Be assured of quality and comfort by making reservations for lodging at a Cripple Creek bed and breakfast inn that is inspected and approved by BBIC.
At the turn of the century, Cripple Creek’s main attraction was gold. Starting in the late 1890s, thousands of miners and their families flocked to the district in search of wealth and freedom. Today historical mines, buildings, an historical melodrama, and long-forgotten places like Pinnacle Park are still strong drawing cards for thousands of tourists. The main draw to Cripple Creek is limited stakes gambling, which hundreds of tourists participate in annually. Experience the Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine, 1000 feet down in the earth, which is the most complete perspective of gold mining in the world. Among the places to go and things to see are: Butte Opera House, Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad, Florrisant Fossil Beds National Monument, Lowell Thomas Museum, Mueller State Park, Old Homestead Museum and the world-renowned Shelf Road Rock Climbing Area.
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