Must-Do Things in Colorado

At the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, there is always something going on. From Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend, we host live entertainment. Keep an eye out for special events such as Boo at the Bridge. Check out the calendar below for more details!

Nature’s Educators

In the park daily between Memorial and Labor Day weekends.

Show times: 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 pm. – Plaza Theater

“Wildlife education at its best” is how Devin Jaffe, Founder, Co-Director of Education, and Master Falconer describes the daily afternoon raptor shows at the Plaza Theater. Giving credit to the winged ambassadors, Jaffe says “They help us give presentations and get audiences connected to wildlife in an interactive way. It is our goal to help people understand the importance of conservation and preservation through our programs.”

4 shows every day – each show is about 20 minutes


Seven Falls Indian Dancers

Saturdays and Mondays through Thursdays between Memorial and Labor Day weekends.

Show times: 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:15 pm – Elk Park Amphitheater

The Seven Falls Indian Dancers are a family dance troupe representing four generations of American Indian dancers, from Pawnee, Flandreau Santee Sioux, and Crow Creek Sioux tribes. The dances they perform are exhibition and social dances not religious or ceremonial. “The program is both educational and entertaining, and each dance is explained with a story” says  Carrie Howell, dance troupe manager.

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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Mobile

In the park Fridays and Sundays between Memorial and Labor Day weekends.

12:30 – 4:30 pm – Elk Park Amphitheater

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will bring its community outreach program to the park on Friday and Sunday afternoons. Get up close and learn about various mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and invertebrates from the zoo’s animal ambassadors.


Boo at the Bridge

October 23, 2021

Trick or Treat – Smell my Feet – Give me Something Good to Eat

Mummies & Daddies will have a Fang-tastic time bringing their little ghosts & goblins Trick-or-Treating at America’s Bridge. Local businesses and non-profits will conjure up a Spooktacular time while handing out candy during this annual Halloween event.

Stop in for a Spell and don’t forget to shout “Trick-or-Treat”

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Holiday Weekend Entertainment

Memorial, 4th of July & Labor Day

Holiday weekends will bring musical entertainment by local favorite Deja Bluz as well as free facepainting for the kids by Fairy Craft Face Painting. Find them both behind the visitor center on holiday weekends.