What To Do in Colorado Springs Summer 2013

I love helpful websites that give you ideas of things you can do in and around town. Whether you are looking for ideas for your daycare/babysitter, for your kids or for yourself, I hope you find this information helpful! The below information is for free or very inexpensive fun around town this summer.

FREE BOWLING for students 18 years old & under at Brunswick Zone - check out all the details here.
(you do pay shoe rental of approx $3.50)

Here's another FREE BOWLING for kids link at Classic 300 Lanes, Fountain Valley Bowl & Harmony Bowl. Check out details here and please know you do have to either bring bowling shoes or pay shoe rental.

MOVIES for $1.00 (or less) at Cinemark. Details here.


Fine Arts Center - FREE on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Details here.

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is ALWAYS FREE.

You can visit and tour the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for FREE.

The Money Museum has FREE admission on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Regular admission is between $4-$5/person. Learn more here.

For a GREAT list of free and cheap museums in Colorado Springs, visit Colorado Springs Bargains. It's a wonderful site with a wealth of information!

Here is a helpful link to some FREE admission days to popular attractions in Denver. Whether you are interested in the Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature and Science, Botanic Gardens, Children's Museum's or others - check it out.

One last link - again to Colorado Springs Bargains for a list of WHERE in Colorado Springs Kids can EAT FREE. There is even a color coded map by days of the week. What a GREAT resource!

Memorial Day 2013

Remembering all those who have served our country - past & present - and those who have lost their life defending our freedom. Thank you!