Not only is there a lot to go see and explore, just stepping outside the resort will hold spectacular photographic  scenery! Visit Colorado Springs in June
Colorado Springs is definitely a place where you will not find yourself twiddling your thumbs.  Not only is there a lot to go see and explore, just stepping outside the resort will hold spectacular photographic  scenery.   Check out some of the things to do below.  We have included an online vacation planner magazine and a link to the visitors center with a plethora of fun. 
T he Academy welcomes all visitors to one of our country’s National Historic Landmarks. We invite visitors to enter the installation through the North Gate between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., beginning Thursday, May 21st. Since the Academy is still under heightened security measures directed by NORTHCOM, non-DoD cardholders must present one form of government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license.

  In August, 1859, two surveyors started out from Denver to begin a town site called Colorado City. While exploring locations, they came upon a beautiful area of sandstone formations. M.S. Beach suggested that it would be “a capital place for a beer garden,” when the country grew up. His companion, Rufus Cable, exclaimed, “Beer Garden! Why it is a fit place for the Gods to assemble. We will call it the Garden of the Gods.” The name stuck.  The beauty and history of the 1,367-acre Garden of the Gods Park, has been designated as a National Natural Landmark.  
T he Broadmoor’s Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog Railway holds a unique distinction as the highest cog railway in the world. Wonder how this legendary Pikes Peak train came to take visitors to the top of America’s Mountain? One of the tourists who visited the Pikes Peak region in the late 1880s was Zalmon Simmons, inventor and founder of the Simmons Beautyrest Mattress Company.  Mr. Simmons rode to the summit of Pikes Peak on a mule. The arduous, two day trip was the only way to reach the top in those days.  Mr. Simmons was awed by the scenery but determined that the views should be experienced in a more civilized and comfortable manner.  Thus, the railway was born.  
Check out this online magazine that is a joint venture of the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau and Pikes Peak Country Attractions.