Wednesdays – Saturdays
The summer Living History Programs are an engaging, personal and fun way to visit a park. The program provides third-person interpretation of the history of the Pikes Peak region to create dynamic, authentic experiences.
Tours are self-guided through 6 historic sites: 1775-1835 American Indian Area, 1860s Homestead Cabin, 19th Century Garden and Farm, 1800s Victorian Rock Ledge House, 19th Century Blacksmith Shop, and 1907 Orchard House.
All of your senses will be enlightened with history! Play games, see craft demonstrations, smell authentic cooking over campfire, wood or coal burning stoves; hear historic stories or music, and sip on an old-fashioned soda from the General Store.