Best Day Trips in Colorado — Catch A Live Show at the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park
Although the summer of 2020 hasn’t exactly been our normal summer season, we’re still excited to announce our live shows make for some of the best day trips in Colorado this summer.
This summer we are featuring the Birds of Prey show from Nature’s Educators in the Plaza Theater and live music at Elk Park Amphitheater, Thursdays through Sundays. We are asking our guests to social distance from each other and realize there are occupancy restrictions for all indoor activities.
Nature’s Educators Birds of Prey Show
Have you ever seen a raptor up close?
A raptor is defined as a bird of prey, otherwise known as an owl, hawk, falcon, or really any bird that feeds on smaller creatures.
The Nature’s Educators Birds of Prey shows have showings 7 days a week through Mid-September. You’ll want to include this show in your upcoming “best day trips in Colorado.”
Nature’s Educators is a local Colorado 501c3 non-profit organization and is an outreach program that houses exotic birds. Their program raises awareness of raptor existence and the importance of preserving their ’ existence.
During the live Birds of Prey show, you can look forward to meeting Juno, one of the organization’s eagle ambassadors. Four shows are conducted daily at the top of every hour starting at 1 pm and going until 4 pm. Each show is twenty minutes long.
These performances are free with your general admission ticket. If you’re at the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park between 1 pm – 4 pm be sure to swing over to our theater to meet a raptor up close and personal.
Live Outdoor Music
Summertime in Colorado is a great time to get outside and make the most out of having some of the best day trips in Colorado. With the summer season coming to a close, what better time than now to get outside and enjoy live music?
For the remainder of the summer join us at the Park Elk Amphitheater for live outdoor music Thursdays -Sundays 12:30 to 4:30 pm from The Atomic Fireballs, Dave Arvizu, and more. The entertainment is free with your general admission ticket.
Check out our “upcoming events” page on our website for the full lineup for upcoming music for the remainder of the summer. We kindly ask you to remember your mask and remain six feet apart at all times while enjoying the entertainment
Free Extras with General Admission
Every so often we sprinkle in a little extra fun at the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park to create the best day trip ever in Colorado.
For example, earlier this year we hosted a 4th of July event where we featured The Veteran Monster truck — a live 10-foot-tall, 10,000 pounds, a mega monster truck that pays tribute to all U.S. veterans.
Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 5, 6, and 7, we’ll add free face painting. And yes! Our face painter has special COVID precautions in place. Don’t forget to visit the Plaza Theater for the History of the Royal Gorge, also free with your ticket.
For a full list of entertainment please check out our calendar — The majority of our extra’s are free with your ticket.
Visit the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park
You really can’t go wrong when you choose the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park as your ultimate “best day trip in Colorado.”.
Check out our upcoming event calendar, and our website where you can purchase your tickets beforehand Would you like more information? Contact us today — we’d be happy to answer any questions you may have