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Colorado Springs, CO Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 78
Total Sleeping Rooms 8,133
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 744
Committable Meeting Rooms* 66
Largest Exhibit Space 4,500 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 60,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $83
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $66
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $347
*Maximum for a single hotel

Colorado Springs, CO Things to Do and Attractions

Airplane Restaurant

This may be the best meal you'll ever have on an airplane. Dive into the all-American dishes in this fully intact Boeing KC-97 tanker. Built in 1953, this magnificent airplane refueled aircraft throughout the world, and in 2002 became the preeminent

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Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center

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Take a tour of the facility where Olympic hopefuls live and train for the next Olympic Games. The tour starts with an inspirational 12-minute film and then a 45-minute outdoor walking tour of the training complex, including the weightlifting and

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Cave of the Winds Mountain Park

No trip to Colorado Springs would be complete without a visit to the astonishing Cave of the Winds Mountain Park. Combining tranquil geological wonders and exciting adventures, Cave of the Winds takes guests on an underground voyage through caverns

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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Founded in 1926, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo spans 146 acres and is home to more than 950 animals representing 200 different species. At an elevation of 6,800 feet above sea level, the zoo boasts an array of wildlife, from moose, mountain lions, and

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Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

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Founded in 1936 by Alice Bemis Taylor, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center features nine permanent collection galleries of American, Native American, and Hispanic art, as well as special touring exhibits. Just blocks from downtown, the center is

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Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

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Located downtown in the restored El Paso County Courthouse, the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum chronicles the history and culture of the Pikes Peak region in exhibits showcasing the spirit of the community. Housed in a stately historic building

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Garden of the Gods Park

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Named as a site "fit for the Gods," the Garden of the Gods Park was dedicated in 1909 as a free city park. The park features 1,340 acres of stunning red sandstone rock formations that have been sculpted over 300 million years. The most visited

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Ghost Town Museum

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Visitors can travel back to the late 1800s and early 1900s at the Ghost Town Museum, named one of America's 55 special attractions by Family Circle magazine and the Mobile Travel Guide. Preserving a piece of this bygone era, the Ghost Town Museum

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Ivywild School

Once an elementary school, this transformed hall of education now houses a unique meeting space set to impress your guests. Ivywild School is home to Bristol Brewery & Pub and The Marketplace, which houses The Principal's Office bar, the Meat Locker

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Miramont Castle

Dating back to 1895, the grandiose Miramont Castle was built as the private home of Father Jean Baptist Francolon. An architectural wonder, the castle represents several styles including English Tudor and Byzantine. Visitors can take guided tours to

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Pikes Peak – America's Mountain

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The highlight of any visit to the region is a trip to the summit of the remarkable Pikes Peak - America's Mountain. Pikes Peak is the most visited mountain in the United States and the 2nd most visited in the world behind Japan's Mount Fiji. At the

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U.S. Air Force Academy

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The United States Air Force Academy is the most visited manmade attraction in Colorado. Just 12 miles north of Colorado Springs, the Academy is located on a sprawling 18,000-acre campus nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. The campus features

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