Kids Activities in Fort Collins

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At five Chipper?s Lanes locations, colorful balls sail down glossy lanes, overseen during weekends and birthday parties by the center's mascot, Chipper the Chipmunk. Guests can also supplement bowling fun with occasional live music performances and cosmic bowling at select locations. Between frames, players restore energy with burgers or pizza at the full-service, onsite restaurant.

830 N College Ave.
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Aruna Equestrian embraces the art of horseback riding with a holistic approach, teaching riders how to hone their skills while practicing compassionate horsemanship. Lessons are conducted at Aruna's Fort Collins facility, which boasts—especially in its Christmas letters—a year-round indoor arena and outdoor rings. Aruna's instructors have a B.S. in Equine Science from CSU and structure their classes around the rider's skill level, giving beginners an entryway into the sport and advanced riders a few new tricks for evading ringwraiths. Ages 5–65 are welcome to enjoy Aruna's riding tutelage.

3628 North Taft Hill Road
Fort Collins,
CO
US

When the staffers at Colorado Carriage and Wagon says that their business is family owned and operated, they extend that description all the way down to the horses who make each journey possible. Their beloved Draft breeds travel throughout Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska, bringing charmingly old-fashioned transportation to weddings, family reunions, and romantic traipses through town. When snow blankets the ground, guests can schedule sleigh rides, taking the classic conveyance on a caroling trip or just prowling the woods for drag races against one-horse hotrods. In addition to horses, the family's petting zoo of chicks, sheep, pigs, and other barnyard animals often makes appearances at parties and festivals, delighting young and old alike with their cute, fuzzy faces.

Old Town Square
Fort Collins,
CO
US

The museum at Old Town's former post office doesn't just exhibit art?it is art. Built in the Second Renaissance Revival style favored during its construction, the building was entered in the National Registry of Historic Places for its iconic architecture and complete lack of vampire bats. It's been the home of the Fort Collins Museum of Art since 1990, and in that time has housed original and specially commissioned works by contemporary artists. The museum has also celebrated historical greats with exhibits from the likes of Ansel Adams and Andy Warhol.

201 S College Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US