These are great attractions and things to do throughout the beautiful state of Colorado.
The Anasazi Heritage Center in Dolores is an archaeological museum of Native American cultures in the Four Corners region.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission has information on parks in Colorado and things to do in the parks, including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, camping and other activities.
Colorado Scenic & Historic Byways: Colorado has 11 nationally recognized scenic byways - more than any other state. Come learn about them and be sure to drive at least one.
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has operated continuously between Durango and Silverton in southwest Colorado since 1882. Take a ride on a historic train with a vintage steam locomotive to enjoy dazzling views of the Colorado mountains.
Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs is a registered National Natural Landmark with breathtaking sandstone rock formations, complete with Pikes Peak as a scenic background. You can drive through the park, take a tour, or go hiking or rock climbing.
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park in Glenwood Springs features cave tours, thrill rides, and other attractions. Rides include Colorado's longest alpine coaster. Glenwood Caverns has been rated “One of the Top 10 Places to Go Underground!” by USA Today.
History Colorado Museums & Historic Sites include History Colorado Center and the Byers-Evans House in Denver, Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park, Healy House Museum and Dexter Cabin in the historic mining town of Leadville, and more.
National Park Service Sites in Colorado is an index of National Historic Sites, Monuments, Parks, Recreation Areas, and Historic Trails throughout Colorado. Includes Bent's Old Fort, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Dinosaur National Monument, Mesa Verde National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, the Santa Fe Trail, and other fascinating sites.
Pikes Peak soars above Colorado Springs and the Garden of the Gods. Pike's Peak is the most visited mountain in North America and a National Historic Landmark. It was named for Zebulon Pike, an American explorer. Visitors can drive to the summit or ride the cog railway.