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Where to stay near Ghost Town Museum?

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Find out more about Ghost Town Museum

Where is Ghost Town Museum?

Colorado Springs is home to Ghost Town Museum. Visitors give high marks for top attractions and activities such as the college atmosphere and beautiful hiking trails in Colorado Springs. If you'd like to find things to do in the area, you may want to check out Garden of the Gods and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.

Where Can I Stay near Ghost Town Museum?

We've got 170 hotels to pick from within a mile of Ghost Town Museum. You may want to consider one of these options that are popular with our guests:

The Cozy Cottage

  • 3.5-star vacation home • Free parking • Free WiFi • Garden

Luxurious, impeccable home in old Colorado City

  • 3.5-star vacation home • Free parking • Free WiFi • Garden

UNIQUE WESTSIDE HOUSE IN A GREAT LOCATION. NEWLY REMODELED

  • 3.5-star vacation home • Free parking • Free WiFi • Garden

Walk to Dining & Shopping in Old Colorado City

  • 3.5-star vacation home • Free parking • Free WiFi • Garden

2BR Old Colorado City Retreat With Mtn View

  • 4-star condo • Free parking • Free WiFi • Garden

Things to See and Do near Ghost Town Museum

What to See near Ghost Town Museum

  • Garden of the Gods
  • Red Rock Canyon
  • Colorado College
  • Seven Falls
  • University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

Things to Do near Ghost Town Museum

  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
  • Pikes Peak Center
  • Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
  • Garden of the Gods Trading Post
  • Broadmoor Golf Club

How to Get to Ghost Town Museum

Flights to Colorado Springs

  • Colorado Springs Airport (COS), 7 mi (11.2 km) from central Colorado Springs

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