Come to Colorado for the beautiful mountain scenery, but don’t forget to fill your trip with some variety.
For instance, why not go underground? Then, catch your breath from your outdoor adventures and see some of the history of the region and the state. Want to know more? Keep reading!
Try These Family Friendly Activities in Colorado Springs
Air Force Academy Tours
Take a self-guided tour through the Air Force Academy and see where men and women train to serve in the Air Force. Points of interest on campus to visit include the spectacular Cadet Chapel and the Barry Goldwater Visitor Center, where you can brush up on your cadet history.
Explore the history of the Pikes Peak region at this facility, one of the premier Colorado Springs museums, housed in a restored 1903 courthouse. Collections include art, artifacts, and historic handicrafts, and exhibits focus on regional Native American history as well as the area’s prominence in regard to mining and military training.
Cave of the Winds
Come to this natural attraction to discover a whole new world underground. Discovered in 1881 by two brothers on an exploration, the cave features a network of tunnels and chambers with magnificent rock formations. A Discovery Tour is a great family adventure, while the Lantern Tours are conducted only by lantern light and are for the less faint of heart.
Olympic Training Center
See where some of the world’s greatest athletes come to train. View the grounds and some of the facilities, such as the Aquatics Center and the Sports Center Gymnasiums, on a 45-minute walking tour. Check out the Olympic Hall of Fame Rotunda to see past trainees who went for gold, then grab a souvenir from the Olympic Store.
More family friendly activities in Colorado Springs await you so don't wait to plan your stay with us at Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Visit our website to book your next getaway to Colorado!