Want to go for an adventure? Whether you want to learn about the city’s craft beer scene, agriculture, brothels and bootleggers, local ghost stories, or the mysterious underground tunnel system, Magic Bus Tours and Charters will take you on an exciting journey of Historic Downtown. Since 2013, owner Michael Murphy has been guiding people on 90-minute interactive journeys back in time in a 21-seat limo bus, equipped with audiovisual devices that help bring history to life. This Halloween, experience the paranormal side of our city through two uniquely different haunted tours. The Ghost Bus Tour is an interactive journey of haunted locations steeped in murder and mayhem; while there, take part in a live ghost hunt! The Trail of Terror Walking Tour takes you on a haunted journey of Old Town with local historian Suzy Riding and spirit medium Mary Potter. For more information on Magic Bus Tours visit, The Magic Bus Tours Website Here .
Theatre lovers are grateful for the Lincoln Center each and every day. Every year they bring incredible performances right into the heart of Fort Collins. They are at it again this year with the release of their 2017/2018 show lineup. Among them are national tours of Broadway hit shows such as: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella Jersey Boys Cabaret For a full list of shows, visit LCtix.com. Season renewals and new […]
New Year’s Eve – Come join in the fun downtown for the 17th annual First Night Fort Collins! Enjoy the wonderful and diverse entertainment presented at this non-alcoholic New Year’s Eve celebration. First Night Fort Collins 2013 promises new performing acts, storytelling, history, interactive craft projects, old favorites, street performers, international dancing and much more. This year’s lineup brings Fort Collins, Front Range and national performers together to create a unique […]
Ever wonder what happened to Blue Skies Winery, the local custom winery in Fort Collins known for serving up knowledge with your glass of wine? That fine example of local talent is still around at 251 Jefferson St. in Fort Collins, though their name was changed to Lost Prairie Winery in 2016. Lost Prairie Winery continues to craft small batches of wine onsite, and always has something new and fun […]