The Victor Trading Company offers over 2750 unique, hand made tin cookie cutters, hand made decorative brooms, candles, jewelry, tin ware, and even custom made tin cans.
Be sure to visit Victor, Colorado. Even Martha Stewart knows about The Victor Trading Company. Stop in to find out why!
Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center reaches approximately 40,000 people per year providing high quality, interactive, educational tours and programs regarding wolf and wildlife conservation.
RMDRC is home to an awe-inspiring display of dinosaurs, prehistoric marine reptiles, pterosaurs and fish of North America.
See a working fossil laboratory and enjoy life-restoration as well as skeletons of these fascinating animals.
Take an interesting trip through history with a visit to the Cripple Creek District Museum
The last passenger train of the Midland Terminal traveling up Ute Pass. According to historian William Abbott "this may have been the Rocky Mountain Railroad Club Special.
The Butte Theater is an 1890's theater refurbished for modern use.
The stage is home to professional and community theater productions as well a variety of entertainment venues.
Beneath a grassy mountain valley in central Colorado lies one of the richest and most diverse fossil deposits in the world.
Petrified redwood stumps up to 14 feet wide and thousands of detailed fossils of insects and plants reveal the story of a very different, prehistoric Colorado.
The 11,600-square-foot Pikes Peak Heritage Center is designed in a style reminiscent of the town’s heyday; however, the technology is all 21st century. State-of-the-art doesn’t begin to describe what awaits you in the area’s newest Pikes Peak travel center
The Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine is perched at 10,000 feet above sea level. During a two minute 1,000 foot vertical shaft descent, touring guests experience time travel as gold mining history unfolds before your very eyes.
A trip on the Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad, reveals scenic wonders around every curve as century-old steam locomotive transports you back to the gold mining days of Cripple Creek & Victor, Colorado.
Experience our quiet, Colorado mountain town with clean air and blue skies. Pan for gold at the museum or enjoy a chocolate milk shake at the old-fashioned soda fountain.
|Attractions - Home|
|Cripple Creek District Museum|
|Lowell Thomas Museum|
|Old Homestead House|
|Pikes Peak Historical Society|
|Ute Pass Historical Society|
|Victor City Hall Museum|
|American Eagles Overlook|
|Fire Station #3|
|Florissant Fossil Beds|
|Gazebo at GMF|
|Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine|
|Narrow Gauge Railroad|
|Pikes Peak Heritage Center|
|Rocky Mountain Dinosaurs|
|The Butte Theater|
|Victor Trading Company|
|Wolf & Wildlife Center|