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  • Colorado Springs: U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum Entry

    1. Colorado Springs: U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum Entry

    Experience the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum in the heart of Colorado Springs, the USA's Olympic City. Explore this 60,000-square-foot museum, dedicated to U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes and their compelling stories. Learn about the artifacts, media, and technology behind the athletes who make the United States proud. Hear about the core values of the Olympic and Paralympic movements, including friendship, respect, excellence, determination, equality, inspiration, and courage.  Enter the museum and ride the elevator to the top floor. Follow a spiral path that winds progressively downward to the main floor, creating a parallel experience for all guests on the journey through 12 interactive galleries. Hear stories of Team USA Olympians and Paralympians. Discover one of the most accessible and interactive museums in the world, which opened in 2020 and is designed so that all gue...

    Was an amazing interactive museum. Perfect for kids and adults of all ages. Fantastic staff who are friendly and knowledgeable. Would recommend to anyone and everyone, but especially if you love the Olympics. Would rate this 10 stars!

  • Vail: 2-Hour Small-Group Guided Segway Tour

    2. Vail: 2-Hour Small-Group Guided Segway Tour

    Explore Vail's attractions and scenery with effortless ease on this guided Segway tour. Cruise for 2 hours along 12 miles (about 19 kilometers) of the most beautiful paths and scenic trails the Vail Valley has to offer in a small group of up to 6 people. After making your way to the meeting point, receive training on how to use your Segway. Once you're ready, follow a circuit around Vail, stopping for commentary and photos en route. Admire the mountain and forest backdrops of the Vail Valley, discover hidden sights, and cruise around cobbled Vail Village. As you go, learn facts about Vail’s history and get insider tips from your guide that you may not hear otherwise. Marvel at the amazing scenery of the majestic Rocky mountains as you find out about what makes this pristine natural environment so special and diverse.

  • Denver: History and Architecture Walking Tours

    3. Denver: History and Architecture Walking Tours

    Select from 5 unique walking tours to learn more about notable buildings in Denver, and the individuals who built them. Join a knowledgeable guide on one of the following tours to learn more about architecture and local history. Lower Downtown Walking Tour (LoDo) Begin the tour at Union Station, and admire the beautiful architecture of LoDo as you learn how Denver went from a small grouping of tents to a major railroad hub to skid row to an urban hot spot. Capitol Hill Walking Tour Begin the tour outside the Molly Brown House Museum. Explore the beautiful and charming historic mansions of Capitol Hill and uncover the stories of families who lived in these stately homes at the end of the 19th century. Historic 16th Street Tour Wander down 16th Street in downtown Denver, which has been a vital thoroughfare since 1858. Hear of Denver’...

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What people are saying about Colorado

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One of the great museum experiences. Scintillating, very friendly accommodating staff. Pure inspiration oozes out of many of the exhibits. Some exhibits brought us to tears. Our guests from Pal Alto could not stop talking about the excellence in every aspect of the museum. Return visits are assured.

The museum is laid out in an efficient way and we appreciate the interesting exhibits and information about the Olympics and ParaOlympics. The interactive opportunities are fun and educational. The Flame Cafe is a real treat at the end of the tour. Lots of choices and really good food.

Was an amazing interactive museum. Perfect for kids and adults of all ages. Fantastic staff who are friendly and knowledgeable. Would recommend to anyone and everyone, but especially if you love the Olympics. Would rate this 10 stars!

This museum is awesome! Very interactive and tech first - and they had everything thought of when it comes to being careful about Covid. Informative and a great experience.

Beautiful facility. Very interactive & fun for kids. The amount of memorabilia is amazing. It’ll make watching the Olympics even more fun/exciting!