- TripBuzz discovered 54 different types of activities for couples in the Colorado Springs area, including Arcades (like iT'Z Colorado Springs), Horseback Riding (like Stables at the Broadmoor), Movie Theaters (like Kimball's Peak Three Theater) and Mountains (like Pikes Peak), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 71 date ideas in or near Colorado Springs, Colorado, including 41 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manitou Springs, Cripple Creek, Woodland Park and Georgetown.
Pikes Peak Escape Rooms Colorado Springs MoreLess Info
Teams must join forces to find clues and solve puzzles—all in order to escape from a locked room in an hour or less
93% 85 votes
5069 Pikes Peak Highway, Colorado Springs, CO 80944 MoreLess Info
Pikes Peak-America's Mountain is a 14,115 foot tall mountain with a 19 mile long highway leading to the peak. Those interested in scenic views of alpine timberline and mountain reservoirs may enjoy a trip up Pikes Peak.
As a multistory Tudor Revival mansion, Glen Eyrie Castle offers tours where visitors can learn about its history and explore the first two floors. The mansion hosts tea parties and feasts with the staff dressed up in Renaissance outfits.
Both experienced riders and beginners are welcome at the Academy Riding Stables. Guided horseback riding is held in the area known as the Garden of the Gods Park during the summer months with perimeter rides offered in the winter.
82% 1877 votes
West Colorado Ave & 24th St, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 MoreLess Info
The Historic District of Old Colorado City is home to a number of small shops including boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and more, operaing within restored brick structures.
88% 247 votes
215 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 MoreLess Info
The only institution that researches, collects, and interprets the history of Pikes Peak and Colorado Springs is the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, which welcomes 50,000 visitors annually. Permanent exhibits highlight regional histories with changing galleries dedicated to exploring special topics.
82% 174 votes
30 West Dale Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1936 to present a unique, multi-dimensional art experience, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, has grown into a cultural icon in the Rocky Mountain region. Today the center features a theater, art school, and museum in addition to an impressive permanent collection.
89% 74 votes
170 W. Cache La Poudre Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO MoreLess Info
Monument Valley Park is a park featuring a unique arboretum displaying Colorado tree and shrub species. The park is populated by gardens, pathways, ponds, a tennis court, a swimming pool, and several playgrounds.
63% 79 votes
126 Cimino Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 MoreLess Info
Formerly known as Confluence Park, America the Beautiful Park is a 30 acre site that offers a scenic, green oasis in the middle of downtown Colorado Springs. The park features playgrounds, fountains, and attractive landscaping.
Offering entertainment on a grand scale, the Brunswick Zone XL has a bowling lanes, billiards, and laser tag. Arcades and event rooms make this a family themed spot that offers food at the bar and grill.
43% 58 votes
3035 New Center Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80922 MoreLess Info
A family entertainment center, iT'Z Colorado Springs features attractions including miniature bowling, bumper cars, a rock climbing wall and arcade games. The center also offers ticket redemption games, party packages and a buffet with Italian food.