Family To Dos in Glenwood Springs
Hidden History Tours
Glenwood’s ghosts have a famous history – take a tour to learn about our hidden past. Tours are presented by the Frontier Historical Society and run every Friday evening at 7 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Tours are $15 and meet in front of the Visitors’ Center. For more information call 970.945.4448.
Head to Glenwood’s Vaudeville Review for an evening of belly shaking laughs. Food and beverages from local restaurants are available for purchase. The show is performed every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, visit their website or call for more information. 915 Grand Avenue | 970.945.9699 | gvrshow.com
Live Music at the Caverns
Can for a Tram up to the Glenwood Caverns on Saturday nights for sightseeing, thrills and Music on the Mountain. Donate a canned food good and ride the tram for free. CAN-FOR-A-TRAM starts at 4pm, Music is from 6 – 10pm. Check here for the music schedule.
There are many local treats to be found at the Glenwood Springs Farmers Market. The market runs weekly on Tuesdays from 4-8pm. Fill up on sweet corn, peaches and local crafts!
The Glenwood Amtrak station turned 110 years old in June! The Glenwood Railroad Museum is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 11am to 3pm.
BEST WESTERN Antlers offers Free Shuttle Service To And From The Amtrak Station, Call us to book your stay and plan your travel needs! 800-626-0609.