- TripBuzz found 302 things to do with kids in or near Golden, Colorado, including 275 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Littleton, Idaho Springs, Denver and Wheat Ridge.
- From The Splash Water Park to Golden Gate Canyon State Park, the Golden area offers 97 different types of family activities, including: Parks, History Museums, Hiking Trails and Other Adventures.
- An ideal location to exercise both mind and body, Golden Colorado offers a wide range of cultural and recreational activities. The small city is laid out on a historical street-grid system which makes for easy navigation when visiting. Locals and tourists enjoy the many museums and parks as well as the annual Movies and Music in the park series.
Miners Alley Playhouse features plays, musicals, comedy and improv nights, live music and a children's theater program in their 130 seat theater. They have a full bar and lounge in the lobby that opens one hour before showtime.
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Matthews Winters Park
1103 Hwy 26, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Matthews Winters Park is a nature park that has opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, and picnicking. The park also has a hiking trail and a visitor center.
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710 10th Street, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Open in 2008, the Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting the heroism, technology, and history of mountaineering. Visit today and learn about the world of rock and mountain climbing.
White Ranch Park is 4,944 acres and includes 20 miles of multi-use trails that are suitable for hiking, biking and horseback riding. The park features campgrounds and open space to accommodate campers and picnickers.
Located in the heart of a 110-acre nature preserve, the Boettcher Mansion is on the register of National Historic Places by its original name, Lorraine Lodge. This beautiful facility is available to rent for special events, corporate retreats, and social galas.
Triceratops Trail is a 1.5-mile, gravel hiking trail that winds between large, vertical walls of sandstone and into reclaimed clay pits. Along the trail are several stops highlighting clay mining and dinosaur, bird, mammal, insect, and invertebrate tracks and traces.
Offering a western heritage exhibit, History Park features monuments and sculptures including those of Jim Bridger and Jeremiah Johnson, a cougar on a rock and a Buffalo Soldier. The park also offers walking trails that provide access to the exhibit.
Located in the center of a mall, Mall Jump has two inflatable trampolines for kids to jump on. The kids are secured with bungee ropes so that they are free to jump to their heart's content in a safe environment.