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  • Colorado Springs Pioneers MuseumColorado Springs Pioneers Museum Colorado Springs, Colorado
    The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is located in the downtown area, in the 1903 El Paso County courthouse and admission is free to the public. This wonderful museum showcases the culture and history of the Pikes Peak region, with displays that highlight the special character of the area, with the museum's building being one of the most outstanding features of the city. Every year, thousands of people come here to learn about its history and influences in the region, sitting in one of the two city parks with lush green lawns, outdoor sculptures, brilliant colorful flowers and a marvelous granite fountain. Its permanent displays tell of the history of the region and the rotating exhibits talk about various interests to the citizenry. It has shown antique quilts, space exploration, western art, and Plains and Pueblo Indian culture. Cultural exhibits have included baseball memorabilia, murals, juke boxes and motorcycles. The murals were done by local artist Eric Bransby, and show the history of Pikes Peak and the region from its earliest human settlements to the construction of the Air Force Academy.

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  • Garden of the GodsGarden of the Gods Colorado Springs, Colorado
    The Garden of the Gods public park is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado and has remained free to visitors since the children of Charles Elliot Perkins that donated the land to the city in 1909. There are many trails available for walking, mountain biking, horseback riding and hiking, offering some of the most magnificent rock formations in the country and other sights that will mesmerize you for hours on end. One of the most favorite trails is called Perkins, and it has been paved in order to save it from further deterioration by so many people traveling over it. Visitors are constantly being told about the many rattlesnakes that live in the area, especially in the hot summers.

September 11, 2012