Colorado Springs Top Attractions
Air Force Academy
The chapel and visitor center are open to the public, and you can take a self-guided tour.
Cave of the Winds
Take any of three tours through one of the Pikes Peak area's oldest attractions.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
The only mountain zoo in the United States is home to more than 650 animals and 30 endangered species.
Garden of the Gods
Towering red sandstone formations and a great view of Pikes Peak, historic Rock Ledge Ranch and a living history museum.
Olympic Training Center
View the athlete training facilities on their daily guided tours.
It's not Colorado's tallest, but it is the second most-visited in the world, with views that inspired the poem "America the Beautiful."
A museum of Pikes Peak region history, housed in the beautifully restored 1903 El Paso County Courthouse.
Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame
Honors the greatest rodeo champions and houses a collection of rodeo gear.
Royal Gorge Bridge
The world's highest suspension bridge, longest aerial tram and steepest incline railway, and amusement park-style rides.
Located in a natural box canyon, Seven Falls is the only Colorado waterfall listed in National Geographic's International waterfalls list.