railroad Santa Express, visiting Santa’s Workshop and touching the North Pole, seeing the lights of the city by helicopter or feasting like royalty at Glen Eyrie Castle, there are endless ways to feel the spirit of the holiday season.
Below is a list of local Pikes Peak region restaurants that will be open at some point on Christmas Day.