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Colorado Trip Ideas

The articles below offer great vacation ideas and things to do in Colorado. Use the Category drop-down menu to sort the articles by topics you're interested in. Get started planning your amazing Colorado vacation today!

  • See for Free: Colorado Brewery, Winery & Distillery Tours

    Home to more than 230 breweries, 100 wineries and 54 distilleries and counting, Colorado's ground zero for locally produced libations. Tours and tastings at these great Colorado breweries, wineries and distilleries and many more across the state...

  • Free Tours in Denver, Boulder & Colorado Springs

    There are plenty of quality free tours to round out any expedition in Colorado, especially in the Front Range cities of Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs. Take these suggestions, and you’ll walk away with money in your pocket and enlightenment...

  • Colorado Wine Trails & Tasting Rooms

    Colorado’s wine industry, more than 110 producers strong, offers settings and wine-tasting rooms like no other wine region in the world. Colorado's unparalleled natural beauty is luring up-and-coming wineries, and for those looking for the next big...

  • Harvest Fun: Fall Farm Activities in Colorado

    When harvest season nears, Colorado’s farms swing open their gates for fall fun in the fields. Load up the whole family for wallet-friendly learnin’, pickin’ and eatin’ — all the while supporting local growers and businesses.

  • Colorado Cave Tours

    An incredible experience awaits Colorado visitors thousands of feet below ground in Glenwood Caverns and Cave of the Winds. Colorado's natural-cave tours are perfectly suited for the entire family. Professional guides will explain the cave’s...

  • Public Art in Denver: Larger Than Life Tour

    Denver is a city intent on beautifying its public spaces — in a big way. More than 60 sculptures, murals and statues can be found on its streets, with more added every year. Many of these public artworks are several stories tall, creating a larger-...

  • Colorado History: Colorado State Capitol in Denver

    The golden-domed Colorado State Capitol is one of the prominent features in Denver's skyline. The Neoclassical building, which sits at the eastern end of Denver's Civic Center Park, serves as a sort of museum to Colorado history, and free tours of...

  • American Indian History in Southwest Colorado

    Colorado is home to some of the nation's best-preserved cliff dwellings and American Indian archological finds. A tour around southwest Colorado leads you through the history of the Ancestral Puebloan, Ute and Navajo people and includes visits to...

  • Where to See the Dinosaurs of Colorado

    The land of Colorado was once roamed by mighty stegosauruses, tricerotops and other long-necked dinosaur giants. There are several paleontolological sites and museums across Colorado where you can see ancient fossils of the state's earliest...

  • Unexpected Flavors: Beyond Wine in Colorado's Wine Country

    Colorado’s Grand Valley has the largest concentration of vineyards and wineries in the state, but there’s so much more to taste than wine. Spend a summer day in the family farms and orchards near Palisade and Grand Junction to savor the other...