Manitou Cliff Dwellings
- Jill MarieApr. 3, 2021Fun and Education for the Whole Family
Dogs are welcome to enjoy the whole site as long as they remain on a leash. My dog enjoyed this as much as my kids and I did. Lots to keep us all interested and moving around. We laughed as he really appeared to be checking out the displays and shops and dwellings.
- RuthAug. 4, 2020Super Interesting
These cliff dwellings are a must see as they are super interesting. They are very dog friendly, allowing us to take our dog through the museum and dwellings. There was no grass or any other area for our for our dog to do his business, but the terrain doesn’t naturally lend itself to grass do what can you do. It’s a great place to visit, highly recommended.
- JaraJul. 19, 2020Great history!
My pup and I visited Manitou Cliff Dwellings a couple of days ago, and it was wonderful. It was probably the most dog-friendly place we went on our trip to Colorado -- dogs are allowed ANYWHERE people are allowed, even in the museum and gift shop. They even gave my pup a couple of treats, and it was truly a great experience. The museum was very cool to see, as were the historical cliff dwellings. I'd highly recommend visiting here, whether you're human or canine!
- AmberJul. 4, 2020Very Dog Friendly
I appreciate that they allow your dog in the museum and everywhere. although this is a short trip and not cheap, it is very interesting.
- CatherineMar. 17, 2019Good Museum
Dogs allowed on the entire property. Including the gift shop and museum.
- JaslynJul. 9, 2018Tight Spaces
The Cliff Dwellings were very dog friendly - there wasn't a place we could go that she couldn't. However, the spaces were very tight, so it was sometimes hard to navigate with her, but the staff was friendly and she enjoyed the love. Not sure I would go back. The cliff dwellings were neat, but the internet made it seem like they were a lot larger and had more of them, a little disappointed with how little there was.
- KCMore than a year agoExploring
This place was really interesting to check out. There weren't very many dogs which we were happy with. Some parts of the inside of the buildings are very small to squeeze through with your dog. My younger dog needed a little push to go through some of the hallways with it being so small. There isn't a place for pups to go potty that we could find, so heads up there. All around it was really cool to be able to take the dogs there
- DeniseMore than a year agoSeriously dog-friendly
I"d recommend going in the morning before it gets too crowded as the dwellings themselves are small. It was pricey but worth it for us to be able to take the dogs along. You can take your dog everywhere, even into the museum and gift shop. Some great photo-ops are possible here...we would have stayed longer but it was too hot for the pups.
- AmyMore than a year agoCrowded
This was a fun experience for our dog, my husband, and me. It was a little crowded when we went. I didn't like people acting like they were scared of our dog! I was thinking.. come on people, do you really think we would bring in a vicious dog? Our 9 1/2 year old boxer had a blast. The price is definitely a little pricey for what you are looking at but worth it since our dog got to go with us. We could tell her thought he was pretty special.
- LucyMore than a year agoEducational For the People, Great Exploring for the Dog
This place is SUPER on leash dog friendly. You and your dog can walk in the "ruins" and in the gift shop. The whole family had a great time. It is a little pricey, but definitely interesting, and informative.