Living History Program
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The spirited history of the West comes to life at Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site!
The spirited history of the West comes to life at Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site. You are invited to explore the lifestyles and homes of the Pikes Peak Region’s early inhabitants. Knowledgeable interpreters will assist you on your journey through one of the nation’s premier historic sites.
You can experience the lifestyle of the Ute and Plains Indians who lived along the Central Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. You can learn about the rigors of making a move west and homesteading this land in the late 1860’s. You may gain an appreciation of the challenges of operating a working farm in the late 19th century. You will be charmed by the grace and sophistication of an early 20th century estate, built by the founder of Colorado Springs, General William J. Palmer.
LHA Members: Free
Adults: $8, Seniors: $5, Children 6-12: $4, Children under 6 are free.
Contact: (719) 578-6777
3105 Gateway Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80904