Manitou Cliff Dwellings

It’s one thing to read about history, it is quite another to touch it. Step across the threshold of 700-year old homes, run your fingers across the cool stone and imagine what the view from those windows might have been. Be sure to take a look at the Ancient Pueblo Indian artifacts in the museums, stop for a bit of shade in the teepee and try your hand at grinding corn.

Adult (12+)

$10.00

Quantity
0

Child (4-11)

$7.50

Quantity
0

Senior (60+)

$8.50

Quantity
0

highlights

  • Meet the wolves twice a month — check our Facebook page for dates
  • Find the perfect Colorado or Native American made treasure in our gift shop
  • Listen to the audio tour right on your smartphone, or enjoy history tech-free
learn more
detail image

Manitou Cliff Dwellings


Our three story pueblo structure demonstrates the architecture of the Taos Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. These Pueblo Indians are descendants of the Cliff Dwelling Indians belonging to the Anasazi cultural line. This pueblo building was erected at the turn of the century and was home to a Native American family of dancers who entertained the tourists for several generations. This Native American family lived in the pueblo as late as 1984. In later years, the pueblo was expanded into museums of pottery and artifacts. It has since been expanded to include our souvenir shop that offers Native Made pottery, jewelry, and artifacts, as well as Colorado and US made gifts. We welcome you to explore the Anasazi culture and get a “hands on” educational experience, while you are visiting the Pikes Peak region.

price

$7.50 - $10.00

expires

365 days from date of purchase

Included Venues

(719) 685-5242

http://www.cliffdwellingsmuseum.com

10 Cliff Rd, Manitou Springs, CO 80829, United States

Items

  • Admission Cliff Dwellings

    Short Description- Explore the fascinating architecture of the ancient Anasazi and browse through two museums featuring cultural displays all overlooking the historic town of Manitou Springs.

It’s one thing to read about history, it is quite another to touch it. Step across the threshold of 700-year old homes, run your fingers across the cool stone and imagine what the view from those windows might have been. Be sure to take a look at the Ancient Puebloan indian artifacts in the museums, stop for a bit of shade in the teepee and try your hand at grinding corn.

PICTURE THIS
No home is complete without a family pet, and for these Ancient Puebloan indians, that would have been a domesticated wolf. Twice a month, the folks from Colorado Wolf Adventures bring their well-socialized wolves by for a visit. Follow them on Facebook for dates.

HOURS:
The Manitou Cliff Dwellings is open seven days a week year-round, weather permitting.
May, June, July & August – 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
March, April, September & October – 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
November – 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
December, January & February – 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.

0

You have no items in your cart.