Simpich Character Doll Museum
Located in the same Old Colorado City Building that Was home to the Simpich Character Dolls for more than 30 years, over fifty diorama exhibits carry visitors from the early 1950’s where the dolls were made in a tiny cottage in Manitou Springs through the mid 2000’s where the Simpich Doll operation peaked in artistry and complexity. Many exceptionally rare and one-of-a-kind figures are displayed, as well as creation processes, unusual memorabilia and family heirlooms.
Fine Art Gallery
The Simpich Fine Art Gallery is now hosting a special exhibition of Bob Simpich’s oil paintings. On display are many examples of his most recent works, and his originals and prints will be available on a regular basis. The gallery is also currently displaying the work of Jan Simpich, David Simpich and other esteemed artists from the Colorado Springs area including Lee E. Bauman, Julie Bergeron, Bill Hyer, Ron Lupton, Dale McClure, Lynn Pattee and Gael Wallace.