Colorado Springs Attractions

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Attractions in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Adventure Miniature Golf and Batting Cages - 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.

American Numismantic Association Money Museum - Discover and explore the world of money. The American Numismantic Association Money Museum helps all people discover and explore the world of money through its vast array of programs including its education and outreach, museum, library, publications, conventions and seminars.

Cave of the Wind - Get ready to explore! Cave of the Winds, a hidden jewel within Colorado literally makes your jaw drop in wonder and astonishment. Discover the mysterious world of caves! As one of the great Colorado natural wonders, Cave of the Winds offers a gritty, unforgettable adventure into the 500 million-year old world of underground geology.

Cheyenne Mountain State Park - Colorado’s newest state park is nestled in the landscape that inspired the song, “America the Beautiful.” Enter this park and marvel at the mountains above and the Colorado Springs skyline below.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - Come and experience an amazing adventure with the animals. Every kid, of any age, will have an experience for a lifetime with every visit. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's 146 picturesque acres are home to over 700 animals of every variety.

City of Cripple Creek - 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. One hour from Colorado Springs.

City Rock - 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.

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum - Located downtown in the restored 1903 El Paso County Courthouse, preserving the history & culture of the Pikes Peak Region. In 2009, featuring exhibits to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Pikes Peak or Bust Gold Rush.

Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center - Experience something different! Wolf tours for the whole family. Photo & Wolf interaction opportunities, and for the more adventurous- take a Wildlife Full moon howling night walk. CWWC is complete with lush aspen groves, large rock formations, shady pine trees, and dens and has become known for not only providing sanctuary for animals, but for people as well.

Cripple Creek District Museum - Three buildings filled with Cripple Creek gold rush history, great artifacts, Victorian rooms, gift shop, turn-of-the-century assay office, historical gold rush photos.

Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center - Explore Colorado Springs' paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. Imagine dramatic views, 300' towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies.

Ghosttown Museum - 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.

iT'Z Family Food & Fun - Come eat and play at iT'Z! Enjoy an extensive buffet, over 150 video and ticket games, ten pin bowling, bumper cars, a speedway and a variety of rides, including the Kite Flyer, iT'Z high-flying indoor ride.

Manitou Cliff Dwellings - During the summer, Native American dancers await to reveal secret rites and ceremonies that have been passed down for hundreds of years. So 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.

Miramont Castle Museum - Visit the Queen's Parlour Tearoom in historic Miramont Castle Museum, Manitou Springs, where you can play make-believe wearing our Victorian hats and derbies. Homemade soups, hearty sandwiches, fabulous desserts.

Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine Tours - Descend 1,000 feet underground in Americas only vertical shaft gold mine tour. Experience the old west as it was for hard rock gold miners of “The World’s Greatest Gold Camp”, Cripple Creek Colorado. During the tour of the underground mineral display, visitor receive free an ore specimen from the Mollie Kathleen Mine.

North Pole - Santa's Workshop - Santa's Workshop/North Pole is a family-oriented Christmas theme amusement park nestled at the base of world-famous Pikes Peak. This 27 acre alpine village was established in the township of Cascade, Colorado, in 1956.

Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center - 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.

Seven Falls - Enjoy the beautiful waterfall with the wonderful wildlife. Located in South Cheyenne Canyon, Seven Falls cascades 181 feet in seven distinct steps down a solid cliff of pikes peak granite. Crystal clear water from the southern most edges of the Pikes Peak watershed have, over the ages, carved this unique scenic masterpiece in an easily accessed location.

The Fine Arts Center of Colorado Springs - The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, established in 1936, is home to world-class art galleries, Broadway-worthy live theatre, and an art school for all ages and abilities. Programs for individuals, couples, families and groups make the FAC the top cultural attraction in the Pikes Peak region.