Colorado Springs Tourist Guide

Colorado Springs Popular Attractions

Colorado Springs features so many major attractions there is always something exciting and adventurous for every age and interest. From mild and cultural to historic and wild there is an attraction in or around Colorado Springs for everyone. According to the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitor's Bureau the top five most visited attractions are the Garden of Gods Park, The Air Force Academy, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Royal Gorge Bridge and Park and Pikes Peak Mountain.

Pikes PeakPikes Peak

Allow almost two hours to make the 38 mile round trip to the summit. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking vistas, hiking, picnicking, fishing, and a variety of other attractions

United States Air Force AcademyUnited States Air Force Academy

The US Air Force Academy currently welcomes visitors who are invited to explore the Honor Court, attend a concert at Arnold Hall, and visit the Field house or tour Cadet Chapel.

            Joe Frontier Town & RailwayBuckskin Joe Frontier Town & Railway

The town is brought to life with hourly gunfights, some historical and some humorous, exciting live entertainment, barnyard animals, and everything you could imagine in an old west town.

            of the WindsCave of the Winds

The oldest of the Pikes Peak area attractions, and still one of the most popular. Follow passageway through 20 subterranean chambers filled with natural wonders.

            of the GodsGarden of the Gods

Imagine towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. That's the view from the Garden of the Gods Visitor terrace.

Flying W RanchFlying W Ranch

The Flying W Ranch is an actual working mountain cattle ranch located in the foothills of Colorado Springs, specializing in authentic western food and entertainment since 1953.

Colorado Springs Pioneers MuseumColorado Springs Pioneers Museum

The museum portrays the history and culture of the Pikes Peak Region in exhibits emphasizing the unique character of this uncommon Front Range community.

            Cliff DwellingsManitou Cliff Dwellings

The Manitou Cliff Dwellings is preserved under a protective red sandstone overhang, where authentic Anasazi cliff dwellings, built more than 700 years ago, await you.

            CastleMiramont Castle

Built in 1895 as a private home, the castle features nine styles of architecture ranging from English Tudor to Byzantine crafted from local greenstone and yellow pine framing.

ProRodeo Hall of FameProRodeo Hall of Fame

The only museum in the world devoted exclusively to the sport of rodeo and its star, the rodeo cowboy allowing visitors to trace the history of rodeo and relive the glory.

            Town MuseumGhost Town Museum

Ghost Town Museum is a fun and historic look back at kind of old west town that used to dot this region during the late1800's and early 1900's

Seven Falls7 Falls

Called the "Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado". Located just outside Colorado Springs, Seven Falls cascades 181 feet in seven distinct steps down a solid granite cliff .

            Peak Cog RailwayPikes Peak Cog Railway

The world's highest cog railroad, the highest Colorado railroad and highest train in the United States takes passengers to the 14,110 foot summit of Pikes Peak.

            Springs Fine Arts CenterColorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Experience the rich culture of the Southwest - fabulous collections of Native American and Hispanic treasures as well as exhibits of fine art from three centuries.

Colorado Springs Museum 
            of Natural HistoryMuseum of Natural History

Considered one of the world's outstanding collections of giant insects, related creatures and rare artifacts.

This page was last modified on 27 March 2012 at 17:09
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