Air Force Academy (Visitor Center)
Colorado Springs - Free
Open year round
Bear Creek Nature Center
Interpretive programs, special events, guided and self-guided tours, and media presentations are offered throughout the year. Outside, two miles of self-guiding nature trails wind through the short grass prairie, scrub oak woodlands and cottonwood riparian communities.
Buckskin Joe Frontier Town And Railway
Authentic Old West Theme Park. Activities include: scenic train ride to Royal Gorge rim; horse drawn trolley, horseback rides, restaurant, gunfights, saloon, authentic buildings and more.
719-275-5149 or 719-275-5485
Cave Of The Winds
Tour breathtaking underground rooms and passages, decorated with stalactites and flowstone, while guides share a wealth of historical and geological information.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
America's only mountain zoo is famous for its diverse collection of animals and stunning views of Colorado Springs. Includes admission to Will Rogers Shrine.
Cliff Dwellings Museum
Prehistoric Indian ruins (1,100-1,300 A.D.) Museums displaying prehistoric artifacts, retail stores, Native American dance performances (June, July and August.) Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
719-685-5242 or 719-685-5394 or 1-800-354-9971
Colorado Wolf And Wildlife Center
We offer educational wolf tours in a natural setting Tuesday - Sunday. Call for reservations and donations please. P.O. Box 476, Florissant, CO 80816
This historic gold mining town has railways, gold mine tours, and limited stakes gaming. Located only 45 minutes from Pikes Peak.
Cripple Creek And Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad
An exciting journey & scenic adventure into yesteryear - backward in time to the lusty pioneer days of railroading during its greatest era.