Stroll down memory lane by antiquing in local one-of-a-kind shops. Suggested stops:
- The original Taffy Shop featuring an old-fashioned taffy pulling machine
- Take an old-time themed photo at Real West Old Time Portraits
Fall River Jewelry & Antiques for collector items
Enjoy lunch in downtown at Smokin’ Dave’s BBQ, which makes their own range of BBQ sauces
Visit the Baldplate Inn featuring the world’s largest Key Museum – Over 20,000 keys on display.
Dinner at Twin Owls Steakhouse
Check in to the historic Stanley Hotel, known for its architecture, magnificent setting, famous visitors and inspirational role in Stephen King’s novel, “The Shining”.
Breakfast at Notchtop Bakery & Café with free wi-fi access available
Grab a picnic lunch to take with your from B&B Deli before heading for a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park. Take a self-guided tour of Rocky Mountain National Park’s natural history. Be sure to stop and see the Alluvial Fan – one of the park’s most notable geological formations on display.
Enjoy your picnic lunch in the park at your leisure.
Check into the historic Stanley Hotel, which served as a literary inspiration for one of the most notable authors of all time, Stephen King.
Enjoy dinner at the Cascades Restaurant in the hotel, in which a scene from the movie “Dumb & Dumber” was filmed.
Connect the past to the present with a five-hour ghost hunting lesson from the Stanley’s on-staff paranormal investigator.
Breakfast at your leisure. Catch a film at the Historic Park Theatre, one the oldest movie theatres in the United States, or take a horseback ride through Estes Park Outfitters
Stop by Yesterday’s Ice Cream Shoppe for a sweet dessert treat.
Photos courtesy of Colorado Tourism