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Local Food & Drink
Beer, cocktails and sticky, Southern classics like fall-off-the-bone ribs are featured in this inviting smokehouse.
Marigold Cafe & Bakery
Enjoy handcrafted bakery goods from Colorful Colorado’s favorite patisserie, serving French-inspired lunches and dinners.
Visit this family restaurant with arguably some of the best omelets out West, not to mention an inviting diner feel and convenient patio seating.
The perfect pit-stop in University Village Colorado offers overloaded, smashed burgers and thick milkshakes.
Arts & Culture
Taylor Museum/Fine Arts Center
Just north of downtown and on the Colorado College campus, the center is home to Native American and Hispanic Southwestern art.
Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra
Indulge in grand arias, remarkable rhythms and world-famous concert series.
Manitou Cliff Dwellings
Learn about the ancient past from the Manitou Cliff Dwellings and museums, a chronicle of the art and architecture of the Anasazi civilization.
Visit this impressive Army installation that reaches into Pueblo and Fremont County.
Garden of the Gods Park
15 miles of trails and breathtaking scenery has made this National Natural Landmark a must-see for more than 45 years.
Cave of the Winds
In El Paso County and adjacent to the Pikes Peak area, this lengthy cavern system is more than 500 million years old.
Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway
Your Rocky Mountain adventure starts with a Swiss-made train on a scenic cog railway.
The main attraction in Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak is the highest summit in the area and the most visited mountain in America, second in the world behind Japan’s Mt. Fuji.