In Colorado Springs, we don’t believe in “tourists.” We believe in visionaries who can turn busy streets into scenic mountain drives and early risers who would rather cast a line than wait in one. From historic landmarks and a thriving craft food and beverage scene to stunning scenic splendor, Colorado Springs has the perfect itinerary your group will remember for a lifetime.
Stand in awe under the towering red rock formations of Garden of the Gods Park and honor the heroes that shaped history. Come across the nation’s highest suspension bridge and celebrate the legacies of Team USA at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum.
Discover unrivaled natural beauty, mild climate, endless blue skies and more than 60 unique attractions. In Colorado Springs, we don’t believe in tourists, we believe in explorers.
Explore 1,323-acres of winding trails through 300-foot towering red rock formations at this registered National Natural Landmark. Trip Advisor’s No. 1 park is packed with breathtaking scenery and exciting recreational opportunities.
Pop into the Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center before you start exploring for free maps, guided nature walks and interpretive presentations. Enjoy more than 30 state-of-the-art interactive exhibits and the most spectacular views of Garden of the Gods from their terrace.
The National Museum of World War II Aviation is a one-of-a-kind museum filled with historic memorabilia that honors the heroes who flew in combat. It’s the only museum in the world to focus exclusively on the unique story of the role of aviation during World War II.
Get a sneak peek into their premier World War II aircraft restoration facility with your knowledgeable guide, and learn how pilots and their support personnel changed the course of world history.
There is a place in Colorado where looking down is even more breathtaking than looking up. Soak in the 360-degree panoramic view of the Royal Gorge from the center of one of the world’s highest suspension bridges at Royal Gorge Bridge & Park.
Grab a bite to eat and enjoy a front-row seat at Café 1230. The Royal Gorge Bridge brings together the scenic beauty of the Grand Canyon and the human achievement of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The United States Olympic and Paralympic Museum will open in May 2020. This new world-class attraction will showcase the entire journey of the games from birth in ancient Olympia to current Team USA hopefuls living and training in Colorado Springs. The site will be the most accessible museum in the world with an array of tailored, high-tech exhibits.
Imagine a tunnel with simulated opening ceremonies, running alongside digital versions of top athletes and seeing one of the most extensive Olympic medal and torch collections in the world. This will be a must-see attraction come May.