• Colorado Travel for Kids

    Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

    Cheyenne Mountain Zoo has about 750 animals and 170 species from all over the world.  Some of the animals you can see are: lions, sloths, cheetahs, meerkats, porcupines, and a real moose. A new rhino exhibit will be open soon. Make sure to bring money to feed the giraffes and for the carousel. It gets very hot at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo so bring sun sceen and water. Make sure to plug your nose by the elephants. Be careful by the crocodiles! Do not touch the peacocks because they will attack you! There's  a gift  shop too, and places to eat. For more information, click here to go to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Website.















     North Pole

    The North Pole is up in the mountians in Woodland Park.  There are so many rides to go on like an antique car ride, a boat ride, the Candy Cane rollercoster, a carousel with reindeer, a Chrismas tree ride, dive bombars, a giant ferris wheel, and lots of other fun things to do.  You can sometimes see Santa when you go, so look to see when the workshop is open.  There are gift shops where you can buy ornaments, toys, and sweatshirts.  .For more information,click here to go to the North pole website






















    Glen Eyrie

    Glen Eryie is a fun place to go.  It was the home of General and Queen Palmer who founded Colorado Springs.  You can see alot of old items like the original bricks, the schoolhouse where their children were taught, and their ballroom.  You can take a tour, and can also have tea.  The really cool thing is, there are all sorts of animals walking around.For more information, click here to go to the glen eyrie website


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     Pioneer Museum

    The Pioneer Museum is a wonderful place.  There are artifacts there and the volunteers teach you interesting things like about tuberculosis.  The museum was the original court house for Colorado Springs.  You can even sit in the original courtroom!  Be careful not to lean over the security gate, because you will set the alarm off!  Other exhibits you can see are about Native Americans, Helen Hunt Jackson, General Palmer, and famous people from Colorado Springs.  This year they will be updating the exhibits, so make sure you come back! For more information,click here to go to the Pioneer Museum website 

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     Garden of the Gods

    Garden of the Gods can be very hot, and you can climb some of the rocks and go hiking, so make sure to bring water and sunscreen.  What makes Garden of the Gods so unusual is that the rocks are red, and naturall shaped like different things.  If you look closely, you can see one of the shapes called The Kissing Camels.  You can horseback ride through the park, or visit the gift shop for some ice cream!  Make sure to pack other snacks, or a picnic, so you won't be hungry! For more informtion, click here to go to the Garden of the gods website

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