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The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery (formerly the Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center)
The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery in Fort Collins is home to a remarkable collection of more than 30000 artifacts related to the historical and cultural identity of the region. It has a noteworthy compilation of Folsom materials, agricultural tools, household items, paintings and clothing related to the Cache La Poudre River Valley. Also of note here are four historic structures, central to which is the oldest cabin called the ‘Auntie’ Stone's Cabin.
Gardens on Spring Creek
Fort Collins’ the Gardens on Spring Creek is an 18 acre botanical garden located on the Spring Creek corridor in Fort Collins. The most stunning combination of sights and smells in the city, it is divided into a large number of gardens that bloom with different flowers in every season. Three star attractions here are the Children's Garden, Garden of Eatin’ and the Wetlands Demonstration.
Horsetooth Reservoir (or the Horsetooth)
Horsetooth Reservoir in Fort Collins is a huge reservoir that sits royally in the foothills of Dakota Hogback near Fort Collins and offers recreational boating, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and road cycling. You can also prefer this hotspot for the sport of bouldering because the local topography and hard Dakota sandstone offers an ideal condition for athletes.
Benson Sculpture Garden
Loveland’s Benson Sculpture Garden is regarded as ‘one of the 200 most important modern and contemporary art sites around the world.’ It is an alpha place of 154 jaw-dropping pieces of sculpture set amidst a scenic backdrop of ponds and vegetation. Some of the most notable artworks here include High Plains Warrior, Woman with Basket and Endangered Grace.