cluding a restoration of the Main Lobby and
“The Main Lobby is also receiving a make-
over of major proportions, maintaining the
historic elements while reconfiguring exist-
ing space to open the area with more seating
for arriving guests, including two areas with
sofas and gas fireplaces,” said Allison Scott,
director of communications for The Broad-
moor. “We have also combined our Espresso
Cafe and Cheyenne Gourmet shop spaces
to create a beautiful new space called Cafe
The Golf Club and restaurant have also
completed a renovation. The lobby area
and golf pro shop have a new look, and the
addition of the Golf Heritage Hallway takes
guests and golf members through 100 years
of golf history through photos, displays and
descriptions. The Golf Club Dining Room
was recently reimagined and is now called
FOR THE ARTS
Colorado Springs is home to the world’s first indoor First Person View (FPV) drone racing venue. Never heard of FPV drone racing?
At DroneSpace ( www.dronespace.org) participants, or pilots as they’re known in the drone
racing world, equipped with goggles look though
a “cockpit” and control drones that are equipped
with cameras. The goal is simple: Finish the course
as fast as possible.
DroneSpace’s 12,000-square-foot facility
includes a race track, a lounge space and a racing
Great for teambuilding, groups can choose from
two options depending on size and available time.
The venue can accommodate 12 people per hour,
up to 45 people.
“We accommodate all levels, but most people
are beginners in our facility, explained Lance
Wilhelm, owner and CTO of DroneSpace. “We
provide the drone, the goggles, all the equipment
you need to learn how to fly First Person View
There is seating throughout DroneSpace along
with the lounge area that groups can use before
or after lessons and racing.