Sightseeing in Superior

Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Multiple Locations

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Denver's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

Admission for Two Adults and Two or Five Children at Ancient Treasures Alpaca Ranch (Up to 44% Off)

Ancient Treasures Alpaca Ranch

Indiana St. & 78th Ave., Arvada

$30 $19

Visitors to the ranch can feed grain to the alpacas at the ranch and purchase knit hats, scarves, and gloves made from their soft fur

Admission for Two or Four at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum (50% Off)

Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum

Golden Proper

$12 $6

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xhibits full of family heirlooms and historically significant artifacts including quilts from the 1800s and contemporary art

$26 for a One-Year Family Membership to Dinosaur Ridge ($60 Value)

Dinosaur Ridge

Denver

$60 $26

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Year membership grants dino buffs access to bus tours and exhibits at outdoor museum rife with prehistoric fossils, tracks, and artifacts

Visit for 2, 4, or 6 or Single, Senior Couple, or Family Membership to Four Mile Historic Park (Up to 50% Off)

Four Mile Historic Park

Cherry Creek

$10 $5

Memberships to Denver’s oldest house and 12-acre pioneer-era park includes discounts on special events and free wagon rides

Haunted Historical Walking Tour for Two or Four from D-Tours (Up to 63% Off)

D-Tours

Subculture

$60 $24

Groups take a jaunt through the city, visiting historic sites such as Millionaire's Row

Tour for 2, 4, 8, or 10 at Pepsi Center Tours (Up to 72%)

Pepsi Center

Auraria

$36 $10

Explore the home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Mammoth during a 90-minute tour of the 675,000 sq. ft. facility

Admission for Two, Four, or Eight to CELL Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (Up to 53% Off)

CELL Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab

Golden Triangle

$16 $8

Developed by counterterrorism experts, the interactive exhibit educates visitors about global terrorism's history, tools, and media coverage

Flight Simulation and Museum Day for One, Two, or Four from Aviation Xtreme at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

Aviation Xtreme at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

Lowry Neighborhood

$46 $24

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Learn how the pros pilot a fighter jet during simulated flights; explore a former Air Force hangar with more than four dozen airplanes

Admission for Two or Four at Museo de las Americas (50% Off)

Museo de las Americas

Santa Fe Arts District

$10 $5

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Collection of more than 4,000 artifacts ranging from pre-Columbian to contemporary creators provides a history of Latin American culture

Full-Day Admission for Four with Optional Take-Home Fire Helmets at Denver Firefighters Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Denver Firefighters Museum

Central Business District

$24 $12

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Bunking gear, horse-drawn fire trucks, and hands-on fire safety activities exhibited inside a 1909-built former fire station

Visit or Membership to Morrison Natural History Museum (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

Morrison Natural History Museum

Morrison

$16 $8

Visit or join a paleontology museum whose exhibits include remains from the first stegosaurus ever found and a T. rex skull you can touch

Distillery Tour and Cocktails for Two or Four at Syntax Spirits Distillery (Up to 54% Off)

Syntax Spirits Distillery

Greeley

$24 $12

Tour distillery before sampling signature cocktails or flights of award-winning vodka, rum, whisky, and infused spirits

Guided Group Hike, Ranch Tour, and Picnic for 2, 4, or 10 at The Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary (Up to 60% Off)

The Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary

Deer Trail

$100 $45

Guests tour this non-profit, wild horse sanctuary and get to interact with Spanish mustangs, American mustangs, and burros

Adult and Child Admissions to Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum

Timnath-Wellington

$20 $10

10-acre museum on historic 160-acre farm showcases original equipment such as tractors; hands-on activities include milking a wooden cow

Ghost Tour for Two or Four from Magic Bus Tours (Up to 40% Off)

Magic Bus Tours

Downtown Fort Collins

$42 $26

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Bus tours explore Fort Collins' dark side by visiting sites of crime, murder, and hauntings with paranormal equipment

Craft Whiskey Tasting and Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Feisty Spirits (Up to 56% Off)

Feisty Spirits

Fort Collins

$26.66 $13

Visitors to the tasting room admire distillery equipment while sipping half-ounce samples of varied whiskies made from natural ingredients

Tent Site or RV Spot with Hookup for Two Nights at Arrowhead Point Campground & Cabins (Up to 55% Off)

Arrowhead Point Campground & Cabins

Buena Vista

$88 $44

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Explore ghost towns and take in the scenery at mountain-side campground and former weigh-station for the Pony Express

Holden/Marolt and Wheeler/Stallard Museums for Two or Four from Aspen Historical Society(Up to 50% Off)

Aspen Historical Society

Aspen

$12 $6

Learn about mining, ranching, and the regional history of Native Americans with admission to two museums with distinct collections

Admission Package for Two or Four at Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy (Up to 50% Off)

Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy

Colorado Springs

$16 $9

Rodeo history comes alive through Western artifacts including equipment, awards, clothing, and trophies of famous champions and rodeo clowns

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13th Floor is the only company and brand in the country to produce haunted houses on a national scale, with houses in Denver, San Antonio and Phoenix with more to come in the future. Designed by world-renowned haunted house designers and featuring makeup and effects from Hollywood special effects artists. The 13th Floor Denver building takes fright to a whole new level with different interactive events like Christmas Blackout, Valentine X, and now Apocalypse, Live-Action Zombie Experience.

11425 Community Center Dr
Northglenn,
CO
US

In a sense, the story of the three Golden History Museums sites goes back to 1938, when Golden citizens began collecting and exhibiting artifacts from the region's history. But in another sense, it goes back much further: the 18-inch stone walls of the Astor House were lain in the mid-19th century, and the Clear Creek History Park represents an immaculate recreation of pioneer-era Colorado. No matter how far back visitors are peering into the past, the museums flesh out the story of Golden from the time of horse-drawn wagons to today.

  • Size: it's a museum in three parts with more than 15,000 artifacts in the Golden History Center, the fully restored Astor House museum, and a reconstructed ranch at the Clear Creek History Park
  • Eye Catcher: the miniature town inside the Golden History Center
  • Permanent Mainstay: the photography collection (which can be browsed online) contains more than 2,500 historical images
  • Don't Miss: head down to the restored ranch to see events and demonstrations, a thriving beehive, heirloom-breed chickens, and one of the best skies in the country
822 12th St
Golden,
CO
US

Children run in trails marked by prehistoric footprints, and fingers run across fossils during each visit to Dinosaur Ridge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of ancient artifacts. Around every corner of the outdoor museum—which rests on land designated as a national natural landmark—bones and impressions protrude from their earthy abodes as evidence of the area's once larger-than-life inhabitants. Paleontologists of all ages can examine curious tracks on surrounding hiking paths, such as Triceratops Trail, or hop on a guided bus tour to examine fossil sites and valleys where brontosauruses used to question the meaning of life.

Lurking inside the visitor center is the Trek Through Time exhibit, where interactive children's games, replica fossils, and massive murals join forces to lead explorers into different prehistoric eras. In addition to its day-to-day operations, Dinosaur Ridge also plays host to various events during the year, including Boy Scout days, birthday parties, and lectures that explain how T. rex stayed humble despite his large stature.

16831 W Alameda Pkwy
Morrison,
CO
US

Like a small-town railroad depot in the 1880s, the Colorado Railroad Museum’s main building features wide eaves and a bright-yellow exterior. The building reflects the Museum’s overall goal: to hark back to Colorado’s railroad era, a time when the state relied on its groundbreaking, narrow-gauge mountain railroads for supplies and information. Since 1959, the Museum has showcased the machinery of that time with an array of locomotives, passenger cars, freight cars, and cabooses. Alternatively, they present visitors with a glimpse of Table Mountain on the Museum’s train rides, enabling them to ride the rails in a bygone style without just taking the subway in an Abe Lincoln costume. To supplement its trains, the Museum hosts thousands of related rare photographs and artifacts, such as a replica of a 10,000-gallon water tank, humorously dubbed No Agua, that was once used to refill steam locomotives on the Chili Line to Santa Fe.

17155 W 44th Ave
Golden,
CO
US

Originally known as the Garden of Angels, Red Rocks enchants visitors with ethereal scenery and top-notch acoustics 6,450 feet above sea level. The amphitheater geologically emerged from the ocean floor over millions of years, its walls housing fossil fragments of various dinosaurs, including plesiosaurs, mosasaurs, and several plush Barney dolls. The carbon-dated rock 'n' roll history of Red Rocks includes performances by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and The Grateful Dead, who kept coming back to the venue year after year in search of their missing flip-flops. The sonic stone architecture of the venue has also led to dozens of popular live recordings, including U2’s Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky, John Tesh’s Live at Red Rocks, and Neil Young’s Road Rock Vol. 1.

18300 W Alameda Pkwy
Morrison,
CO
US

The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum displays quilts from the 1800s alongside contemporary art pieces. Seeing these works in a shared space helps visitors understand how quilt making has evolved over the years. To that end, people can explore the exhibits full of family heirlooms and historically significant artifacts including the quilt that George Washington wrapped his beloved cherry tree in on cold nights. The museum also maintains volumes of historic patterns, technique resources, and out-of-print literature on quilts to help enthusiasts satiate their curiosity.

1213 Washington Ave
Golden,
CO
US