The Town of Windsor is a Home Rule Municipality in Larimer and Weld counties in the U.S. state of Colorado. According to June 2016 estimates, the population of the town was 24,500. Windsor is located in the region known as Northern Colorado. Windsor is situated 59 miles (95 km) north of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver.
Restaurants in Windsor
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Friends, families and couples alike can enjoy this establishment! Best place in northern Colorado for beer consuming! Wounderful collection of beers to choose from! Live music from time to time. As always done forget to get a bite to eat from the resident street taco man!!!!
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Great use of old parts and pieces of vehicles and machinery. Creative and inspired art. Well worth the stop, donation and time.
5 based on 10 reviews
Hunters Moon Meadery makes Mead/Honey Wine with honey from our 50+ honeybee hives. We make Meads with such natural ingredients as Wild Rocky Mountain Huckleberries,other Colorado fruit organic lemons and spices such as whole cloves and saffron. We have already won 2 International awards with our meads! Our Private Meadery Tours are by appointment only. We have a maximum capacity of 18 people for the Tours. During the Tour if the weather permits, you can actually go out back and see some working beehives. We do not sell our honey, but we do give tastes if you ask. We have a passion for "the oldest known alcoholic beverage" that we like to share with others!
I love all of the Meads that this Meadery produces! The Earl Greg is by far the best. A close second (which hasn't been released yet because of labeling approval) is the Peach. The owners are very kind and make you feel like a part...MoreThank you! Earl Greg (earl grey tea infused honey wine) is a favorite of many. Our "Prospector Peach should be bottled & Labelled soon. We welcome you back anytime for another Private Tasting!
5 based on 487 reviews
Largest juried outdoor sculpture show in the United States, takes place each year over the second weekend in August.
When visiting Denver, we wanted to explore the outdoors, get fresh air, and do some walking/hiking and thought this sculpture garden would be a perfect way to start! It is #1 on Tripadvisor for Loveland.
We were a bit disappointed by how small the park is. We printed a map first which showed lots and lots of sculptures but when we got there they didn’t line up with the map.
We saw a good variety of sculptures – some we liked and some we found just a bit strange. The best part of our walk was watching birds quarrel in a tree and squirrels playing tag near by. Which does make me wonder how this park got such a top rating in tripadvisor?
5 based on 10 reviews
I had heard of this man’s collection of some old and more recent washing machines, and expected to see 50 or so in a small storage building. I was astounded when I walked into a large building housing Lee Maxwell’s collection of 1400 washing machines of every age and description. What began 30 years ago as a hobby after retiring from his faculty position at Colorado State University has grown into what could be the world’s largest washing machine collection. He has strange looking hand-operated wooden devices, early motor-driven rotating designs and modern electronically controlled machines. Maxwell gives a very interesting narrated chronological walking tour through his treasures. His extensive historical research of these machanical and their manufacturers is impressive. Equally impressive is his shop where he does mechanical and electrical repairs that bring well worn work horses back to life. Maxwell has acquired washing machines from all over the US and some from other countries. This museum shows how technology has changed the way we wash our clothes.
5 based on 214 reviews
A year or two ago I'd picked up a brochure on this museum and decided I wanted to see it on my next trip to Colorado. I went yesterday, 9/16/17, driving up from the Denver area.
It was well worth the drive.
Some 5,500 square feet, it features the best of model railroading. The layout is fantastic: huge mountains, rivers, bridges, towering trestles, neat little communities, cities, and industrial areas. The modelling work is simply first rate, and I believe it's all done by amateur volunteers ... but the work is more than professional quality.
There are trains constantly running, by members of the museum, who are super friendly and willing to answer any and all questions. And the trains travel through the entire layout. There was one with orange chemical cars that looked to be nearly 200 cars long with several engines pulling it, through huge curves and up and down mountains. And that was just one of, oh, probably 8 or 9 trains being run on the tracks at the same time.
The main level is 48-inches off the floor (but there are platforms and stools to stand on for shorter folks and kids) and the tops of the mountains are about 98-inches high. And you walk on the main level and upper level to get great views of the entire layout.
And the entire layout is super-detailed ... with small touches most don't see, but which add greatly to the realism and enjoyment of the layout.
There is a small gift shop with some toys and trinkets for sale, as well as some videos.
And there is a fully restored caboose which you can walk through to see how the conductors lived and worked.
Admission is $10 with discounts for seniors and children.
We went through fairly quickly, in just over an hour, but you could easily spend days here and see something different, and wonderful, on every visit.
I will be back!
5 based on 1 reviews
Tour guide Scott took us on an excellent tour of the brewery. The facility is excellent, clean, and well laid out. Recommend it highly. Parking is on the street at this time.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
While I did not try concessions here (food), we did rent paddle boards, a canoe, and a kayak. This is a great value. The lake isn't a clear mountain lake, but there is a decent small beach. We visited 2 hot summer days, and it was good overall. I would rate it 3.5 if I could, but since it is free and the rentals were very reasonably priced, I was willing to rate it 4/5.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
This is a staple hike at our home. It is beautiful year round. There is a hike for everyone. The trails are well maintained and the main attraction (the keyhole with sweeping views of the Front Range) are accessible within the first 1-1.5 miles of the hike. There are three loops for those who want a longer jaunt. When our kids were small we would only do the first loop with the views. Now that they are tweens we do the second and third loops. Please note that the keyhole is sometimes closed in the spring for nesting critters.
5 based on 12 reviews
Liberty Firearms Institute is Northern Colorado's premier indoor gun range! With 60 lanes and 7 ranges including an indoor steel bobber range, a live-fire simulation range, and a 45 yard archery range! Our in house gun store, LFI Shooting Sports, is 12,000 square feet of firearms, ammunition & accessories. Come on in and check us out today!
Wow...imagine if Wal-Mart and the NRA had a child...this would be it. Largest retail pistols and revolvers selection I've been to, certainly in Colorado. Spent almost 5 hrs. here. Lots of families...and cater to women and guns for them as well. They even had an...MoreHi Richard! Thanks for taking the time to write us a review. We are so glad you enjoyed your time at LFI! Come back soon!
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