Enjoy a fun day at the foot of Pikes Peak. Whether its drinking from their mineral springs, hiking exploring, shopping, dining or just having fun, the options are endless in Manitou Springs.
Manitou is a wonderful community home to world class artisans, musicians, attractions and public art displays. With eleven natural springs throughout the town, many Native American tribes found the area to hold special healing powers!
Along with great works of art, Manitou had some of the best shopping and local dining establishments around. If you’re looking for a family-friendly place to grab a bite and a few trinkets to remember your trip, Manitou has everything you need! The Historic District is lined with unique art galleries, one of a kind gift shops and trading posts with handcrafted Native American treasures. Manitou Springs is home to dozens of artists and art galleries. The Manitou Springs Arts Council is a driving force for the arts in our historic town!
Home to many of Pikes Peak Country’s other great attractions like the Pikes Peak Cog Railway, Iron Springs Melodrama, Manitou Cliff Dwellings and Garden of the Gods Trading Post, your trip to Manitou could take all day or two. Thankfully they have some great lodging options as well!
Whether you’re seeking the majestic views seen from The Cog Railroad as it climbs the impossible grades of Pikes Peak, or the thrill of spelunking the massive underground caverns of The Cave of the Winds, or witnessing history frozen in time at The Manitou Cliff Dwellings, adventures and priceless memories await you in Manitou Springs!
From apparel & clothing to food specialties, from jewelry to the quirkiest gifts you can only find here, Manitou Springs has something for everyone!
From fine family dining to grabbing a quick bite, the locally-owned restaurants in Manitou are ready to wow your taste buds! Many local restaurants feature Colorado cuisine like wild game, local brews and even healthy options for you!
From campgrounds and RV hookups, bed and breakfasts and hotels, Manitou has many great options for you to call home on your trip!
Native American jewelry, paintings, pottery, ceramics, glass, metal and wood workers and photography, the list could go on forever. There’s truly something for everyone in Manitou!