It's a great time of year to save money and enjoy an outing with family and friends. You can enjoy a spooky adventure with a quick trip to Cripple Creek for a Ghost Walk Tour. It's absolutely free and begins at 6 p.m. every Saturday night in October. You'll hear stories of Cripple Creek's ghostly residents and scary tales from the past. The tours last about an hour, and complimentary cider and hot chocolate is served at the end. No reservations are required and the tour is family friendly.
We all know moms need a break and love to play too. Here's a deal just for you. iT'z Family Food and Fun is offering a "Mom's Night Out" on the evening of Thursday, October 21st. Grab some girlfriends and enjoy a free dinner buffet and games when you buy a drink. It's from 6pm to 8pm and vendors catering to women will be there. You must register by Tuesday, October 19th and no children are allowed.
There are plenty of other free destination to enjoy this coming week. The Money Museum in Colorado Springs is offering a free day on Saturday, October 16th. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science has free admission on Monday, October 18th. You can enjoy free admission to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center on Tuesday, October 19th, and admission is free at the Denver Zoo on Thursday, October 21st.
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