Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center

Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center

Start your Garden of the Gods adventure here!

The world-class Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center is your gateway to Garden of the Gods Park. Free admission includes over 30 interactive exhibits, see the world’s only Theiophytalia Kerri dinosaur, Geologic Time Tunnel, Flora and Fauna Hall, Geology Hall, Wall of Changing Seasons (time-lapse photography exhibit), Historic photos and 3D Dinosaur mural.

Learn about the park by viewing the movie “How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?” shown every twenty minutes in the Geo-Trekker theater. ($6/adults, $4/children 5-12) Free park maps, information, guided nature walks at 10 am & 2 pm, adventure series programs, free nature presentations, major outdoor events.

Jeep, Segway, and 1909 Trolley tours, eBike & rock climbing excursions are available at our activities kiosk and by reservation. The most spectacular views of the park are right off the terrace. The iconic perspective of Pikes Peak framed by the foothills and the red sandstone rock formations is the perfect backdrop for a selfie, family, or group photo.

Proceeds from purchases made at the Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center support preservation, education and maintenance of the park through the non-profit Garden of the Gods Foundation.

Visit the award-winning gift shop offering outdoor apparel, Native American pottery & jewelry, geology gifts, books, keepsakes and local treasures. Delight in one of the most photographed landscapes in Colorado while enjoying an espresso, eating breakfast or lunch in Bean Sprouts Cafe or on the spectacular patio that overlooks the park. Free Attraction!

You must register to rock climb in Garden of the Gods Park. Visit for more information.

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1805 N. 30th St
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

(719) 634-6666

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