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45 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, CO, US, 80829

  • Phone: (719) 685-5455
  • Fax: (719) 685-1433
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Attractions

»Miramont Castle

This 1895 castle looks like the work of a restless architect with decision problems. It boasts nine distinct architectural styles, including English Tudor and Byzantine. Built as a home for a wealthy priest, it features 46 rooms, including an eight-sided chapel, and the famed Drawing Room that features a gold ceiling and a massive 200-ton sandstone fireplace. Another remarkable feature is its walls, which are two-feet thick. The Tearoom offers a modest menu. Visit in December and be awed by the outdoor Christmas lights. Guided group tours need to be reserved in advance.

9 Capitol Hill Avenue
Manitou Springs, CO 80829

»Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site

A heavy indicator that this historical center offers an authentic experience can be gauged by the simple fact that it offers sarsaparilla as a beverage. While most such attractions focus on Colorado's "Wild West" days, this center, which is listed on the National Register of Historical Places, underscores the state's homesteading past with renovated buildings, including a Blacksmith shop, and characters in period clothing. Lectures, military re-enactments and a live 1880s baseball game are some of its educational features.

3105 Gateway Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

»Garden of the Gods

Garden of the Gods is sprawled over 1360 acres (550 hectares). Its unique geological landscape consists of protruding rocks of deep red sandstone. These structures strike a startling contrast against the green swathes of this park. Before embarking on an exploration, a film educates visitors on the geological upheaval of this area, as well as the park's history. One can discover the hidden flora and fauna of this region through nature walks, on a bike or horseback, or by following pathways like the Siamese Twins Trail. Other activities include bird-watching and rock-climbing. One can also engage in interactive exhibits and enjoy refreshments at a café on-site. This pet-friendly venue is also a dog owner's delight.

1805 North 30th Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

»America the Beautiful Park

Named after Kathryn Lee Bates' poem, the park is a sprawling property with trails, manicured lawns, 40-foot tall obelisks and other installations. America the Beautiful Park overlooks Pikes Peak and at night the obelisks glow. The park is also popular for those interested in UFO sightings. Scores of visitors come with transmitters, trying to contact the other world; it's like a party out there. Opens everyday at 5a.

126 Cimino Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

»Frederick H. Cossitt Memorial Hall

The Frederick H. Cossitt Memorial Hall is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is also known as Cossitt Hall and was designed by Maurice B. Biscoe. It was built in 1914 and is part of the Colorado College. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 28, 1997.

906 North Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

»Colorado College

Often dwarfed by the US Air Force Academy, this private college has been a part of Colorado Springs since 1874. The campus sports a classic college setting, accented by a Rocky Mountains backdrop. Cutler Hall, the school's original building, still stands as the landmark structure of the campus, and Bemis Hall resembles something from the Swiss Alps and will make you wish your school had offered such dorms. The hockey program enjoys a huge local following and ranks as one of the top collegiate teams in the nation.

14 East Cache La Poudre Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

»First Congregational Church

Crafted with beautiful and captivating ancient Romanesque architecture and designed by Henry Rutgers Marshall, the First Congregational Church of Colorado is immensely artistic and at the same time immersed in history. As the name rightly suggests, the church was built by the Congregationalists who'd entered England back in the 1600's and played a very important role in establishing some of the most famous educational institutions of those times, including Harvard and Yale. Today, the church is well known in Colorado for everything from holding musical extravaganzas to memorial services.

20 East Saint Vrain Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

»First United Methodist Church

Founded in 1871, the First United Methodist Church is the city's largest and most active church. The main focus is on practicing and following the teachings of Jesus Christ. The church is available for weddings, for both members as well as non-members. There are regular choir recitals and concerts like the Chancel Choir Spring Concert taking place in the church and also classes for learning the spiritual path of life and the teachings of Jesus, for adults as well as youth. Sunday classes are specially conducted for children.

420 North Nevada Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

»Mountain Shadows Park

Mountain Shadows Park is a neighborhood park on Flying West Ranch Road. Spread across 6.5 acres (2.63 hectares), it features trails, a volleyball court, soccer and softball field, horseshoe pits, a playground and picnic spots. It is also used for local events as well.

5151 Flying West Ranch Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80919

»North Cheyenne Canyon Park

Located in the foothills just west of the The Broadmoor, this park is the perfect locale to visit if time is limited and you want to get a sense of some mountain hiking. It offers hiking trails through mountain canyons, many of which offer great views of the Rockies to the west. The canyons are also popular with climbers who can always be seen spidering the cliff walls. There are plenty of picnic shelters, and for wildlife and fauna information visit the Starsmore Discovery Center inside the park.

2110 North Cheyenne Canyon Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

»North Cheyenne Cañon Park

North Cheyenne Cañon Park is located at the western outskirts of Colorado Springs and is well known for its evergreen expanse of forests, amazing rock formations, waterfalls and wildflowers. The park occupies a total land mass of 1,626 acres which includes the Stratton Open Space. It is a great habitat for wildlife that includes Mountain Lion and Mule Deer. Among the most visited attractions inside the park are the Helen Hunt Falls - a favored camping site and the Starsmore Discovery Center. The center hosts numerous exhibits related to nature and also conducts educational and adventure programs. The North Cheyenne Cañon Park is a perfect place to indulge in nature walks, hiking and other adventurous activities.

3440 North Cheyenne Canyon Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

»Cascade

Cascade situated at the foothills of Pikes Peak Mountain is named after a waterfall in the vicinity. Cascade offers visitors a range of attractions including hiking trails and horseback rides.

Cascade
Cascade, CO 80809
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