The Definitive Guide To Uncovering Colorado’s Best Attractions — Small Towns, Gorgeous Parks, Museums, And More!

It’s hard to deny that Colorado is one of the top states in the country. With towering mountains, beautiful lakes, and world-class skiing, what’s not to love? Further, Colorado also has some of the country’s best attractions like boat and train rides, amazing museums, and incredible parks. Keep reading to see some of our favorite attractions in Colorado.

Nederland, Colorado, can be found at a whopping elevation of 8236 feet! West of Boulder, Colorado, Nederland is a town of under 1,500 people who will welcome you to their town and the surrounding forest. Once a trading post and mining town, Nederland now has coffee shops, museums, and restaurants, so be sure to visit Nederland next time you need to get out of the big city!

Cheese Importers can be found in Longmont, Colorado, and is truly amazing. With seemingly endless selections, the shop is setup to look like a European market where you can browse domestic and international cheeses. The shop also has plenty of salamis, pastas, nuts, and sweets, so no matter what you’re looking for, be sure to stop by Cheese Importers!

Morrison’s Dinosaur Ridge is quite a unique park as it is one of the world’s most famous fossil sites. Lots of fossils have been found here, including those of the Stegosaurus dinosaur! There are also hundreds of dinosaur tracks which can be seen throughout the park making it an incredible experience. Go visit Morrison’s Dinosaur Ridge to get outside and see some artifacts from the distant past!

25 miles east of Grand Junction awaits one of Colorado’s best adventures. There, Jet Boat Colorado hosts exciting, high-adrenaline boat tours through De Beque. The boats are modeled after New Zealand style jet boats, and take you through the mountains and canyons of Colorado, providing a unique vantage point of the sights. For those seeking true adventure, Jet Boat Colorado delivers!

The Christkindl Market pops up in Denver, Colorado, every December, and is a Christmas favorite. The Market features live music, lots of vendors and artists featuring crafts, and amazing German cuisine. If you are looking to try something new this holiday season, be sure to check out The Christkindl Market.

The Georgetown Loop Railroad is an incredible adventure in an open-air train through the mountains of beautiful Colorado. The tour will take you through a narrow canyon and across bridges as you gain over 600 feet in elevation. Be sure to hop on the Georgetown Loop Railroad for a unique perspective of the amazing Colorado landscape!

The Royal Gorge Bridge is not only the highest bridge in Colorado, but is also the highest bridge in America. If this sounds like something you just have to see, head on over to the Arkansas River in CaƱon City, where the bridge sits 955 feet above the river. This suspension bridge is 1,260 feet long, and every year over 350,000 people walk across it. We highly recommend joining them and checking out the Royal Gorge Bridge as soon as you can.

The Cripple Creek Jail museum is a one-of-a-kind museum that gives you an inside look to the Wild Wet history in Colorado. The museum has lots of exhibits, but our favorite is the original jail cells which are from the turn of the 20th century! These cells really give you a behind-the-scenes look of the Wild West, so be sure to check out the Cripple Creek Jail Museum today.