About Colorado Springs

Once a booming mining town, Colorado Springs now leads the nation as one of the top places for technology companies to settle. Picturesque Pikes Peak, at 14,110 feet, is the city's backdrop and beckons your attention. The towering Rocky Mountains run north and south of the city, with high plains to the east giving it a vast, open feeling.

West

For charming window-shopping stroll along Colorado Avenue where historic buildings have become beautifully decorated contemporary shops. Art galleries are plentiful, many of which are Southwest and Indian themed and pay tribute to the area's cultural heritage. Break from shopping to dine at Meadow Muffins. Finish with a free tour of the nationally-acclaimed Van Briggle Art Pottery, whose work appears in some of the world's finest art galleries.

Manitou Springs

Serving as the gateway to such popular attractions as the Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds and the majestic Pikes Peak, everyone eventually passes through Manitou Springs. Stroll through dozens of quaint shops like the Antique Emporium. Stop for a healthful lunch at Adam's Mountain Cafe before heading up to tour Miramont Castle.

Southwest/Broadmoor Area

Long-standing million dollar estates mix with new homes along the foothills and slopes of Cheyenne Mountain, establishing this as the most elite area of town. The Broadmoor Hotel anchors this neighborhood, lending historic charm and beauty to the community. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun are perched atop this area and snake through the mountainside offering awesome city views. Seven Falls, located just beyond the Broadmoor Hotel, is a natural wonder. Drive right up to the falls, or if you are more adventurous, hike up Cutler Trail to get a more private view.

Central/Downtown

The most noticeable attribute of the downtown area is its lack of billboards and skyscrapers cluttering the skyline, giving it a clean, vibrant look. Shop for vintage clothing or a Rolex watch at any of the many quaint shops. Rack 'em up and slam 'em back at Phantom Canyon Brewing Company, or party into the night at funky Rum Bay or art deco Ritz Grill. Martinis and cigars are on the menu at MacKenzie's Chop House. Local culture can be found at the McAllister House Museum or for a more sophisticated exhibit visit the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center.

North

Far north of town, situated on rolling hills, is the prestigious United States Air Force Academy (USAF). Catch a USAF football game at Falcon Stadium and you might get treated to an exciting fly-over by Air Force jets in tight formation. Follow up the day with a visit to the Western Museum of Mining, just east of the Academy.

Northwest

A mixture of upper class residences splashed with strip centers and an abundance of eclectic restaurants situated near the picturesque Rocky Mountains make this a highly desirable place to live. Enjoy a Victorian tea and tour at the historic Glen Eyrie Castle, quietly nestled in the foothills. For a more rowdy evening, stomp in at the Flying W Chuckwagon for great food and Old West entertainment.

Northeast

This area blends forested parks with fabulous shopping and dining. Have time for a quick hike? Palmer Park offers several easy trails with fabulous views and numerous picnic tables. For a day's worth of shopping wander over to the two-level Citadel Mall. Nearby Zugspitze serves the city's finest international gourmet lunches. Afterwards, shop in its remarkable gourmet store for hard-to-find items.

East/Southeast

Hills covered with newly developed middle-class neighborhoods run north to south for miles. See historic aircraft, missiles and exhibits at the Peterson Air & Space Museum, located on Peterson Air Force Base. Catch a flick at the newly built IMAX Theater, with 16 movies to choose from. During the summer it is hot dogs, peanuts and baseball at Sky Sox Stadium.

Whether here on business or a well-deserved vacation, be sure to get out and behold the view of Pikes Peak that inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write "America the Beautiful." Rest assured, the city with small town charm and big natural beauty will bring you back again and again.

  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

    4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 9925
    Spend a day at America's only mountainside zoo. The zoo features endangered species in mountain exhibits that resemble their natural habitat. You can walk the hilly terrain or catch the tram at one of seven stops. Hands-on contact with animals is permitted in front of the Aquatics building - giraffes will literally eat from your hand, and zoo crackers can be purchased at the entrance. Mountain weather changes rapidly, so bring a light jacket.
  • Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun

    4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 578 5367
    After a day at the The Broadmoor, take a scenic 1.4-mile drive up the narrow mountain road for a self-guided tour of this popular shrine. Built in the 1930s in honor of the American actor, writer and humorist Will Rogers, the shrine is full of historic information and colorful artwork painted on the walls, taking you back in time. Climb several winding flights of stairs to the top floor of the shrine, located at an elevation of 8136 feet, for a breathtaking view of the city and the surrounding mountains. Admission is included with zoo ticket purchase.
  • Cave of the Winds

    100 Cave of the Winds Road Manitou Springs, CO 80929 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 5444
    Bring a light jacket and hike this 54-degree cavern which offers three tours. Learn about geology and history on the Discovery Tour, or go back in time on the Lantern Tour, listening to tales from the past and using only lanterns for light. The physically challenging Explorers Trip is an adventure through undeveloped passageways and chambers. Tours range from 45 minutes to four hours. Check the website for more details.
  • Garden of the Gods

    1805 North 30th Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 634 6666
    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.
  • Seven Falls

    2850 South Cheyenne Canyon Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 632 0765
    Partially encased by a one-mile canyon, the sight of seven separate falls splashing together down 181 vertical feet borders on stunning. Picturesque by day, dancing with color at night, this is not to be missed. Ride the elevator to the Eagles Nest observation platform for an great view or climb up 224 steps to reach the one-mile nature trail offering a panoramic peek of the city below. Parking is limited and scarce after 6p. Timings are subject to monthly change, do check the website.
  • US Olympic Complex

    1 Olympic Plaza Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 866 4618
    The Olympic Visitor Center offers free guided tours which include the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, interactive displays and an endless collection of Olympic photos. Be sure to check out the Olympic flame and pretend that you were the torch bearer who ignited it. If you're in search of a Team USA souvenir, visit the well stocked gift shop that shelves hard to find Olympic T-shirts, jackets and caps. And while wandering about, keep an eye open for the many well-known athletes who train here. Admission is free.
  • Peterson Air & Space Museum

    150 East Ent Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80914-1303 United States - Phone: +1 719 556 4915
    Anyone with an interest in mechanical things that leave the ground will enjoy this museum. It is located in the original art deco-styled Colorado Springs Passenger Terminal Building. With its military setting, it looks exactly like one of those buildings used in 1950s sci-fi movies when horrible, giant ants terrorized man. The focus of the museum is on early aviation history, with an emphasis on World War II. Since it is inside Peterson Air Force base, you will need identification to enter and access is restricted. Entry to the museum is free.
  • Manitou Cliff Dwellings

    Off Highway 24 Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 800 354 9971
    Dating back to 1100 CE, these well-preserved Anasazi cliff dwellings are a must visit for anyone interested in history and ancient cultures. The dwellings feature over 40 rooms, including a revered ceremonial kiva. All the tours are self-guided and require some ladder and stair climbing to enter the structures. Two on-site museums, which feature Anasazi artifacts, offer sharp insight on the how, where, when and why of this cliff-dwelling culture. Visit from June to August and witness traditional Indian dancers.
  • The Colorado Springs World Arena and Ice Hall

    3185 Venetucci Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80906-4020 United States - Phone: +1 719 477 2100 / +1 719 477 2121
    The Colorado Springs World Arena is the premier sports and entertainment venue in the Pikes Peak region. Locally owned and managed, the non-profit CSWA and the attached ice hall regularly host sporting events, concerts, family shows, banquets, trade shows, graduations, religious rallies and civic events. With 8000 seats, the CSWA is large enough to host world-class events in an intimate setting.
  • Miramont Castle

    9 Capitol Hill Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 1011
    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.
  • Glen Eyrie

    3820 North 30th Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 634 0808
    This Tudor-style castle, built in 1904 by General Palmer, sits on 700 acres along the foothills amidst tall pine trees, beautifully landscaped lawns and stunning rock formations. Primarily used today for Christian camps and conferences, limited daily tours of the castle are still available. Come for afternoon English Cream Tea and a bit of history on the side. Tea is served with scones, seasonal fruit and sweets in a Victorian setting. Dine like royalty in the elegant King James dining room where delicious food is plentiful and served buffet style. Meals are always chef's choice, with menus available one week in advance.
  • Royal Gorge Bridge & Park

    4218 County Road 3A Canon City, CO 81212 United States - Phone: +1 719 275 7507
    Hanging 1,053 feet above the Arkansas River is the world's highest suspension bridge. Looking down the narrow canyon with steep granite cliffs, it is hard to imagine how this spectacular bridge was constructed in 1929 without any major accidents. Riding the aerial tram or the world's steepest incline train through the gorge offers heart-stopping excitement. A visitors center, nature center, restaurant and kiddie rides are all part of this magnificent 500-acre park. Located in Canon City, one-hour southwest of Colorado Springs.
  • Pikes Peak

    Pikes Peak Highway Colorado Springs, CO 80901 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 7325
    Towering 14,110 feet above Colorado Springs, this mountain serves as one of the nation's most famous landmarks. Access to the summit can be obtained via the Pike's Peak Cog Railway, or by driving the Pikes Peak Highway which winds through stands of pine and aspen before cresting above treeline. Katherine Lee Bates was so moved by her visit to the summit that it inspired her to pen America the Beautiful. Bring a jacket as the temperature is about 20 degrees cooler up top.
  • United States Air Force Academy

    2304 Cadet Drive Air Force Academy, CO 80840 United States - Phone: +1 719 333 2025 / +1 719 333 1110
    This scenic pine filled campus with a Rocky Mountain backdrop is home to America's future Air Force officers. Enter Colorado's third most popular attraction at the North Gate for a glimpse of a B-52 bomber. Travel six miles to the visitor center, chock-full of exhibits, short films and a gift shop. Tour the stunning Cadet Chapel with 17 magnificent spires reaching 150 feet into the sky. Or check out Falcon Stadium where the Air Force Falcons Football team plays, and keep an eye above where the skies are colored with cadets practicing parachuting and flying Thunderbird jets.
  • Pike's Peak Cog Railway

    515 Ruxton Ave Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 5401

    Since 1891, the world's highest cog railroad has been chugging tourists up Pikes Peak to its summit of 14,110 feet. The three hour and ten minute trip, which includes 30 minutes on the summit, winds through stands of pine and aspen before ascending above treeline and offering stunning views of Colorado. The air is cool on top so pack an extra jacket. Box lunches are available by request.

  • Memorial Park

    1605 East Pikes Peak Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5940(City Park Council)
    This 193-acre park offers more recreation and entertainment options than most cruise ships. Besides the usual park offerings of tennis courts, ball fields, jogging paths and picnic shelters, it also offers swimming, fishing and sailing on Prospect Lake, as well as year round ice skating and hockey in the Sertich Ice Center. The park also plays host to the Colorado Balloon Classic and the annual 4th of July Celebration. Picnic shelters can be reserved in advance for family picnics and such.
  • Palmer Park

    3650 Maizeland Road Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5940
    If you lack the time to wander into the mountains for a hike, this city park provides a quick and surprisingly bucolic alternative. Hiking, biking and horseback riding trails fan throughout the park's foliage-thick hills and bluffs. Some portions of the trails yield little hint that downtown is just minutes away. In addition, there are plenty of baseball, softball and soccer fields, as well as volleyball courts. Picnic shelters and restrooms make it conducive for summer gatherings.
  • Starsmore Discovery Center

    2120 South Cheyenne Canyon Road Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 6086
    If your idea of roughing it is driving in a car without power windows and could use some introduction to the outdoor-mountain scene, this is a smart spot to visit. Nature exhibits and dioramas offer insight on the animals that call the Rocky Mountains home, and mineral displays explain why miners once flocked to Colorado. A bird watching window offers great views and an indoor climbing wall provides a safe learning environment for testing mountaineering skills.
  • North Cheyenne Canyon Park

    2110 North Cheyenne Canyon Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5940(City Park Council)
    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.
  • Acacia Park

    115 E Platte Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5940
    City founder, General William Jackson Palmer, donated this park in 1871 giving it the dubious distinction of being Colorado Spring's first park. Located downtown, it provides a nice lunch respite for brown-bagging business people. A large band shell has live musical entertainment during the summer, and on Monday's the park hosts the ever-popular Farmers Market. Recreational options abound including horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts and playgrounds for kids. Rest rooms and public telephones are numerous.
  • Pikes Peak Mountain Bike Tours

    113 South 28th St Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 888 593 3062
    This mountain bike tour company is different in that it requires very little uphill climbing. Vehicles transport you to the top of your tour's starting point so all you do is glide downhill. Tours vary in length and ability. The self-guided Easy Rider Tour is perfect for families and allows you to ride at your own pace. Advanced riders love the Single Track Mania Tour which features 25 miles of guided single track riding. All tours use state-of-the-art Kona bikes.
  • Pikes Peak Alpine School

    823 E Monument St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 630 3934
    This alpine school redefines the term of "higher" learning, and, unlike this bad pun, receives strong praise. Well-trained guides can teach you the skills and techniques needed to scale cliffs of ice, ski the back country and mountain climb. Rock climbing lessons, its most popular offering, usually take place on the rocks at Garden of the Gods and are open to all skill levels. Private lessons are given and all equipment is provided. Also popular are guided technical and non-technical Pikes Peak climbs.
  • North Slope Recreation Area

    Pikes Peak Toll Rd Cascade, CO 80901 United States - Phone: +1 719 227 5200
    If time is thin, yet you still want to experience Colorado's famed outdoors, this recreation area allows you to escape the city without having to drive two hours into the mountains. The area is bloated with 2,267 pristine acres that are complemented by the stunning backdrop of Pikes Peak. Three large lakes serve as scenic arenas for matching wits with trout. Boats are allowed, but gas engines are prohibited. Over eight miles of mountain biking trails vein the area, and plenty of picnic spots abound. Call ahead for varying dates.
  • Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site

    3105 Gateway Road Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 578 6777
    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.
  • Colorado College

    14 East Cache La Poudre Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 389 6000
    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.
  • Old Colorado City Historic District

    W Colorado Ave & 24th St Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 4112
    This three-block historic district of restored brick buildings once served as Colorado's original capitol back in 1861. Today it is both a shopping and dining magnet. Old brick buildings and thick towering trees hem both sides of Colorado Avenue to create a visually appealing throwback feel, without relying upon touristy gimmicks and campy decorations. The district is jammed with 113 shops, galleries and restaurants that all have the refreshing distinction of not being chains. Special events such as Territory Days draw big crowds.
  • Mueller State Park

    21045 Highway 67 South Divide, CO 80814 United States - Phone: +1 719 687 2366
    Mueller State Park is a mere 30 minutes from Colorado Springs and allows for complete forest access without needing a four-wheel drive vehicle to do so. It sports 55 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking that wind through thick stands of pine and aspen, and lend for great wildlife viewing opportunities. Fall is especially magical when the aspens become ablaze in gold. There is plenty of private tree camping. Fishing is allowed, but the action in the park's small ponds is weak.
  • Buckskin Joe Frontier Town & Railway

    1289 County Road 3A Canon City, CO 81212 United States - Phone: +1 719 275 5149
    Get on board the railway and enjoy the scenic views, but stay alert because this throwback to the Wild West is full of surprises. Buckskin Joe Frontier Town & Railway brings you back to a time when outlaws ran ramped, starting gunfights whenever they felt like it, and it was up to the sheriff to lay down the law of the land. The authentic buildings and rustic surroundings make you feel as though you've entered a time warp, and with the Golden Nugget restaurant serving up buffalo meat burgers your stomach won't be left out either. Children under 3 and dogs are always free. See website for group deals and seasonal schedules.
  • America the Beautiful Park

    126 Cimino Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5940(City Park Council)
    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.
  • George's Union Station

    2419 North Union Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 227 7168
    It's as if George's Union Station pumps zest into the life of people in the city—the place is that zippy! The stage and acoustics at this music club is just too good. Every single person in the crowd is bound to get swayed with the music that the band plays here every time. You are in for a great treat at Union Station after a tiring day; fun, fashion and spirit define this place well.
  • Woodmen Valley Chapel

    290 East Woodmen Road Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States - Phone: +1 719 599 8652
    Woodmen Valley Chapel works as a community that sermonizes spiritual growth through service to mankind. The chapel dons a rather modern appearance for something that is a congregation of believers of evangelical fellowship. Woodmen Valley Chapel follows Jesus Christ and his beliefs. Among several ministries of the chapel, entrusting faith in others is one that helps people realize the value of love. There's ministry for most social living as sports and recreation, bookstore, employment, women and children.
  • First United Methodist Church

    420 North Nevada Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 8522
    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.
  • Sunrise United Methodist Church

    2655 Briargate Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 598 7013
    Sunrise United Methodist Church believes in spreading the Word of God to all and preaching the way to lead a better life with hope and faith in Jesus. The church is bustling with activities like the choirs, wedding reception, classes for kids and adults, band rehearsals, Sunrise United Methodist dinner party and much more. Also there are programs conducted by the church supporting various causes like child and youth programs.
  • First Congregational Church

    20 East Saint Vrain Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 3549
    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.
  • Rocky Mountain Calvary Chapel

    4285 North Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 597 1133
    This church was founded in the 1960s and designated itself as non-denominational. From the start, the church has placed an emphasis on attracting disenfranchised young people without alienating the present congregation. Services are held on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays - check the website for more details.
  • The Nature & Raptor Center of Pueblo

    5200 Nature Center Road Pueblo, CO 81003 United States - Phone: +1 719 549 2414
    The Nature & Raptor Center of Pueblo is a fabulous center for wild animals and birds. Located at the Arkansas River, the center is facilitated for aquatic, avian as well as terrestrial wild creatures. The Raptor Center here is a huge attraction and is involved with taking in injured birds of prey to treat them till they are healthy. The facility also has play areas and picnic grounds, ball courts, biking facilities and more. There is a restaurant on the premise so you can grab a bite when you're hungry. For more information, do check the website or call ahead.
  • Pueblo Zoo

    3455 Nuckolls Avenue Pueblo, CO 81005 United States - Phone: +1 719 561 1452
    Located in the City Park in Pueblo, the Pueblo Zoo houses about 420 animals of 140 species. The areas of the park are divided into different parts based on the animals housed like the Serengeti Safari,  North American Grasslands and many more.
  • North Cheyenne Cañon Park

    3440 North Cheyenne Canyon Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5940(City Park Council)
    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.
  • Pikes Peak Highway

    4770 Pikes Peak Highway Cascade, CO 80809 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 7325(Tourist Information)
    Apart from the Pikes Peak Cog Railway, the other way to reach the 14,115 feet high Pikes Peak is by the Pikes Peak Highway. The journey to the top along this scenic 19-mile highway would take you through the pristine and scenic locale of the alpines. The highway was constructed in 1915 and is maintained by the council of Colorado Springs. The highway is used for an annual event known as Pikes Peak International Hillclimb competition and other classic adventurous events. Call for more information.
  • Cheyenne Mountain State Park

    410 JL Ranch Heights Colorado Springs, CO 80926 United States - Phone: +1 719 576 2016
    Explore the 1,680 acres (680 hectares) of Cheyenne Mountain State Park. With 20 miles (32 kilometers) of hiking and biking trails, you'll have to visit more than once in order to see all of the beautiful landscapes this park has to offer. The park offers regular events, including guided bird hikes and programs for kids. These events are a great way to get outside and learn something new. 
  • Greenland Open Space Trail

    1200 East Noe Road Larkspur, CO 80118 United States - Phone: +1 303 660 7495
  • Cripple Creek

    Cripple Creek Cripple Creek, CO 80813 United States - Phone: +1 877 858 4653(Tourist Information) /+1 719 689 2502
    Nestled among the Rock Mountains, in the Teller County of Colorado, Cripple Creek is a city that boasts a rich heritage and history. Born out of the great Gold Rush of Colorado, Cripple Creek used to be a typical settlement of Native Americans until the 'mountain men' arrived to hunt beavers for their fur, and it is these men who would later discover the wealth of gold hidden in Pikes Peak. The Gold Rush ushered in a new phase of opulence, development of transport, and its own share of civil problems. Today, the area still is a hub for gold mining, which visitors can witness by visiting the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mine. A quintessential tourist town, Cripple Creek has it all: history, culture, entertainment, and adventure. See the website to know more.
  • Fox Run Regional Park

    Off Roller Coaster Road Colorado Springs, CO 80921 United States - Phone: +1 719 520 6375
    Colorado Springs boasts off excellent parks and recreation spaces, the Fox Run Regional Park being one of them. This vast stretch of greenery features well-maintained lawns and lovely ponds. Blessed with picturesque surroundings, its on-site gazebo makes for an excellent venue for weddings and wedding photography. And, sports enthusiasts need not fret, as the Fox Run park has outdoor facilities like playgrounds, sand volleyball court and a horseshoe pit. You can also head here for a short day trip as it is equipped with separate picnic pavilions complete with charcoal grills. Be it your gang of friends or your family, the Fox Run Regional Park befits requirements of different age groups. For details, check website.
  • Cadet Chapel

    Cadet Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80840 United States - Phone: +1 719 333 4515
    The Cadet Chapel, part of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs is a multi-religious center that is known best for its precise architecture. Made of hundred identical tetrahedrons of aluminum and glass, it has a spectacular display of kaleidoscopic colors on the inside, due to the effect of sunlight on the windows. There are 17 spires that rise to a height of 150 feet (46 meters). It consists of Protestant, Jewish, Catholic and Buddhist worship rooms. There is a Falcon Room for pagan followers while the  All-Faiths Room accommodates other religions.
  • Evergreen Cemetery

    1005 Hancock Expressway Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 6251
    Established in the late 19th Century, the Evergreen Cemetery is one of the oldest community cemeteries in Colorado Springs. It spreads across 220 acres (89 hectares) and is the final resting place of several political and military luminaries that have made significance contributions to the city's heritage. Take a tour of the verdant grounds by foot or on bicycle and soak in its sombre and serenity.
  • Cañon City Downtown Historic District

    632 Main Street Cañon City, CO 81212 United States - Phone: +1 719 269 9011(Tourist Information)
    The Cañon City Historic District was initially inaugurated and maintained by the Cañon City Claim Club. The local people of the community had voted and they settled on the name Town of Canyon City. It was due to a mistake by the correspondent reporting the story, who used a Spanish spelling, therefore giving the city its name as it is today. The district in on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Cascade

    Cascade Cascade, CO 80809 United States
    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.
  • Divide

    County Road 5 Divide, CO 80814 United States - Phone: +1 719 494 3740(Tourist Information)
    Divide is a census-designated place located on the U.S. Highway 24. The area, though small, has a plethora of options for recreation. It has a wide range of activities for everyone and for every age. Adventure sports, outdoor activities, scenic attractions and good dining options, Divide has it all.
  • Fountain Creek

    Bandley Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80817 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 7506(Tourist Information)
    As the name suggests, the Fountain Creek is a creek that spans across the El Paso and Pueblo counties of Colorado. Flowing through several communities and areas, it finally converges with the Arkansas River. While exploring the adjoining area, tourists can visit the nearby Fountain Creek Nature Center that gives an insight into different aspects of environment.
  • Frederick H. Cossitt Memorial Hall

    906 North Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 389 6939
    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.
  • Hornbek House

    Teller County Road 1 Florissant, CO 80816 United States
    Hornbek House or the Adaline Hornbek Homestead was constructed in 1878 as a ranch. This estate is now a part of the vast Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument and was placed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
  • San Isabel National Forest

    County Road 185A Pueblo, CO 81201 United States - Phone: +1 719 553 1400
    The significant San Isabel National Forest is primly situated in the central Colorado region in the United States. It is highly famous for its enormously heightened peaks that range over approximately 14,000 foot (4300 square meters) high, the highest point being Mount Albert. The whole forest area is spread across a vast area of 1,120,233 acres (4,533.42 square kilometers).
  • Pueblo City Park Carousel

    800 Goodnight Avenue Pueblo, CO 81005 United States - Phone: +1 719 553 2790
    A major attraction at the Pueblo City Park, this historic carousel has been putting smiles on kids faces since 1911. The carousel was built by Charles Wallace Parker, a company renowned for such amusement rides and features beautiful detailing on its carved horses and other features. A regular features at the park, this relic from the past has been impeccably maintained, and still manages to thrill among the sea of modern amusement rides.
  • Pueblo County Courthouse

    215 West 10th Street Pueblo, CO 81003 United States - Phone: +1 719 583 6000
    Built in 1912, this imposing brick and sandstone edifice houses the county's courthouse and its various functions. The magnificent building was constructed in the Beaux Arts style of architecture, and is one of the most striking, historical buildings in the city.
  • The Colorado Springs School

    21 Broadmoor Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 475 9747
    Established in 1962, The Colorado Springs School, popularly called either Claremont or CSS, is located on the Broadmoor Avenue. Catering to educational needs of students from preschool to the 12th grade, the school is known for its preference towards experiential learning, which highlights the need of “real world encounters” to educate the youth. Spread over 32-acres (13 hectares) of beautifully landscaped area, the Colorado Springs School is one of the most popular college-preparatory schools in the city.
  • Mountain Shadows Park

    5151 Flying West Ranch Road Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States
    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.
  • Angelo's Pizza Parlor

    223 South Union Avenue Pueblo, CO 81003 United States - Phone: +1 719 544 8588
    Serving the Capitol Hill neighborhood for over 25 years, the Lavero family has learned the imitative secret of making good crispy dough to hold perfect blends of cheeses and toppings. The unassuming white brick facade carries an aged look, and the dark and worn dining area covers two quiet, comfortable rooms. Besides pizza the kitchen also offers an assortment of Italian standards, including calzones and an array of pasta dishes. The Tiramisu is a great way to close out the meal. Wine and beer are also available.
  • Briarhurst Manor

    404 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 1864 / +1 877 685 1448(Toll Free)
    For a truly classic dining experience, check out this restaurant housed in a restored Victorian mansion. Diners can choose to be seated in one of several rooms or on the patio during the summer months, where a string quartet provides live entertainment. The menu is ambitious and offers such dishes as Colorado Trout, Braised Rabbit, and Roasted Cornish Game Hen. Vegetarians can find a few choice items to conform with their tastes too.
  • Adam's Mountain Cafe

    934 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 1430
    This little cafe has cultivated a loyal clientele for years, thanks to a warm and inviting dining room. The open, airy space is filled with lush green plants and antique wooden furnishings—a decor that reflects the diverse menu. Breakfast is the most popular meal served here, thanks to a healthy but tasty selection of foods and juices. The lunch menu features light fare like salads, deli sandwiches and pasta. Dinner includes a wide variety of globally diverse dishes.
  • El Tesoro Restaurant & Gallery

    10 N Sierra Madre St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 0106
    This establishment, which in the past has served as a brothel as well as an artist studio, has finally found its place as a combination art gallery and eatery. The decor is a cross between utilitarian urban and American southwest, reflecting the aesthetic of those who display their work without losing its regional flavor. The menu, however, has a definite southwestern lean, with classic dishes like burritos, enchiladas and specialties such as the Tomatillo Shrimp and the Carne Adovada.
  • MacKenzie's Chop House

    128 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 3536
    Keep your eyes open for the rich and famous; this downtown locale is popular with visiting celebrities. Elegant decor and superb service equate into a wow-this-is-great dining experience. Steak dominates the menu and the portions are so large that it has been rumored that some diners have asked for a power saw instead of a steak knife. The bar offers an outstanding selection of wines and martinis. Opens on Sundays at 5pm.
  • Stagecoach Inn

    702 Manitou Ave Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 9400
    This rustic crowd-pleaser has history to thank for its name. Located in the building that was the original stage stop for the town, the restaurant still exhibits plenty of Victorian charm. The menu offers a wide assortment of American and international dishes. Many items border on the fringe of normal fare including the slow-roasted buffalo being the perfect example. If you are somewhat less adventurous, stick with the prime rib or one of the many seafood, poultry, vegetarian or pasta choices.
  • Cliff House

    306 Canon Ave Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 3000
    Elegant decor, combined with art deco accents, ensures a sophisticated dining experience that you are certain to enjoy. The setting is extremely popular with tourists, but do not be surprised if you witness power breakfasts and lunches going on all around you. You can expect to find an assortment of exotic specialty dishes on the diverse menu which includes pan seared scallops and roasted duck. The meal presentations resemble works of abstract art. Special breakfast and lunch menus are available. Special prices apply during certain hours; call for more details.
  • Hatch Cover

    252 East Cheyenne Mountain Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 576 5223
    The name is interesting in its own right, but the real attraction here is the tableside meal preparation. Flambe-style cooking never fails to attract a crowd, and it certainly fills the tables at this extremely popular eatery. The overall feel is casual and friendly. Expect to have a lot of fun when dining here. The pepper steak is one of many delicious entrees, but the desserts are the ultimate flavor treats. Flambe cooking would be nothing without classics like Bananas Foster and Cherries Jubilee. If you are dining with others, order them both and share.
  • The Warehouse

    25 West Cimarron Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 475 8880
    Dress up or down for dining in this smart, casual restaurant located in an old renovated warehouse. The noise level can get a bit high at peak times, but it still enjoys a great deal of popularity with the business class. Maybe the menu is simply too appealing to pass up. The menu is pricey, but creative entrees like white bean and mushroom gnocchi or wild boar Osso Buco are worth the expense. Ask for a nice bottle of the California house wine, or opt for several more exotic selections.
  • Tajine Alami

    10 Old Mans Trail Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 1119
    Step into the culture of Morocco for a dining experience that you will not soon forget. Student belly dancers, along with their instructors, perform for diners on Fri and Sat. Try the national dish, cous cous, or any of more than 35 authentic Moroccan entrees. Options include lamb, Tajines, duck and hare. Dishes may be ordered a la carte, or you can opt for the six-course nightly dinner special.
  • Carrabba's Italian Grill

    7120 Campus D Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 264 0401
    This bustling Italian eatery, with its "Americanized" cuisine, is the perfect gathering place for families, couples and business diners. Warm and friendly service can always be counted on to nicely enhance the dining experience. Try a full-size, puffed-crust pizza with an abundance of toppings for everyone to share, or sample a smaller pizzette or pasta dish. The Shrimp Linguine Diablo is perfect for those who enjoy full flavor with a lighter feel. Smoking is not allowed, and reservations are not accepted.
  • Edelweiss German Restaurant

    34 East Ramona Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 2220
    For a taste of the German experience, try this fabulous restaurant. The interior reflects the theme of the menu without going overboard. Accordion fans will want to visit on the weekend when live music is played. It is hard to say if you should order the potato pancakes or the bacon potato salad to go with your wurst and homemade kraut. Both are delicious, so sampling each might not be a bad idea. The potluck platter is the best choice for hearty diners who like to share.
  • India Palace

    5644 North Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 535 9196
    This quaint little restaurant is an Indian favorite in Colorado Springs. The interior is simple and welcoming. Expect to find a lot of business diners here during lunch for the buffet, but families dominate the evenings. Menu favorites include delicious oven-baked Tandoori plates of chicken or breads. The kebabs are all traditional favorites as well.
  • Jose Muldoon's

    222 North Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 636 2311
    This downtown mainstay with its open patio is a perfect perch for people watching on busy Tejon Street. Multi-colored chairs and tables lend it a festive feel, which translates into a vibrant bar scene. Dive into some tasty fajitas, served with all the complements and fresh flour or corn tortillas. Vegetarians can find many meal options. There is plenty of bottled beer and over 50 tequila options, and the Sunday margarita brunch (9:30am-3pm) is very popular, served with a complimentary margarita, mimosa or sangria. During brunch, children eat for free when they order from the kid's menu.
  • Luigi's

    947 South Tejon St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 632 7339
    Local diners have labeled this friendly, family cafe, which has been serving Colorado Springs since 1958, as one of the "best Italian restaurants in the area." The cozy dining room is perfect for romantic couples, but also appeals to families with kids. Traditional Italian classics, such as linguine and lasagna, and signature dishes are all impressive, but the dessert pizzas are the real "must-have" for most diners. Reservations are required for large parties, and smoking is not allowed. Open Tuesday to Sunday at 5pm.
  • Marigold Cafe and Bakery

    4605 Centennial Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States - Phone: +1 719 599 4776
    This sophisticated looking bakery has become a landmark on busy Centennial Boulevard. Diners appreciate that there is a separate take-out area so as to eliminate the usual hurried bakery atmosphere. Sandwiches are a popular lunch item. Try a buttery, flaky croissant sandwich, and it will not matter which meat you choose—the croissant makes the sandwich all by itself. Daily chef specials include pasta and pizza. Dessert options are a sugar lover's dream. Buy a slice of carrot cake or take a whole one home. Also open for dinner.
  • Ritz Grill

    15 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 8484
    The boisterous, fun-filled atmosphere of this popular grill appeals to diners of all types. Despite the somewhat pretentious name, you can expect to enjoy your meal in a dining room that is classy, but not overly stuffy. Happy Hour is very popular as is the patio area that borders busy Tejon Street. Live music (free) plays four nights a week. The menu is small but diverse and includes Chicken Jambalaya, Thai Beef Salad and Pasta Spanakopita. Sunday brunch is extremely popular and offers free mimosas.
  • Uwe's German Restaurant

    31 North Iowa Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 475 1611
    For almost 15 years this small, family restaurant with a big reputation has been serving authentic German fare. Despite its heavy German lean the interior does not, thankfully, go overboard with German decor. The menu includes potato and sausage soup, weiner schnitzel, Rouladen, sauerbraten and goulash. The full bar includes a limited wine list and a nice selection of, German and European beers. Saturdays feature live music.
  • Pepper Tree Restaurant

    888 West Moreno Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80905 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 4888
    Dining al fresco in Colorado is a singular experience, and this hilltop restaurant has one of the most breathtaking views in the city. The atmosphere is very formal (the waitstaff wears tuxedos) and is popular with the Colorado Springs social set. Diners are treated to meals prepared right at their table, a nice touch of personal service. The menu has remained pretty standard over the years, featuring favorites like the restaurant's signature pepper steak, but the chef occasionally offers dishes that push the current culinary boundaries. A full wine list is available.
  • Phantom Canyon Brewing Company

    2 East Pikes Peak Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 2800
    The fact that this popular brewery and restaurant sells its own T-shirts at the front entrance is a strong sign that this place is extremely popular. The menu is mostly American cuisine with global influences, featuring everything from burgers to fish and chips to baked ziti. The interior is dominated by hardwood flooring and a wall of windows. Outdoor seating, though limited, is very popular during the warm months. Above the dining area is a huge billiards room. The crowds tend to be of the 30-something kind.
  • Fujiyama

    28 South Tejon St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 630 1167
    This trendy Japanese restaurant is popular with the business crowd by day and assorted sushi lovers by night. The interior has an "up-to-the-minute" contemporary look that gives it a Los Angeles feel. The patio area is small, but offers a great people watching view. Assorted sushi selections are the most popular choices, but the sashimi is also worth a try. If you are extremely picky, the diverse menu offers a deep choice of alternative selections. Sake and wine is available, but the restaurant does not have a full bar. Reservations are required for large parties, and smoking is not allowed.
  • House of Yakitori

    2431 North Union Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 630 7507
    Enjoy exotic Asian décor and an amazing view through glass walls while dining in this Japanese sushi bar. Named one of the "Best New Restaurants" in 1998 by famed Esquire food writer John Mariani, it offers an overall dining experience that is well worth the trip. Try traditional sushi or sample a taco with spicy octopus. Just remember that spicy to the Japanese translates into solar flare hot. A full bar is not available. Reservations are required for large parties.
  • China Gourmet

    466 N Murray Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 591 1628
    This elegant restaurant offers diners a chance to enjoy a classy, Old World dining experience. Tuxedo-clad waiters add to the effect of quiet elegance that generally prevails. It is a good idea to dust off your finest designer wear before coming here, or you might end up feeling under-dressed. East meets West in cuisine that exhibits more than a few French accents. Dishes like Duck a la Empress can get expensive, but you can rest assured that it will be money well spent. Limited bar and wine offerings are available.
  • Taste of India

    4820 Flintridge D Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 598 3428
    Brick interior walls, tree-size plants and hanging Oriental carpets give this popular Indian restaurant a truly unusual identity. The upbeat jazz music playing softly in the background may at first seem to be out of place, but the end result is soothing and satisfying. It is a perfect spot for friendly gatherings and casual business lunches. Most menu items, like the char-grilled Beef Kebobs, have been "Americanized" to appeal to a broader range of tastes and are certain to please barbecue lovers.
  • Saigon Cafe

    20 East Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 2888
    This bustling Vietnamese cafe, with its warm, casual interior, is the perfect gathering place for chatty pho-noodle soup lovers. Bring in your friends or casual business clients for the perfect light lunch. Warm and friendly service can always be counted on to nicely enhance the total experience. Although many options are available, the Beef Pho is the house specialty and the unanimous favorite of patrons. It opens early for brunch-time diners. Besides the ambiance and authentic flavors, guests will also adore the unbelievably low prices. Alcohol is not available.
  • Bombers

    460 North Murray Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 574 8282
    Bombers is a sports bar that provides great entertainment and food. You can watch the sports game and there are pool tables, foosball tables and darts. Drink specials are available on selected nights, but vary from week to week. There are also events throughout the week, including Texas Hold'em Poker and pool tournaments.
  • Country USA

    2493 South Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 574 2148
    Let your hair down and relax in a festive western atmosphere that excels at old-fashioned country hospitality. Live country-and-western bands play to a packed house every Friday and Saturday, while disc jockeys take care of spinning the country tunes during the week. The hardwood dance floor comes alive as locals and visitors dance the night away. Karaoke is a great feature of this bar, bring the whole family!
  • El Dorado Lounge

    11 North Circle D Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 9811
    This bar and live music venue is a great place to enjoy a night on the town. Featuring some of the region's best touring bands, the bar's main attractions are great drinks and great music. The bar offers over 140 different types of beer, domestic and imported. Other drinks offered include mixed, frozen and on-the-rocks drinks, cappuccino and espresso. Premium cigars and scotches are also available to help you relax and unwind.
  • Coach's Sports Bar

    729 W Garden of the Gods Rd Colorado Springs, CO 80907 United States - Phone: +1 719 599 8229
    A sports bar might seem like a strange place to relax after a morning run, but the breakfast offerings at this place attract runners in droves. Evidently, runners consider it to be perfect for replacing all those burned-off calories. The afternoon and evening crowds are more impressed with the big-screen TV, disc jockeys and occasional live music. Beyond breakfast, the menu features old-fashioned American favorites like hamburgers and French fries. There is a full bar, but the beer selections are the most popular beverages.
  • Underground Bar

    110 North Nevada Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 578 7771
    The Underground presents a wide variety of entertainment to Colorado Springs throughout the week. Wednesday Wellness Nights are especially popular. Sunday game days, karaoke several times a week, drag shows and poker nights are just some of the themed events you will encounter at the Underground any given week. The club typically attracts a rowdy 20-something crowd and is open to all ages on Sundays.
  • Glen Eyrie

    3820 North 30th Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 634 0808
    This Tudor-style castle, built in 1904 by General Palmer, sits on 700 acres along the foothills amidst tall pine trees, beautifully landscaped lawns and stunning rock formations. Primarily used today for Christian camps and conferences, limited daily tours of the castle are still available. Come for afternoon English Cream Tea and a bit of history on the side. Tea is served with scones, seasonal fruit and sweets in a Victorian setting. Dine like royalty in the elegant King James dining room where delicious food is plentiful and served buffet style. Meals are always chef's choice, with menus available one week in advance.
  • Meadow Muffins

    2432 West Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 0583
    This is one of those rare establishments that is so different that it appeals to both locals and tourists. Housed in a corner, brick building built in the 1800s, its wooden interior exudes the typical "Frontier" look. Yet the ceiling, which resembles a suspended antique mall, is adorned with odd artifacts such as an Egyptian boat, a stagecoach and a jukebox seen in a Lost in Space episode. The menu offers burgers, sandwiches and finger food. The bar is stocked. Live music plays on weekends, and there is also DJ dancing.
  • Wild Ginger

    3020 West Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 634 5025
    In an area that swells with Old West-style restaurants, this establishment serves as a wonderful taste bud alternative to southwestern fare. This red booth filled establishment provides plenty of room so as not to suffer from the usual Asian restaurant decorating motif of crammed together tables. If you enjoy spice, the menu offers plenty of Thai-spicy dishes, including the Pattaya Seafood and the Pineapple Prawns. There are many vegetarian options. Beer and wine are available.
  • Front Range Barbeque

    2330 West Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 632 2596
    There is no mistaking this pearl of a restaurant as being a chain. Located in a residential house, you almost wonder if you must knock before entering. The interior is tiny and is divided into three separate rooms. The small bar with one small TV looks like the kind of thing you would find in a fraternity house's basement. Yet, it drips with refreshing character. The menu, as expected, features barbecue ribs as well as other tasty dishes such as catfish and red beans and rice.
  • Fargo's Pizza Company

    2910 E Platte Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 473 5540
    Victorian buildings usually do not conjure images of pizza rolling chefs, but this restaurant manages to merge the two into an immensely popular dining environment. The white structure is massive and the inside resembles an old Victorian gambling hall. Seating spills out over two floors. Pizza is the king of the menu. Specialty pies include the Friday Pizza, which is topped with shrimp and mushrooms. Pasta, sandwiches and salads are also available. The carrot cake is not to be ignored. Call for opening hours.
  • Jun Japanese Restaurant

    1769 Dublin Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 531 9368
    Since 1991 when this sushi-center opened, it has been recognized by the local press as one of the top Japanese restaurants in Colorado Springs. Each day it flies in fresh fish to assure its diners of top-notch sushi. The offerings are many and include octopus, sea eel and tear-inducing spicy tuna roll. Entrees are just as varied and feature tempura plates, and specialty items such as Teriyaki Squid and Salmon Kasuzuke.
  • La Casita Patio Cafe

    306 S 8th St Colorado Springs, CO 80905 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 9616
    This festive restaurant has quite a reputation for "how-can-it-be-this-inexpensive" Mexican fare. The interior is adorned with Mexican-styled decorations, but not to the campy point of overkill. Fajitas, tamales, enchiladas and all the other staples of Mexican fare are all offered. The salsa bar includes four options ranging from mild to "quick-jam-a-fire-extinguisher-in-my-mouth" hot. Try the fried ice cream for dessert. Beer and margaritas are available.
  • Jake & Telly's

    2616 West Colorado Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 0406
    This gem of a place is the dining surprise of Old Colorado City. It is akin to stepping into a restaurant along the Mediterranean coast. The interior is amazingly light and airy, and manages to blend casual with elegance. As the area's only full-service Greek restaurant, it prides itself on complete authenticity. Aegean lamb, brizoles (pork chops) and chicken Mavrodaphne are just some of the Greek dishes that cram its menu. There are also dips, salads and plenty of Greek wines.
  • Jack Quinn Irish Alehouse & Pub

    21 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 0766
    This popular pub brings Colorado Springs a hint of Ireland. The interior is very "United States-version-of-an-Irish-pub" typical and includes the expected dark wooden booths and brick walls. Nevertheless, it is appealing and offers a nice change from the usual chain look. Pretzel & Guinness sausage kabobs, corned beef and cabbage and bangers and mash are dinner menu highlights, as is the traditional Irish breakfast. Guinness is served on tap, so yes black and tans are available.
  • Charlie's Pit Bar-B-Que

    4325 North Nevada Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80907 United States - Phone: +1 719 266 4355
    Alas, a ribs establishment that does not boast of award winning barbecue sauce. Instead, it lets the local press lavish it with praise for being one of the best rib houses in Colorado Springs. The mood is wonderfully casual which allows one to become lathered with barbecue sauce without feeling downright silly. Ribs, as expected, dominate the menu and include pork spare ribs, baby backs and spicy Cajun ribs. There is also a small offering of Mexican dishes.
  • La Baguette French Bakery - Cafe

    2417 West Colorado Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 4818
    It is an odd mesh to find this French cafe-like gem in the Western themed historic district of Old Colorado City. Exposed brick walls, tall windows that lend for perfect people watching, and the heady scents of baking bread and freshly ground coffee make this a very popular stop. Espresso, cappuccino and lattes are all offered and make for perfect companions to its food menu of croissants, fruit plates, cheeses, breads and its highly praised French Onion soup. Late Sunday brunch features an omelet of the day.
  • The Margarita at Pine Creek

    7350 Pine Creek Road Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States - Phone: +1 719 598 8667
    If you had to select one restaurant in the area that combined superior setting, service and atmosphere without being snobbish, this "standing-ovation" of a restaurant would be it. Everything from the southwestern tiled floors to the adobe walled patio is drenched with care, making it resemble something one would expect to find in Santa Fe. The restaurant offers three ever-changing entrees, which usually include steak, seafood or southwestern fare. Saturdays feature chamber music. Reservations are strongly urged.
  • Poor Richard's Restaurant

    324 1/2 N Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 632 7721
    This nugget of a restaurant has a comfortable, funky feel to it, which is rare for a place that specializes in pizza. Often recognized as having the best pizza in Colorado Springs, it offers some unusual options such as whole-wheat crust and soy cheese, and toppings like steamed broccoli and zucchini. Salads - which you can build yourself, from a vast range of ingredients - soups, sandwiches and an array of vegetarian dishes round out the menu. Microbrews are on tap. Stop in on Wednesday nights for the weekly bluegrass jam. Call for opening hours.
  • Red Lobster

    4925 N Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 594 9494
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    3306 N Elizabeth Street Pueblo, CO 81008 United States - Phone: +1 719 544 1000
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    513 Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 591 1210
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    7815 N Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 260 6677
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Walter's Bistro

    146 East Cheyenne Mountain Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 630 0201
    The interior of Walter's is very much like a country house. A cozy fireplace with warm lighting and intimate tables are just some of the features you can look forward to. The menu features wholesome dishes such as blackened Colorado trout and pan-roasted half chicken. There is also an extensive wine list. Private dining rooms are available for parties and social gatherings.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    4687 Milestone Lane Castle Rock, CO 80104 United States - Phone: +1 303 814 0099
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    7065 Commerce centrer Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States - Phone: +1 719 590 6283
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    2895 New Center Point Colorado Springs, CO 80922 United States - Phone: +1 719 638 7650
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Thirsty Parrot Bar & Grill

    32 South Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 884 1094
    The Thirsty Parrot Bar & Grill is all about fresh tropical fruits, meats and seafood, seasoned with live music and fun. The restaurant serves alluring Caribbean cuisine along with some wondrous tropical drinks that would satiate every whim inside you. The vision of the restaurant reflects from its decor—bright and frisky. There's a sports bar inside for those who live and breathe sports. You will enjoy good music while relishing every bite of Island Chicken, Shrimp Scampi and Tequila Lime Chicken Skewers at Thirsty Parrot. Call for opening hours.
  • Penrose Room

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5733
    The Penrose Room is one of the most stylish dining options at The Broadmoor. It holds the honor of being the first and only Five Diamond restaurant in Colorado. The ambiance is elite and interiors are artistically appealing with an intense mixture of colors and style. The wine list is extensive and well matched with the delicious gourmet meals. This is fine dining at its best and a dress code is strictly followed. Alongside the exquisite cuisine, there is also live entertainment and dances held here weekly. Check website for details.
  • Summit Lounge

    19 Lake Circle Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5896
    Summit Lounge is a part of Summit, but is an attached lounge to the restaurant. As gorgeous as its bigger sister, it is complete with stylish touches of an interesting green, bar stools, LCD screens and comfy seats. IT is perfect for that aperitif with the boys or a drink after a dinner date. The wine menu here is impressive and the cocktails even more so, with signature cocktails like the Sparkling Summit, Mountain Mint Lemonade or the Caiparissima de Oro to name a few. Being a lounge, it mainly serves as a bar but to beat those little pangs of hunger, guests can enjoy "Small Plates" which are a sample tasting of the dinner menu. Sweet Potato and Pear Soup and Beer and Cheese Fondue are some of the specialties of the delicious fare. Opens everyday at 5pm.
  • Tavern

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5772
    The Tavern has been serving guests at The Broadmoor since 1938. The Tavern Orchestra here is bound to want to make you get up and dance. Or you can just sit and enjoy the music while diving into some of the best hand cut prime steaks in town. Seafood here is a specialty too, so is having the time of your life—Tavern absolutely insists. The decor of the Tavern has touches of Mayan with deep wooded tones and smart dressed waiters elegantly carrying trays of delicious food. Patio dining is also available in the glass-enclosed Garden Room.
  • Lake Terrace Dining Room

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5771 / +1 866 381 8432(Toll Free)
    The Lake Terrace Dining Room is gorgeous to look at, with elaborate interiors complete with pristine white floors, silver and gold touches in the decor and a beautiful grand piano in the background. The Broadmoor holds breakfasts, brunches and full meals in the dining room and guests are promised an experience to remember. From filet of Rocky Mountain trout to honey-baked ham, Belgian waffles, filet of beef tenderloin and Eggs Benedict to a variety of pastries and dessert selections, this place makes your mouth water with their contemporary menu and style of presentation. The famed Bananas Foster and splendid chocolate fountain is bound to keep you talking about it for days, so go ahead—indulge yourself!
  • Spa Café

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5733
    Spa Café is a well loved part of The Broadmoor Spa facility which is located at The Broadmoor. The café has a beautiful indoor pool as its backdrop. It offers normal spa fare, including healthy salads, sandwiches, appetizers, entrées and so much more, including a variety of beverages and juices. For those of you who aren't looking for the lighter options, there are a variety of exotic dishes like the Vine-Ripened Tomato à la Romana, Madras Green Curry Shrimp or something closer to home like the delicious Buffalo Hot Wings or the good ol' burger and fries. Hours vary seasonally; call for more details.
  • Golf Club Dining Room

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5782
    The Golf Club Dining Room at The Broadmoor is in close proximity to the golf course and is a great spot for refreshments after a good game. Imagine sitting on the spacious patio with the open large windows overlooking the green lawns and the relaxing presence of trees in the background. Watch golfers and their moves over a delicious homely meal. The kids will absolutely love this place, whether it's toasting marshmallows over the exterior fire pit or just gorging happily over s'mores! The club is open  for lunch daily; whereas dinner is served between May and October from Thursdays through Mondays.
  • Golf Club Grille

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5661
    The Golf Club Grille is adjacent to The Golf Club Dining Room and is a casual sports grille overlooking the large golfing grounds at The Broadmoor. The grille offers a takeout menu for those on the move. For those who prefer to sit and dine, they can enjoy the big-screen televisions or just gaze out at the beautiful expanse of green lawns and trees. Lunches are available daily but dinner is only held at the grill seasonally or for a special occasion. Hours vary seasonally; call for more details.
  • Southside Johnny's

    528 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 444 8487

    This biker haunt is the best place to visit if you are looking for some delicious drinks, amiable service, and simply awesome live music. Besides the entertainment, this place also rates high on its food menu, which of course is quite a rare thing for a place that promotes itself more as a bar cum entertainment venue. This is the ideal place to have a quiet drink on weekdays, and a smashing time over the weekend. Besides live music, patrons of Southside Johnny's can occasionally groove to DJ music as well.

  • Back East Bar & Grill

    9475 Briar Village Point Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 264 6161
    The family behind this bar and grill have many years of hospitality experience and, in the friendly service and tasty food, this expertise is evident. The food is mostly New York-style pizzas, alongside generously portioned salads, burgers and pasta. The bar has a good, down-to-earth feel and features weekly entertainment, including the best local music. Call for opening hours. 
  • The Blue Star

    1645 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 632 1086
    Established in 1995, this restaurant has served Colorado Springs surprising and innovative nouveau American cuisine. Combined with impeccable service and a fantastically extensive wine list, this stylish restaurant is one of Colorado Springs' premium gourmet destinations. The food is heavily influenced by Asian flavors - try the char-grilled pork belly lo-mein, or the perfectly spiced tofu pakora. Reservations are highly recommended.
  • The Airplane Restaurant

    1665 North Newport Road Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 570 7656
    The Airplane Restaurant is actually a restaurant built inside an old KC-97 tanker. It is a great place to bring kids along for the unique experience that it offers. Patrons can enjoy a scrumptious American meal sitting inside an actual plane. The waitresses here act like flight attendants and the aviation theme is carried on to the menu as well. Patrons are welcomed to walk inside the cockpit to have a virtual experience of flying a plane.
  • The Silver Tongue Devil Saloon

    10530 Ute Pass Avenue Green Mountain Falls, CO 80819 United States - Phone: +1 719 684 2555
    Looking for a hangout to gulp down a few pints of beer with your buddies? Then head to The Silver Tongue Devil Saloon that serves cold, locally crafted microbrews. Established in 1976, this saloon has served as a staple hangout for the locals since a long time. Regulars vouch for the amazing variety of American quick bites, BBQ dishes and pizzas that complement the beer. The wings served here taste exceptionally good when dipped in handmade traditional and BBQ sauce or Garlic Olive Oil. As for entertainment, the saloon hosts a number of local as well as touring bands who perform to rock, heavy metal, pop, jazz and country music. All in all, The Silver Tongue Devil is a fun and a laid back haunt for a good time. Call ahead to know more.
  • Nosh

    121 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 634 6674
    Located in Downtown Colorado Springs, Nosh is a restaurant serving American cuisine. The portions are large and packed with flavor, a real treat for your taste buds. Ordinarily, you may grimace at the thought of Brussels sprouts, but this restaurant manages to turn them into a real delicacy, what with the addition of kochujang chili sauce, candied citrus zest and polenta. Other plates you can share with the group include roasted cauliflower, chicken and waffles and grilled steak. Spicy bowls of classic shrimp and tofu are also scrumptious. Happy Hour is offered Monday through Friday.
  • Joseph's Fine Dining

    1606 South 8th Street Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 630 3631
    If you drive past Joseph's Fine Dining, which is quite easy to do, you will be truly sorry, for you will be missing out on a wonderful meal. Tableside preparations are a striking feature of this small restaurant, and you can have Joseph's hot spinach pernod, pepper steak and desserts like cherries jubilee flambéed by your table. Other delicacies you could gorge on include duck à l'Orange, shrimp tortellini puttanesca and steak a la Diane. For a truly memorable fine dining experience, Joseph's should make it to the top of your list.
  • Flatiron's American Bar & Grill

    2540 Tenderfoot Hill Street Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 576 2540
    Situated close to Broadmoor Towne Center, Flatiron's American Bar & Grill has some great food and drinks for you to enjoy. Mini pork tacos, tuna tartare and tempura-battered shrimp begin your American meal, and many scrumptious dishes follow. Taos chicken salad, cedar plank salmon, chicken and cheese enchiladas and the Flatiron Steak are signature creations you must try. For Sunday brunch, there are huevos rancheros, lemon-blueberry pancakes and many more tasty treats to devour. Gluten-free and children's menus are available. Draft and bottled beers, as well as many varieties of wine are on offer.
  • Mountain View Restaurant at Cheyenne Mountain Resort

    3225 Broadmoor Valley Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 538 4000
    One of the restaurants at the beautiful Cheyenne Mountain Resort, the Mountain View Restaurant really does live up to its name. The outdoor terrace is the eatery's main drawing card, affording breathtaking views of the mountains. Although the views are the main talking point, the food, too is worthy of mention. From their post at the open-air kitchen, the chefs whip up some truly delicious creations for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. The restaurant offers 'Colorado Fusion' cuisine, crafted from fresh, local produce and incorporating cooking styles from the world over. Your fusion meal starts with offerings like buffalo carpaccio, mussels and chorizo and lemon asparagus bisque, among many others. You can then move on to mains like Thai BBQ rack of Colorado lamb, huitlacoche salmon and queso fresco stuffed chicken. You can also pick something from the wine selection to complement your meal.
  • The Sunbird Restaurant

    230 Point of the Pines Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States - Phone: +1 719 598 8990
    The Sunbird Restaurant has two things going for it; spectacular views and the Sunday champagne brunch. Whether you sit within the restaurant or out on the patio, fantastic views of the mountains are guaranteed. Steak and seafood options are numerous and include the char-grilled filet mignon, rack of lamb, Atlantic salmon and sesame-crusted yellowfin tuna. There is also a wine selection for you to pick from. Patrons can also drop by for the sunset dinner, served between 4.30p and 6p.
  • Rock Bottom

    3316 Cinema Point Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80922 United States - Phone: +1 719 550 3586
    Rock Bottom is situated close to Springs Ranch Golf Club, making it the ideal place to stop at for a post-game drink. The drinks menu features many an in-house beer, crafted by master brewer Jason Leeman. The seasonal Pumpkin Ale and the Winter Tartan Scottish Ale are two of the innovative beers you can chug down. However, beer is not all this First & Main Town Center brew pub has to offer; there is a complete menu of American cuisine, too. Starters like the brewery platter are perfect for sharing with the group before moving on to the mains. Cajun pasta, chipotle-agave salmon, chicken enchiladas and Tuscan chicken pasta are house favorites. Steaks, burgers, sandwiches and pizzas are also available. The many TV screens ensure you don't have to miss out on the live sporting action while you feast on the delicious food and beers.
  • Mona Lisa Fondue Restaurant

    733 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 0277
    While you're driving down Manitou Avenue spot the burgundy awning, this is where you will find Mona Lisa - one of the most romantic dining destinations in the mountain city. Enjoy sensational fondues in a quiet and intimate atmosphere with your loved one or friends. From traditional cheese fondues to chocolate fondues, the menu has a lot of choices. Patrons can also opt for the preset four-course menu which includes salads, appetizers, a choice of meat or seafood entree and chocolate fondue for dessert. Elegant wines from their personal cellar ensure that evenings are rounded off with a flourish. Walk-ins and reservations are accepted.
  • King's Chef Diner

    131 East Bijou Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 636 5010
    In 2010, Food Network Magazine bestowed the title of the "Tastiest Breakfast in Colorado" on this casual downtown diner. The portions here are huge; in fact, whenever you finish your meal, you're awarded with a "Clean Plate Club" sticker to commemorate your achievement! To earn your sticker, take on "The Grump," which consists of your choice of meat, yellow onions, and cheese, all sandwiched between two mounds of hash browns and topped with gravy and more cheese. Whatever you decide on, make sure to add their signature green chili. You'll be glad you did!
  • motif

    2432 West Cucharras Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 5635
    At motif, you'll hear live jazz music playing on weekends-- a great backdrop for a night out. The decor is modern yet comfortable, with green couches and chairs on the patio and plenty of lounge space by the mosaic tiled wall inside. On the martini menu, you'll find such tasty options as the English Cucumber, made with cucumber infused vodka. The menu features small plates and desserts, including the white truffle fries and warm chocolate lava cake. 
  • Carlos' Bistro

    1025 South 21st Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 2905
    Hospitality and warmth is what you will receive when you reach Carlos' Bistro as the chef/owner himself will walk you to the dining area. A local favorite, the restaurant is known for its fish and seafood among its regular visitors. Pan-seared marine lobster tail and fresh jumbo sea scallops are two of the delicious signature dishes the restaurant is famous for. For a great fine dining experience, do visit Carlos' Bistro.
  • Bijou Street Bookfinders

    17 E Bijou St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 578 5044
    Finding interesting books at reasonable prices can be like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. In order to keep costs down, this bookshop has bypassed the fancy furnishings and gourmet coffee shop, and instead offers stacks of books at excellent prices. Covering different categories and titles from children's to fiction, religion and travel, the shop specializes in locating any hard-to-find book you might want. Simply ask for assistance and you will receive service with a smile. Audio books are also available.
  • Chapel Hills Mall

    1710 Briargate Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 594 0111
    From banking to an indoor hockey rink, this mall has a lot more to offer than typical shopping. It even, in fact, has a climbing wall towering through its center. The anchor department stores are JC Penney, Dillard's, Marshall Fields, Mervyn's and Sears. Over 85 specialty shops, including the Gap and Borders Books, offer lots of standard and one-of-a-kind items. You will even find some beautiful artwork in several of the shops. If you get hungry while shopping, grab a snack at one of several eateries or candy shops.
  • Current Factory Outlet

    3525 North Stone Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80907 United States - Phone: +1 719 630 7446
    If you are familiar with the popular mail-order check company known as Current, Inc., you will want to visit this incredible outlet. Shelves are lined with all themes and styles of decorative checks that will make paying bills seem somewhat less painful. Take home beautiful stationery sets, funny greeting cards, eye-catching gift wraps and so much more. Items are discounted as much as 80 percent off of catalog prices. If you have little ones, you will also enjoy the low prices on children's activity products.
  • Bowie's Gold & Diamonds

    2222 E Pikes Peak Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 473 1431
    This jewelry store offers gold, sterling silver, diamond and gemstone pieces. You will find bracelets, charms, necklaces, earrings, watches and lots of special gift items. Some of the more unusual pieces include Maltese Crosses that, oddly, represent firefighters and EMS technicians and Harley Davidson specialty items. All the pieces in stock are beautifully crafted, but if you are looking for something truly unique, ask about custom jewelry creation. The design staff will be happy to assist you in creating the perfect piece.
  • Mountain West Trading USA, Inc.

    732 Manitou Ave Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 4005
    Leather clothing is a pretty hot fashion statement, so if you have something to say with your wardrobe, drop by this store for a visit. Expressing yourself has never been classier. Men's styles include western wear and classic coats, jackets and vests along with bomber jackets, cargo pants and even a suede baseball shirt. The women's department includes western wear, capri pants, regular pants, tube tops, camisoles, mini skirts and long skirts.
  • Navajo Gallery & Gifts

    11 Arcade Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 5396
    Western artifacts are not restricted to cowboy goods, but also include items from the people who were actually here first. This family-run store and gallery features incredible Native American artifacts and gift items—most of which revolve around the Navajo culture. You will be amazed at the sculptures, blankets and beaded items that fill the gallery, and include leather moccasins, belts, a dream catchers and jackets. You will also find an impressive collection of pots, bows, arrows and authentic sand paintings that celebrate the Native American experience.
  • Antique Emporium

    719 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 9195
    Enter this nugget of a shop and you will feel as if you just entered the Western branch of the Smithsonian. Its four rooms are crammed with turn-of-the-century items that are true antiques rather than just stuff with dust on it. Wooden chairs, phonographs, ironing boards, desks and tables abound. There are also arcane antiques like toothpick holders, pocketknives, watches and even an odd serving plate with the busts of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower. Book hounds can find hardcover editions of Zane Grey and Sinclair Lewis. Trades and consignments are accepted.
  • The Citadel

    750 Citadel Dr E Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 591 5515
    This two-tiered mall is big enough to apply for statehood. Anchored by Dillard's, Foley's, Mervyn's and JC Penney, the four king-heavies of Colorado shopping, this mall offers over 160 nationally recognized stores. It is especially female-friendly, with 26 women's apparel shops. In addition, there are other such favorites as Walden Books, Spencer Gifts and Eastern Mountain Sports, to name a few. The three-tiered food court, which features waterfalls, a forest of indoor plants and soft piano music, does the impossible and makes fast food eating almost seem romantic.
  • Van Briggle Art Pottery

    1024 South Tejon St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 7729
    This is not the usual pottery shop of plant containers and animal figurine toothpick holders. Instead, you will find a world-renowned art center that has work exhibited in New York's Metropolitan Art Museum, the Smithsonian and England's British Museum. Since 1899, it has been crafting pieces that feature its signature look of muted colors and pastels. In addition to vases, the studio turns out candlesticks, bowls, mugs, Indian figurines and lamps. Visit the studio and take a free tour of the working artists shaping, etching and glazing water and clay into works of unmatched art.
  • Rutledge's

    102 N Tejon St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 632 7654
    If you need something for your wedding, prom or a new business suit, this downtown shop is the place to start your search. It features beautiful name brand gowns from Alyce, Unger, Bridal Original, Clarissa Cassandra, Jessica McClintock and Watters & Watters. Men's wear features "ooh-these-are-shop" suits by Oxford and Hickey-Freeman. If time is running short, the staff can quickly fit you on the spot or even take your measurements by phone. You will also find a full range of accessories and shoes for both men and women.
  • Hooked On Books

    3918 Maizeland Road Colorado Springs, CO 80909-1608 United States - Phone: +1 719 596 1621
    Collecting quality used books for your personal library? Or maybe you prefer traditional hard covers to paperbacks and love to stumble across obscure or out-of-print titles. Regardless of your preferences, chances are good that you will find exactly what you are looking for inside this shop. Most genres are stocked, as well as a large selection of rare and antique tomes. If you cannot stop by, call to order a copy of the extensive catalog.
  • Zerbe Jewelers

    26 N Tejon St Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 3521
    If you want a truly unique piece of jewelry, this downtown shop can set you right up. Featuring gold, silver and platinum creations inset with precious stones and diamonds, the store specializes in custom designs and unique items. Equally impressive, the staff of goldsmiths, gemologists and industry experts has 168 years of combined experience. There is also Waterford crystal, and watches by such top names as Citizen and Rolex.
  • Johannes Hunter Jewelers

    5182 North Nevada Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 8982
    It is certainly no great surprise that those "in the know" do their jewelry shopping exclusively inside these walls. The unusual jewelry you will find here is beyond compare. As an example, the watch selection alone is suited for royalty. Some of the designer names found in the inventory are Judith Ripka, la Nouvelle Bague, Clerc, Bakakis and Johns, Erica Courtney, Rolex, Patek Phillippe and Anthony Knack. There are also gemstones of every kind and diamonds too.
  • Hidden Creek Mountain Goods

    2619 W Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 0255
    This shop is so jammed and cluttered with cabin-like items that you will exit feeling compelled to go canoeing. Shelves are full of bear themed woodcarvings and wall hangings that make for oh-this-is-different type gifts. Huckleberry jam and tea is well-stocked, as are country-looking place mats and dish towels. There are also fleece jackets, caps, and Colorado T-shirts that exude a subtleness so as to look more stylish rather than as garish souvenirs.
  • Independent Records and Video

    3030 East Platte Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 473 0882
    Just the fact that all of the staff resemble former roadies for the Sex Pistols is a sure sign that they know music and are not just behind the counter because they can operate a cash register. Ask a music question and you can be assured of receiving a confident answer. The shelves are jammed with music from every musical genre and there are always two rows of CD specials. Cassettes, though limited, are also sold. The shop also sells new and used videos and DVDs.
  • Barracuda Bazaar

    2603 West Colorado Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 442 2202
    This is one of those rare handcraft specialty shops that merge style with function. All of the stock is made by artisans from Southeast Asia, and best of all are sold at wallet-happy prices. Silver jewelry, mobiles and chimes, candles, incense, war masks, pictures and frames, and Batik clothing and bags are just some of the inventory. Wood is the dominant feature and the cabinets and CD shelves come in one-of-a-kind styles.
  • Team Telecycle

    615 South Baldwin St Woodland Park, CO 80863 United States - Phone: +1 719 687 6165
    Unlike most other pedal-power shops this store only specializes in mountain bikes. So if you need to rent or buy you can be guaranteed that the staff knows its product. Rentals are by the hour, day, and week, and all include helmets and water bottles. If needed, car trunk racks and child trailers are available to rent as well. GT and Specialized bikes ranging from low cost to high performance are well stocked, as are all the usual bike accessories.
  • Garden of the Gods Trading Post

    324 Becker Ln Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 9045
    For what it is worth, this massive shop wears the arcane throne of being Colorado's largest trading post. It caters to both souvenir hounds and art buyers. The souvenir section sells all the usual items including T-shirts, mugs, caps and postcards, and the store's Southwest Gallery serves as a monument to the creative genius of Native American artists. Shelves are filled with Navajo rugs and weavings, sand paintings, jewelry, Taos drums, decorative and functional gourds, baskets and Cosanti windbells.
  • The Dulcimer Shop

    740 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 9655
    When you enter this shop you immediately ponder: "So, this is what a dulcimer is, huh?" Then once you get over the shock that a shop can exist by selling dulcimers, you begin to finally appreciate what a great little throwback store this is for the sense of earnest and honest craftsmanship that it exudes. The store brims with a hefty variety of dulcimers and dulcimer kits, tuned Native American flutes, drums, songbooks, tapes, CDs, tie-died shirts and incense.
  • Castle Rock Outlet Mall

    5050 Factory Shops Blvd Castle Rock, CO 80108 United States - Phone: +1 303 688 4495
    This factory outlet mall is so large it could apply for statehood. Just 30 minutes north of Colorado Springs, right off of Interstate 25, it is a true tourist attraction, which can be attested by its bus parking spaces. Over 100 shops cluster in the mall's village-like architecture and include everything from toy stores to women's wear. Levis, Ann Taylor, the Gap, Reebok, Calvin Klein and Eddie Bauer are some of the big name shops. A large food court and numerous rest rooms add to the shopping convenience.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    1710 Briargate Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 264 9439
    If you have an outfit in mind, then American Eagle Outfitters helps you with the complete ensemble. From head to toe, this store fulfills all your clothing needs. A mixing pot of clothes right from lingerie to shoes and casuals to professional wear for both men and women, this petite store is the perfect shopping destination. Not only does it enable you to have a complete wardrobe revamp but it also lets you get in touch with your younger side.
  • Whole Foods Market

    7635 North Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 531 9999
    A store house of organically cultivated produce, the Whole Foods Market is the best place to come for a unique shopping experience. This family of stores spread across US, UK and Canada provides the locals with a fresh natural products useful in daily requirements. It also has a gourmet food collection, a coffee house among the others. With every coming day some or the other event is held here, most of them being free.
  • Banana Republic

    1845 Briargate Parkway Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States - Phone: +1 719 594 0343
    The only Banana Republic in Colorado Springs is at 1845 Briargate Parkway. A much needed addition when it comes to the fashion world of clothing and accessories. Find the latest in branded apparel out here, right from women's and men's formal and casual clothing to shoes, accessories, jewelry, fragrances, gifts and the like. There's always something new and fresh at Banana, a little something for everyone.
  • Escape Velocity Comics & Graphic Novels

    19 East Bijou Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 578 8847
    If you're a comic book nerd, or just shopping for one, Escape Velocity Comics & Graphic Novels is a must-see in Colorado Springs. You'll find a great selection of new and used comic books as well as T-shirts, mugs, action figures, and other merchandise. They offer popular titles like Watchmen. but they also offer material from independent publishers. The staff is knowledgeable and will be able to help you find what you need. 
  • Eve's Revolution

    1312 West Colorado Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 1357
    Whether you're looking for something professional and chic, or a fun dress to wear on the weekends, you'll find what you're looking for at Eve's Revolution. The store specializes in women's apparel, and only sells pieces that exemplify quality and style. Walk through the wrought iron gate, and you'll know you're in for a treat when you see the exterior. The adorable house is painted black and white with a pink door. Inside you'll find the latest styles displayed beautifully, with a chandelier hanging above. This boutique truly makes shopping an experience. 
  • Terra Verde

    208 N Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 444 8621
    Terra Verde is a hip women's clothing boutique in downtown Colorado Springs. You'll find great gift ideas and probably some items you simply can't live without. Besides selling amazing tops, dresses, and other apparel, they sell books, home decor, and accessories. You might spend hours here browsing the scarves, necklaces, rugs, plates, and earrings. There's a lot to see in this stylish boutique!
  • Yobel Market

    27 South Sierra Madre Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 433 1318
    Yobel Market is a great place to buy gifts. Not only do they have a great selection of jewelry, bags, blankets, and clothing, but everything they sell is fair trade. This means that the workers who make these beautiful items, often residing in impoverished areas, earn a fair price for their goods. Items like the jewel bouquet necklace have a story: the women making these necklaces in India and Nepal earn a fair wage and are provided with health care. 
  • American Classics Marketplace

    1815 North Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 596 8585
    Made up of over 300 distinct vendors, American Classics Marketplace is an enormous antiques store. Walking up and down the aisles you'll be amazed at the selection and craftsmanship of furniture, instruments, toys, holiday decor, and other things that you never imagined. Make sure to wear your walking shoes, because you might find yourself browsing for most of the day!
  • Goldminers Nuts & Candy

    110 Canon Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 5302 / +1 719 248 7674
    Goldminers Nuts & Candy is a family owned business, passed down from parents to the second generation in 2007. Here, you'll find a variety of fresh fudge made in loaf pans. Flavors include vanilla, jalapeno, raspberry chocolate swirl, and many more. They also offer an amazing selection of licorice from around the world that you can combine and purchase by the pound. Visit the store and you're sure to find something to satisfy your sweet tooth!
  • Treasure Shoppe

    324 East Pikes Peak Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 465 1692
    Treasure Shoppe is an antique store with an eclectic selection of furniture, home decor, and even some clothing. They have a lot of unique items that make great gifts. What you'll find will depend on what's available when you visit, but items sold there regularly include birdhouses, lamps, and antique toys. You never know when you'll stumble upon the perfect table for your living room!
  • Meeker Music

    113 East Bijou Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903-1407 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 8940 / +1 800 228 8819 (Toll Free)
    This family owned music store has been providing Colorado Springs musicians of all ages with instruments and accessories since 1975. Carrying saxophones, trombones, drums, and other instruments, Meeker Music is a great place to shop for instruments, whether you're a beginner or a pro. They also carry other musical essentials like sheet music, cases, and headphones. 
  • Manitou Cactus Co.

    1 Ruxton Avenue Manitou Springs, CO 80829 United States - Phone: +1 719 685 9234 / +1 877 403 5817(Toll Free)
    Located adjacent to The Cotton Club, a women's apparel boutique, Manitou Cactus is a delightful shop selling succulents. If you're looking for something to spruce up your garden at home, pay this cactus boutique a visit. You'll be able to choose from small plants that you can carry home and six-foot (1.8 meter) giants that require a little more planning to transport. The plants come in all shapes and sizes, and make great gifts!
  • Mountain Chalet

    226 North Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 800 346 7044 / +1 719 633 0732
    Mountain Chalet is a locally owned store specializing in outdoor gear. The employees here are very knowledgeable and will be able to help you find what you need in the right size. You'll find backpacking tents, rock climbing shoes and harnesses, headlamps, camp stoves, and more. They even offer a selection of casual shoes and clothing. Mountain Chalet has everything you need for your outdoor adventures. 
  • Bombers

    460 North Murray Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 574 8282
    Bombers is a sports bar that provides great entertainment and food. You can watch the sports game and there are pool tables, foosball tables and darts. Drink specials are available on selected nights, but vary from week to week. There are also events throughout the week, including Texas Hold'em Poker and pool tournaments.
  • Country USA

    2493 South Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 574 2148
    Let your hair down and relax in a festive western atmosphere that excels at old-fashioned country hospitality. Live country-and-western bands play to a packed house every Friday and Saturday, while disc jockeys take care of spinning the country tunes during the week. The hardwood dance floor comes alive as locals and visitors dance the night away. Karaoke is a great feature of this bar, bring the whole family!
  • El Dorado Lounge

    11 North Circle D Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 471 9811
    This bar and live music venue is a great place to enjoy a night on the town. Featuring some of the region's best touring bands, the bar's main attractions are great drinks and great music. The bar offers over 140 different types of beer, domestic and imported. Other drinks offered include mixed, frozen and on-the-rocks drinks, cappuccino and espresso. Premium cigars and scotches are also available to help you relax and unwind.
  • Loonee's Comedy Corner

    1305 North Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 591 0707 (Reservations)
    As the only comedy club in Colorado Springs, it attracts some of the best comics on the circuit. In the past Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen Degeneres and Sam Kinison have graced its stage. The owner likes to mix the acts up so each week changes from straight stand-up to improv to the amazingly popular hypnotist shows. A small kitchen serves finger food such as nachos, chicken wings and cheese sticks. A full bar is available. Reservations are strongly recommended. Check the website for the schedule of shows.
  • Underground Bar

    110 North Nevada Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 578 7771
    The Underground presents a wide variety of entertainment to Colorado Springs throughout the week. Wednesday Wellness Nights are especially popular. Sunday game days, karaoke several times a week, drag shows and poker nights are just some of the themed events you will encounter at the Underground any given week. The club typically attracts a rowdy 20-something crowd and is open to all ages on Sundays.
  • Meadow Muffins

    2432 West Colorado Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 633 0583
    This is one of those rare establishments that is so different that it appeals to both locals and tourists. Housed in a corner, brick building built in the 1800s, its wooden interior exudes the typical "Frontier" look. Yet the ceiling, which resembles a suspended antique mall, is adorned with odd artifacts such as an Egyptian boat, a stagecoach and a jukebox seen in a Lost in Space episode. The menu offers burgers, sandwiches and finger food. The bar is stocked. Live music plays on weekends, and there is also DJ dancing.
  • Black Sheep

    2106 East Platte Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 227 7625
    The Black Sheep is a very popular nightclub in Colorado Springs and also a venue for live music performances. You can see graffiti work on the walls of the nightclub and a wooden bar table with red stools from where you can enjoy the live performances. Managed by Soda Jerk Presents, the venue has a capacity to comfortably accommodate 450 people and manages to host 3 to 4 shows a week. Famous bands like Cross Canadian Ragweed, Rilo Kiley, the Queers and many national and local artists perform at this venue. You can also burn those extra calories on the dance floor on DJ nights at the club.
  • Thirsty Parrot Bar & Grill

    32 South Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 884 1094
    The Thirsty Parrot Bar & Grill is all about fresh tropical fruits, meats and seafood, seasoned with live music and fun. The restaurant serves alluring Caribbean cuisine along with some wondrous tropical drinks that would satiate every whim inside you. The vision of the restaurant reflects from its decor—bright and frisky. There's a sports bar inside for those who live and breathe sports. You will enjoy good music while relishing every bite of Island Chicken, Shrimp Scampi and Tequila Lime Chicken Skewers at Thirsty Parrot. Call for opening hours.
  • Tavern

    1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 577 5772
    The Tavern has been serving guests at The Broadmoor since 1938. The Tavern Orchestra here is bound to want to make you get up and dance. Or you can just sit and enjoy the music while diving into some of the best hand cut prime steaks in town. Seafood here is a specialty too, so is having the time of your life—Tavern absolutely insists. The decor of the Tavern has touches of Mayan with deep wooded tones and smart dressed waiters elegantly carrying trays of delicious food. Patio dining is also available in the glass-enclosed Garden Room.
  • Club Sodo

    527 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO United States - Phone: +1 719 314 0420
    Club Sodo is ranked one of the best nightclubs in Colorado Springs. Numerous DJs and artists from around the world perform here; not only do a variety of artists play, but the Billboard's chart of top artists are the majority of performers. Check out the website for upcoming events.
  • Cowboys Night Club

    25 North Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 596 1212
    Cowboys is the ideal Saturday night destination if you're looking to boogie down to some country music. If dancing to country music is new to you, don't worry-- they offer dance lessons to give you a primer on line dancing. They serve classic American and Southwestern snacks to quell any appetite that you may work up while you're dancing. Great live music graces the stage here from time to time, so check the website to see if any of your favorite artists will be at the mic. 
  • V Bar

    19 East Kiowa Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 9599
    Located in downtown, V Bar offers a laid back hangout spot with an eclectic crowd. The atmosphere is hip, with red walls and neon lights lining the space. You can check out local art on the walls. Although there isn't a lot of room to dance, there's plenty of space to lounge and enjoy your drink. From time to time, there will be a DJ playing music for your enjoyment. 
  • motif

    2432 West Cucharras Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 5635
    At motif, you'll hear live jazz music playing on weekends-- a great backdrop for a night out. The decor is modern yet comfortable, with green couches and chairs on the patio and plenty of lounge space by the mosaic tiled wall inside. On the martini menu, you'll find such tasty options as the English Cucumber, made with cucumber infused vodka. The menu features small plates and desserts, including the white truffle fries and warm chocolate lava cake. 
  • Memorial Hospital

    1400 East Boulder St Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 365 5000
    One of the top radiology and imaging centers in the world; round-the-clock emergency and trauma center; birth unit includes comfortable birth suites; rehabilitation treatment and chest pain center.
  • Penrose Community Hospital

    3205 N Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80917 United States - Phone: +1 719 776 5000
    An 88-bed center with 24-hour emergency care and after care service for minor illnesses and injuries; modern birth center with neonatal and pediatric units; rehabilitation services and new surgery center. Penrose Hospital: 2215 N Nevada Ave.
  • Colorado Springs Airport

    7770 Drennan Road Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 550 1972
    Denver's International Airport has unintentionally made this airport more popular with state residents. Easy parking access and smaller terminals makes it even inviting for Denver residents. Nine commercial airlines, including United and American, combine to average 100 arrivals and departures from its runway a day. The small terminal is traveler convenient—the farthest gate is less than 1000 feet from baggage claim. Five rental agencies and three restaurants add to the convenience.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    2 North Cascade Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    1115 Elkton Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80907 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    1155 Kelly Johnson Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80920 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meadows Park Community Center

    1943 South El Paso Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 7940
    Meadows Park Community Center opened in the early 80s to facilitate programs and community activities to keep teenagers involved in something other than street fights and drugs. Situated in the neighborhood of Stratton Meadows, the center boasts among other features, a gym, craft room, basketball courts, skating rink, dance floor, and a baseball diamond. Moreover, the center prides itself on conducting programs for pre-schoolers to senior citizens, and rents out for private events.
  • Otis Park Community Center

    731 North Iowa Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80909 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 5993
    Otis Park Community Center was built in the 70s, and is known as the place for therapeutic recreation. Nestled in the Knob Hill neighborhood, the center has undergone many renovations to accommodate as many visitors, especially those with disabilities. Visitors can avail of a computer lab, multi-use room, picnic pavilion, basketball court, and other such features. Programs, such as the Golden Circle Senior Meals, have made the park favorable with adults and senior citizens.
  • Cottonwood Creek Recreation Center

    3920 Dublin Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80918 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 6508
    Cottonwood Creek Recreation Center is a facility for water activities and a popular recreation spot in summer. The center has features, such as a wave pool, fitness center, water slide, multipurpose rooms, and locker rooms. Nestled in Cottonwood Park, the center conducts programs for the whole family. Space is also rented out for private events.
  • Yellow Cab Company

    4625 Town Center Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80916 United States - Phone: +1 719 634 5000
    Taxis are a familiar and comfortable mode of transport. When it comes to traveling in Colorado Springs, Yellow Cab Company is the best pick for taxi services. They provide you with unrivaled services at a competitive price. The friendly and experienced drivers make your trip worth while. For advance booking, contact them and you are rest assured to enjoy the ride!
  • Centennial Hall

    200 South Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States - Phone: +1 719 520 6340
    Located at the northwest corner near Cascade and Vermijo, The hall in Colorado Springs is a venue for many meetings and is used by the government as well as corporates. Equipped with all the major facilities, the place houses many important government offices. The area also a has an auditorium where big corporate events are held.
  • Cheyenne Mountain High School

    1200 Cresta Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 United States - Phone: +1 719 475 6116
    The Cheyenne Mountain High School was set up in Colorado Springs to provide education and overall personality development to the children of the community. The school is complete with facilities like an auditorium, a library, state-of-the-art-theatre, students common room, gymnasiums and a swimming pool. Students can participate in a number of extra-curricular activities along with classes of the annual curriculum. The school also has a number of clubs that encourage active participation of students to showcase and enhance their talents and skills.
  • Clune Arena

    2168 Field House Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80840 United States - Phone: +1 719 333 5102
    Clune Arena is situated a the US Air Force Academy. It's named after the Air Force Academy's Director of Athletics, Colonel John J. Clune. It has hosted many matches of basketball, volleyball, hockey, many field sports and recently a boxing tournament too. The arena seats about 5,939 spectators and thus attracts numerous people for the popular matches.
  • Security Service Field

    4385 Tutt Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80922 United States - Phone: +1 719 597 1449
    An absolute favorite among the local sportsmen, for all their spectacular matches. The stadium has a seating capacity of 8,500 with well-equipped boxes and relevant facilities around. Also, this filed is home to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox and the Colorado Rockies. So book your tickets for the upcoming baseball match and cheer for your favorite team.
  • Colorado Springs

    Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, CO 80902 United States - Phone: +1 719 635 7506(Tourist Information)
    Situated at the foothills of Rocky Mountain's famous Pikes Peak, this city has found its adventure in mountain biking, climbing, trekking, horseback riding, river rafting and other such activities. Visit the Numismatic Museum and the science museum which host many unusual exhibits from over the world. It is also home to the US Olympic Training academy and the US Air Force Academy. Visit its various parks and eco-tourism tours and discover nature in its uninhibited splendor.
  • Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center

    210 North Santa Fe Avenue Pueblo, CO 81003 United States - Phone: +1 719 295 7200 / +1 719 295 7222(Box Office)
    Located at the heart of the city, the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center is a complex of three buildings that are dedicated to the spread of art and culture in this part of Colorado. The center was founded in 1972 and in the past 30 years has been a major driving force in development of art. The structures inside the complex comprises a theater which has a seating capacity for 500 spectators, Buell Children’s Museum and art galleries, all included in the total area of approximately 90,000 square feet. Besides hosting cultural events and national and international art exhibits, the center also conducts training programs all through the year. Visit their website to know more.
  • Pikes Peak Highway

    4770 Pikes Peak Highway Cascade, CO 80809 United States - Phone: +1 719 385 7325(Tourist Information)
    Apart from the Pikes Peak Cog Railway, the other way to reach the 14,115 feet high Pikes Peak is by the Pikes Peak Highway. The journey to the top along this scenic 19-mile highway would take you through the pristine and scenic locale of the alpines. The highway was constructed in 1915 and is maintained by the council of Colorado Springs. The highway is used for an annual event known as Pikes Peak International Hillclimb competition and other classic adventurous events. Call for more information.
  • Cripple Creek

    Cripple Creek Cripple Creek, CO 80813 United States - Phone: +1 877 858 4653(Tourist Information) /+1 719 689 2502
    Nestled among the Rock Mountains, in the Teller County of Colorado, Cripple Creek is a city that boasts a rich heritage and history. Born out of the great Gold Rush of Colorado, Cripple Creek used to be a typical settlement of Native Americans until the 'mountain men' arrived to hunt beavers for their fur, and it is these men who would later discover the wealth of gold hidden in Pikes Peak. The Gold Rush ushered in a new phase of opulence, development of transport, and its own share of civil problems. Today, the area still is a hub for gold mining, which visitors can witness by visiting the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mine. A quintessential tourist town, Cripple Creek has it all: history, culture, entertainment, and adventure. See the website to know more.
  • Bemis Hall

    920 North Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 United States
    Built by Colarado University in 1908, this gorgeous Tudor-style dormitory was built to house the ladies of the university. Opposite a residential quadrangle just west of Armstrong Quadrangle, Bernis Hall, in addition to comfortable dormitory settings for women, has a splendid lounge with wood paneling and ceiling beams and a dining room still used by the students for special occasions. Bernis Hall was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
  • Cathedral of the Sacred Heart

    414 West 11th Street Pueblo, CO 81003 United States - Phone: +1 719 544 5175
    Located in the heart of Pueblo, the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is steeped in a history that dates back to 1872. In 1941, this church was given cathedral status and later added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Its remarkable architecture illustrates the Late Gothic Revival style replete with a towering steeple.
  • Divide

    County Road 5 Divide, CO 80814 United States - Phone: +1 719 494 3740(Tourist Information)
    Divide is a census-designated place located on the U.S. Highway 24. The area, though small, has a plethora of options for recreation. It has a wide range of activities for everyone and for every age. Adventure sports, outdoor activities, scenic attractions and good dining options, Divide has it all.
  • First Congregational United Church of Christ

    228 West Evans Avenue Pueblo, CO 81004 United States - Phone: +1 719 544 1892
    The First Congregational Church in Pueblo is an eminent historic landmark. Occupying great importance at present, it was constructed 1889. Standing stern even after a century, it is a great representation of the Romanesque architectural style. The stellar building was designed by the famous Piper Brothers and spans over approximately 0.4 acres (0.16 hectares) of land. It is predominantly a Manitou sandstone structure and boasts of an elegant bell tower. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 8, 1985.
  • St. John's Greek Orthodox Church

    1010 Spruce Street Pueblo, CO 81004 United States - Phone: +1 719 544 8554

    St. John's Greek Orthodox Church is a historic church located in Pueblo, Colorado. The church building was constructed in 1907 using Classical Revival architectural influences and the whitewashed structure features stained glass windows and a pedimented portico with elaborate pillars. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

  • Young Women's Christian Association

    801 North Santa Fe Avenue Pueblo, CO 81003 United States - Phone: +1 719 542 6904
    The Young Women's Christian Association building in Pueblo is a historic structure built in 1934. Encompassing an area of 0.5 acre (0.20 hectare), the the building was designed by Walter DeMourdant. The building is home to a branch of the YWCA, which is one of the world's biggest multicultural women’s organization.
  • Pueblo

    Pueblo Pueblo, CO United States
    The city of Pueblo, Colorado began life as a simple plaza with adobe structures known as El Pueblo or Fort Pueblo in the year 1842. Intially intended as a settlement and place for trade, the town enjoyed some thriving years before a raiding by a war party of the Ute and Jicarilla Apache people cause the residents to abandon the town. But Pueblo amped back up again with the advent of the Colorado Gold Rush in 1858 and '59. Since then, the city has built itself up, becoming an important location for steel production in the earlier parts of the 20th Century. Today, Pueblo is home to the Colorado State Fair.