The Manitou Cliff Dwellings is a rare historical treasure. Preserved under a protective red sandstone overhang, authentic Anasazi cliff dwellings, built more than 700 years ago, await you here. There are no "Do Not Touch" signs. You are free to touch and even go inside these fascinating architectural remnants of an American Indian culture that roamed the Four Corners area of the Southwest from 1200 B.C. to A.D. 1300.
The Manitou Cliff Dwellings is located in Manitou Springs, Colorado, at the foot of Pikes Peak, the mountain that provided the inspiration for the writing of, America the Beautiful. The dwellings are open seven days a week, year round, except for Christmas Day and Thanksgiving. During the summer months, Native American Indians - descendants of the Ancient Ones - demonstrate their living culture through traditional dances handed down from generation to generation.
Next to the cliff dwellings is a three-story Pueblo-style building that houses the Anasazi museum and a Southwestern gift shop. This structure was faithfully designed and constructed in the architectural style of the Pueblo Indians, descendants of the Anasazi.
June, July & August - 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
May & September - 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
December, January & February - 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
March, April, October & November - 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Adults (12 and over) - $9.50 + Tax
Children (7-11) - $7.50 + Tax
Children (6 & under) - Free
Seniors (60 plus) - $8.50 + Tax
People in wheelchairs and anyone over 100 - Free
For groups of 10 or more:
Adults (12 and over) - $8.50 + Tax
Children - $6.50 + Tax