Have you wondered where miners got supplies during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush? They came to Old Colorado City. Do you wonder where residents and visitors go in Colorado Springs for food, fun and history?
They go to Old Colorado City.
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The Michael Garman Museum and Gallery showcases over 500 handmade sculptures by America’s Storyteller Sculptor. All of Michael Garman’s sculptures are reproduced by hand right here in the Garman Building in Old Colorado City. Every sculpture honors our American heroes firefighters, soldiers, cowboys, linemen, teachers, police officers, and many, many more.
Magic Town is Michael Garman’s 3,000 square foot sculptural theater. Wander through alleyways of yesteryear in this gritty Americana dollhouse.
The fun never stops at Mother Muff’s! Stop into this restaurant and bar in the Old Waycott Opera House building where breakfast and lunch are served until the bar closes at the end of the day. Enjoy a bacon bowl or a cronut burger while viewing photographs from Old Colorado City’s history and watching the Casablanca fan in the front room bar.