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Holiday Light Tours

Melissa Baumgartner, Staff Writer

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Holiday Light Tours

There are several exciting and beautiful light displays set up throughout Colorado Springs. Some key locations to visit are the Broadmoor area, Cave Of The Winds, and Manitou. Many homeowners welcome the community to view their extravagant hard work and even encourage it.

Cave Of The Winds, a popular tourist area, will be giving light shows through January 5th. The famous Caves will be draped in beautiful holiday lights.  The cost is $25 per car with up to ten people, and $30 for vans with over 10 people. If you bring a new toy to donate to Toy for Tots, you will receive $5 off.

The Broadmoor Hotel will be covered in holiday decor through the New Year, as well as the homes surrounding the historic hotel. The Broadmoor is hosting the Broadmoor Seven Falls Winter Lights on December 23rd and 24th. The cost is $14.50 for adults and $9.00 for children.

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is joining in on the fun by holding an “electric light show”. You can attend this on December 23rd and 25th, as well as January 1st. The cost for this $12.75 for ages 12-65, $10.75 for seniors, and $8.75 for kids.

Manitou, everyone’s favorite downtown shopping center, will also be sporting holiday cheer through the New Year.

If you enjoy getting into the joyous holiday spirit, take a ride with your family or friends through these locations to view some truly gorgeous lights.

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