Gallery Openings * Live Demonstrations * Meet the Artists
Shopping and Dining * Special Performances
The entire shuttle bus loop takes 40 minutes.
Shuttle buses pick up at each stop approximately every 20 minutes.
The shuttle runs from 5 to 9:30 p.m. to allow riders to enjoy local dining options.
Cottonwood Center for the Arts is a community impact organization located in downtown Colorado Springs. Their mission is to engage the Pikes Peak Region in art through learning, exhibits, and performances, hosting a diverse and creative community of work spaces for artists.
Pick-Up / Drop Off Point: Front Entrance of Cottonwood Center for the Arts
The first park donated to the City of Colorado Springs in 1891, Acacia Park serves as a central hub of activity in the downtown Colorado Springs area. Located within easy walking distance of most of downtown, the park hosts events of all kinds and is especially vibrant during the summer months.
Pick-Up / Drop Off Point: Story Coffee (south side of park)
The Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, built in 1936, grew out of and expanded on the mission of the esteemed Broadmoor Art Academy to become one of the only multi-discipline arts institutions in the nation. Today it remains an amazing rarity — a museum, theater, and art school, essentially an entire arts district, under one roof.
Pick Up / Drop Off Point: Front Entrance of the Fine Arts Center
The plaza not only hosts offices for many organizations, but three galleries reside inside as well. This stop is also located close to many dining options and art galleries in the central and south portions of downtown Colorado Springs.
Pick-Up / Drop Off Point: Outside MacKenzie’s Chop House
The Arts Depot District Galleries are located in an early 20th-century granary near the railroad tracks, in the original part of downtown Colorado Springs. The district features three separate gallery spaces.
Pick-Up / Drop Off Point: Southwest Staircase
Colorado City (now Old Colorado City) was established in 1859 during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush as a supply town and commercial staging area. Though now part of Colorado Springs and no longer a town of its own, Old Colorado City continues as a charming and historic center of galleries, retail, restaurants, and commerce.
Pick-Up / Drop Off Point: Colorado Avenue bus stop between 25th & 26th streets
Special thanks to our shuttle bus partners: