- Our list of the best things to do in Morrison, Colorado, features the top 376 nearby activities — including 146 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Morrison, CO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Morrison, CO , followed by 358 popular activities in nearby cities, including Golden, Denver, Littleton, Idaho Springs, Wheat Ridge, Broomfield, Arvada, Aurora, Westminster, Evergreen, Englewood, Thornton, Parker, Boulder, Lakewood, Central City, Commerce City, Black Hawk, Castle Rock, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Northglenn, Fraser and Westminster
The Meadows Golf Course is an 18-hole championship course with layouts ranging from 5,400 yards on the front tees to over 7,000 yards on the back end. Golfers can also access a pro shop, a driving range, and a restaurant.
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.
86% 1493 votes
987-1/2 Lookout Mountain Road, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Buffalo Bill Museum houses William F. Cody memorabilia who was nicknamed 'Buffalo Bill' for his buffalo hunting skills, as well as a number of other exhibits which feature Native Indian artifacts and old Western firearms. The Grave offers scenic views of the nearby Great Plains and the Rockies.
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.
71% 42 votes
987 Lookout Mountain Road, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum is features a variety of exhibits and artifacts about the history of Native Americans and cowboys. The museum features exhibits on Wild West performers and the grave site of Buffalo Bill.
Designed to cultivate children and adults connection with nature, the Lookout Mountain Nature Center, is a 110-acre, outdoor paradise. Featuring interior educational exhibits, coupled with the outdoor observation areas and nature trails, plan your visit today.
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.