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Best things to do in Colorado Springs

Park
“Explore the fascinating architecture of the ancient Anasazi Indians just minutes away up Highway 24.”
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Museum
“Some of the history will amaze you...worth spending at least and hour here. And it's free!”
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Art Gallery
“A small yet mesmerizing art gallery featuring rotating exhibits as well as in house exhibits. Check their website for free days each month!”
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Bar
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“LOVE this menu! Live music some nights. Craft beers and a jumping time. It gets loud so don't go if you need a quiet place to talk.”
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Museum
“The US Air Force Academy in Colorado is perhaps best known for its stunning chapel. Soaring 150 feet toward the Colorado sky, the Air Force Academy Chapel is an all-faiths house of worship designed to meet the spiritual needs of cadets.”
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History Museum
“It’s not just Children who love this small museum. You get to “mine” for a pouch of shiny real rocks to take home. Lots of Colorado history and exciting loud historical mining machines that actually run and more.”
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Museum
“The ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy was opened in August 1979 as a museum designed to "preserve the legacy of the cowboy contests, the heritage and culture of those original competitions, and the champions of the past, present and future.”
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Museum
“Museum with a large collection of restored aircraft & artifacts from World War II, plus a gift shop.”
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Cadeauwinkel
“This is from their website: Garden of the Gods Trading Post, located on the Southwest edge of the world-famous Garden of the Gods, is Colorado’s largest, oldest and best gift shop and art gallery. With over 25,000 square feet and nearly 90,000 different items to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect gift or souvenir for everyone on your list! The ride to the Trading Post and beyond is so scenic, your jaw might drop. There is a restaurant, and you can buy coffee and Colorado-made ice cream too.”
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Museum
“Whether you have half an hour or a free afternoon to spend with us, we have a variety of fun, educational activities for your schedule. Conveniently located off of Garden of the Gods Rd., stop at the Space Foundation Discovery Center for your next family outing or field trip.”
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Museum
“A model town of historic structures & artifacts, with gold panning & other activities for kids.”
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Museum
“I love the art here! Great shows come thorough, there's a fantastic theater and a nice lunch spot inside too.”
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Art Gallery
“This is the best Art facility ever, they have a galleries, classes and studios you can rent, (there is a waiting list to get a studio). They really support the community and the atmosphere shows it. ”
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Miscellaneous Shop
“Since the gallery began in 1974, our mission has been to promote the arts in the Pikes Peak Region. Today our collective energy is focused on our extensive shop, gallery events, and our annual Labor Day Arts and Crafts Festival. We sell wall art, jewelry, glass, pottery, sculptures and clothing. Commonwheel Artists Co-op has been recognized as a significant resource in the arts community by various groups, including the Pikes Peak Arts Council and the Manitou Springs Chamber of Commerce. All the wall art, jewelry, glass, pottery, sculpture and clothing exhibited in our charming gallery is made by Colorado artists. You can be assured of selecting unique handmade gifts of art objects.”
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Museum
“(DoD ID required) Exhibits about North American air defense, Colorado Spring's aviation heritage and missions of the Air Force Space Command and the North American Aerospace Defense command (NORAD).”
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History Museum
“From website, "The Penrose Heritage Museums's extensive collection contains 31 horse-drawn carriages and 13 motorized vehicles, including three Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb race cars (circa 1920s), Mrs. Penrose's 1928 Cadillac limousine, and a 1906 Renault. The Penrose Heritage Museum doors recently re-opened to a brand new 8,500 square foot facility adjacent to Broadmoor Hall. Several new exhibits are featured, along with a Broadmoor casino table, authentic Native American artifacts, antique firearms and a collection of vintage riding tack-saddles, harness." This museum is FREE and near The Broadmoor, so I'd combine it with a stop at The Golden Bee and a stroll through this 5-star hotel.”
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