Family Fun in Colorado Springs

Cave of the Winds
One of the most exciting family destinations in Colorado Springs is the Cave of the Winds. With three distinct tours, visitors return year after year to this amazing destination. Explore these beautiful and mysterious caverns with only a flashlight as a guide to get a feel for the magnificence of this natural wonder. Enjoy a guided tour by lamplight filled with ghost stores and urban legends. Those seeking a more daring experience will enjoy walking the narrow rim of the Wind Walker Challenge Course. Walk the narrow ledge of the Williams Canyon, secured in a safety harness, and get a thrill of a lifetime.

Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railway
Shuttling guests and visitors between the thrill of the big city and the quiet of country life is the Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railway. Guests will enjoy the steam engine rail ride as they wind through the scenic gorges, up steep mountains, and through lush forests on their way to one of Colorado's oldest gold mining towns. After arriving in Cripple Creek, enjoy the food, fun, and friendly folks of Cripple Creek and make a few memories. With plenty for the whole family to enjoy, this trip is a great treat for folks of all ages.

Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine
While visiting Cripple Creek, visit the Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine. This real-life gold mine adventure tour takes visitors more than 1,000 feet below the surface into one of the best preserved gold mines in the area.

Manitou Cliff Dwellings
Located in Manitou Springs, a suburb of Colorado Springs, are the Manitou Cliff Dwellings. These Anasazi dwellings are believed to be more than 800 years old. Made from the local red clay and carefully preserved by historians and preservationists, these cliff dwellings give history buffs and curiosity seekers a peek into the lives of the first people who settled this beautiful area.

US Olympic Training Center
US Olympic Training Center, located in Colorado Springs, is the main training facility for many national athletes. Visitors can enjoy a short video of the history of the complex and then take a guided tour to see where the athletes train. Carefully preserved displays, interactive kiosks, and so much more make this an exciting stop for visitors of all ages. Whether you are aspiring to be a champion or simply want to visit where dreams are made, the US Olympic Training Center is a great place to explore.

Santa's North Pole Workshop
Visit Santa Claus any time of the year at Santa's North Pole Workshop. This unique, family-friendly theme park is filled with rides, slides, and even reindeer. Meet Santa, Mrs. Claus, and even visit with the hard working elves. A delightful destination, Santa's Workshop is fun for the whole family.