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Fusing together a bar with an arcade, Flipper McGill's Pinball Parlor offers adults a chance to return to their childhood with vintage games and pinball machines. There is an outdoor patio that has an old fashioned jukebox.
A & A Historical Trails is a horseback riding stable. Guests can learn to ride a horse or participate in pony rides, horse rental, horseback rides, pack trips, hunting horses and Rocky Mountain trail horse riding.
Devoted to preserving and increasing awareness and appreciation of the history and culture of Idaho Springs, the Historical Society of Idaho Springs maintains a variety of museums and historic locations, and sponsors a variety of programs and events.
Organizing excursions to the surrounding mountains, ATV Experience lets visitors drive their own ATV on a 2 hour trail ride. The guide takes a video of the trip for the visitors to take home with them.
Offering weekend guided tours, the Underhill Museum is based in the home and working office of a prominent turn of the century local surveyor and writer. One of the free tour is the Victorian garden behind the building.
Blue Lantern Ghost Tours offers 'haunted' tours of lower downtown Denver and of Central City, two locations it describes as among the most haunted in America. The tours travel through various creepy locations, many of them underground.