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Top 3 Things to do in Colorado Springs CO
Shopping in Colorado Springs Downtown Colorado Springs offers a variety of independent boutiques, shops, and restaurants that are all within walking distance. Places like Terra Verde and Halo Boutique offer tasteful womens apparel, and there are also jewelry shops, bookstores, and even a coin gallery to be found. Meanwhile, in Old Colorado City ? a historic area located 10 minutes west of downtown ? the quaint, 19th-century brick storefronts house a range of different businesses, from art galleries to French bakeries and plenty of interesting shops in between. Head to Antique Legacy for charming old-world finds, and Febra?s for funky, Southwest-inspired clothing.
Glen Eyrie Castle, Colorado Springs Located on North 30th Street, Glen Eyrie is a castle built in 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer who founded the city of Colorado Springs. Sitting on 800 acres, Glen Eyrie was built in the English Tudor style with over 20 rooms and is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Today, you can take guided tours of the castle, which is also used for many events such as weddings, Tea at the Castle, and Christmas Madrigal Banquets.
Penrose Heritage Museum The Penrose Heritage Museum, previously called Carriage Museum, was established in 1941 by Julie Penrose, widow of Spencer Penrose, the builder of The Broadmoor, to hold the collection of carriages the Penrose?s collected during their lifetime. The collection contains 31 horse-drawn carriages plus 13 motorized vehicles, among them are three 1920s Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb race cars, Mrs. Penrose's Cadillac limousine from 1928, and a beautifully restored 1906 Renault.