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  • Butterfly Pavilion
    Beetles, butterflies, and spiders, oh my. Those account for just some of the more than 5,000 tiny creatures that call Butterfly Pavilion home. The zoo wants the world to appreciate invertebrates, which make up 97 percent of the world's animal species, and to that end its grounds show off the diversity of their habitats. Size: an 11-acre campus and a 30,000-sq.-ft. indoor facility with four exhibit halls Eye Catchers: 1,200 butterflies flap their colorful wings across the Tropical Conservatory. Crown Jewel: Crawl-A-See-Em, home of tiny creatures including Rosie the tarantula Don't Miss: the outdoor gardens and nature trails, where grasses, orchids, and other plants attract insects at different stages of their lives, including those angst-filled months inside the cocoon Hands-On Activities: touch sea stars, sea cucumbers, and horseshoe crabs at Water's Edge. Special Programs: Rainforest Yoga classes
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    6252 West 104th Avenue
    Broomfield, CO US
  • Denver Zoo
    Families get an up-close look at exotic creatures such as komodo dragons, red kangaroos, and warthogs in exhibits designed to closely mimic their natural habitat. Guests can also take a ride atop a hand-carved wooden animal on the Conservation Carousel or travel around the zoo on the Pioneer Train.
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    2300 Steele Street
    Denver, CO US
  • Wild West Maze
    Cleaved through 30 acres of densely situated corn stalks, the Wild West Corn Maze tests voyagers’ senses of direction as they maneuver through the leafy corridors. The cornrows compose 10 distinct mazes, including one with a cowboys-and-aliens theme and an obstacle course where visitors challenge scarecrows to a barrel-rolling duel as they search for the exit. After moving through the agrarian labyrinth, guests with unlimited-level tickets can check out a number of other autumnal attractions, including tractor rides, a farm-animal petting zoo, and a pumpkin patch. The bucolic setting also boasts a massive jumping pillow—an inflatable mat where tykes can bounce in the open air—a pumpkin launcher and a corn cannon, both of which hearken back to the simpler days when all nautical warfare was waged with produce.
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    6876 County Road 47
    Hudson, CO US
  • The Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary
    It's often easy to forget that humans aren't the only beings on earth in need of sanctuary; sometimes, animals need it, too. Set across 900 rolling, scenic acres, The Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary is dedicated to rescuing, training, and providing sanctuary for wild horses and burros, specifically American and Spanish Mustangs. At the facility, these magnificent animals roam just as they would in the wild, sharing land and closet space with other herds and feeding off the greenery that surrounds them. But just because these horses are in protection doesn't mean they're off limits to the public. As part of its mission to educate the public on the issues surrounding wild horses, The Great Escape provides visitors with the chance to photograph the mustangs, interact directly with them, and learn about their stories as well as the historical significance of certain breeds.
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    3980 Broadway
    Boulder, CO US
  • Ancient Treasures Alpaca Ranch
    Fourteen Huacaya alpacas roam the fields at Ancient Treasures Alpaca Ranch where visitors can explore the ranch and meet the alpacas at all states of fluffiness. Once they get addicted to ogling the animals' soft fur, they can purchase hats and scarves featuring that same wool in the gift shop. Then, on shearing day, visitors can help coral, clip, and pack alpaca fur from 50 animals to get them ready for the summer in one massive event.
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    7870 Indiana St
    Arvada, CO US
  • Plains Conservation Center
    The Plains Conservation Center is an offshoot of the West Arapahoe Conservation District, an organization appointed in 1949 to teach farming and ranching techniques that could help prevent another devastating Dust Bowl. While the PCC's mission has since expanded, the nonprofit organization's main goal remains the same: preserving the health of Colorado's plains. Between its two sites—a main 1,100-acre location in Aurora and more than 10,000 acres spread along West Bijou Creek—the organization maintains several attractions devoted to the history and environmental character of the region. These include more than five miles of hiking trails, a Cheyenne camp from 1837 with four standing tepees, and Wells Crossing, a replica 1887 farm consisting of sod houses, and heirloom gardens. For more modern sites, the Aurora location's visitor center features interactive displays and seasonal events such as Hops for Habitat, an annual fundraiser with beer tastings from local craft brewers.
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    21901 E Hampden Ave
    Aurora, CO US

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