Discover a Summer Full of Fun at The Royal Gorge Bridge & Park
Everything You Want to Know About Birds of Prey From Nature’s Educators
Nature’s Educators is on a mission to teach everyone about Colorado’s birds of prey. Guests of all ages will enjoy learning about the care and protection of wildlife. Each 20-minute presentation will get you excited to learn more about the wildlife native to this area.
Learning how to be environmentally conscious through rehabilitation with Nature’s Educators is one of the best things to do in Colorado in the summer!
They have been at The Royal Gorge Bridge Park for several years entertaining guests with these fascinating creatures. You can find them giving daily presentations at the Plaza Theater between Memorial Day and Labor Day from 1-4pm at the top of every hour.
Enjoy the Cultural Dances of the Seven Falls Indian Dancers
Seven Falls Indian Dancers is a family dance troupe that have been performing throughout Colorado for 35 years. The group consists of four generations of dancers, but don’t expect the typical religious and ceremonial dances. They perform exhibition and social dances that are educational as well as entertaining.
These dancers come from Oklahoma and South Dakota. They are members of tribes such as the Pawnee, Flandreau Santee Sioux, and Crow Creek Sioux. They explain each dance with an enlightening story to help you understand their culture. You will find the Seven Falls Indian Dancers Saturdays, Mondays through Thursdays, at the Elk Park Amphitheater between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Let the Zoo Come to You With the Cheyenne Mountain ZOOMobile
Once you experience the many bucket list adventures found at The Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, you can get close and personal with the Cheyenne Mountain ZOOMobile. These wonderful animal ambassadors give you an up-close and personal experience with animals Native to Colorado.
Learn the importance each animal plays on our planet with behavior demonstrations from a variety of live animals. These once-in-a-lifetime memories happen each Friday and Sunday between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Elk Park Amphitheater.
Dance to the Oldies But Goodies With Deja Bluz
Deja Bluz is at the top of the list when it comes to listening to the oldies. A local favorite, this band brings you the songs you love from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s along with today’s top hits.
Deja Bluz entertains you with blues, blues rock, and good old rock and roll at The Royal Gorge Bridge & Park during Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day weekend. You will find them performing on the West deck of the Visitor Center Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays during these holiday weekends.
Delight the Little Ones With Fairy Craft Face Painting
Fairy Craft Face Painting comes to The Royal Gorge Bridge & Park by local artist Dianna Carver. She provides free face painting for all at the North Pavilion during Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day weekends between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.