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Colorado Springs Pioneer's Museum

Learn more about the history of the Pikes Peak region through exhibits and interactive displays at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is free. 

Garden of the Gods

Whether you are on vacation, live in Colorado Springs or are just passing through, Garden of the Gods is a must-see. Explore the park's towering rock formations and discover how they got there at the Visitor and Nature Center. No matter how you do it - drive, bike, walk, run, hike or climb- Garden of the Gods is an unforgettable experience! Admission if free.

Helen Hunt Falls 

Helen Hunt Falls is located in North Cheyenne Cañon Park. Visitors can enjoy the view from the base of the falls or take a short walk to the top and admire the view from the bridge across the falls. 

The Manitou Incline

The Manitou Incline is one of the most popular hiking trails in Colorado. It gains an impressive 2,000 feet of elevation is less than one mile. Parking at near the base of the Incline is limited and expensive. We recommend taking the free shuttle instead. 

Olympic Training Center

Colorado Springs is Olympic City USA. We are the proud home of the United States Olympic Committee Headquarters, 20+ National Olympic Governing Bodies, more than 50 National Sport Organizations, the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center and the future U.S. Olympic Museum. Daily tours are available at the Olympic Training Center. See where Olympic athletes live and train in the run up to the Olympics. 

Pikes Peak, America's Mountain

Pikes Peak is most visited mountain in North America and the inspiration to Katharine Lee Bates' patriotic song "America the Beautiful." The Pikes Peak Highway will take you to the summit, or you can hike the Bar Trail or Crags Trail.

Sertich Ice Center

Conveniently located in Memorial Park at the corner of Pikes Peak Avenue and Union Boulevard, this  35,000 square foot indoor ice rink offers year-round skating for skaters of all ages, ability levels and ice disciplines. 

Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center

Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center serves as an introduction to Cheyenne Cañon Park and its beautiful waterfalls, rock formations, wildflowers and wildlife. Here you will discover activities for guests of all ages. 

Rockledge Ranch

Located in the shadow of Garden of the Gods Park, Rock Ledge Ranch brings the spirit of the West to life. Visitors can explore the life and homes of the Pikes Peak Region's early inhabitants.