Embarking on a student travel adventure to Colorado opens the doors to an abundance of educational and performance opportunities, with Colorado Springs and Denver serving as dynamic hubs.

In Colorado Springs, students can explore the iconic Garden of the Gods, a geological marvel with towering red rock formations, providing a unique backdrop for educational discussions on geology and natural history. The city also houses the United States Air Force Academy, offering insights into aerospace technology and military history.

Meanwhile, Denver, the state’s capital, offers a vibrant cultural scene. Students can visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science for interactive exhibits or attend performances at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The Mile-High City’s blend of museums, historical sites, and artistic venues ensures that student groups not only receive an educational experience but also have the opportunity to showcase their talents in a city renowned for its appreciation of the arts.

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Top Attractions

  • Denver Capital

    The Colorado State Capitol Building, located at 200 East Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado, United States, is the home of the Colorado General Assembly and the offices of the Governor of Colorado and Lieutenant Governor of Colorado.

  • Denver Graffiti Tour

    Denver Graffiti Tour is a 2-hour walking showcase of the best street art in the city. Learn the story behind the murals, graffiti and street art and how the rapidly changing RiNo neighborhood has affected the art and its long-time residents.

  • Estes Park Stanley Hotel

    The Stanley Hotel is best known for being the inspiration for Stephen King’s bestselling novel The Shining and the subsequent film starring Jack Nicholson as the slowly driven mad overseer.

  • Garden of the Gods

    The first European explorers referred to this site as Red Rock Corral. Then, in 1859 a new group of surveyors explored the site and one gentleman remarked that the area would be a great location for a beer garden. His companion retorted that this place of incredible beauty was suited for more than just a beer garden, that it was a place fit for gods to assemble. And that’s how “Garden of the Gods” got its name!

  • Manitou Cliff Dwellings

    Explore the fascinating architecture of the ancient Anasazi and browse through two museums featuring cultural displays all overlooking the historic town of Manitou Springs.

  • Mesa Verde National Park

    Mesa Verde National Park is in southwest Colorado. It’s known for its well-preserved Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings, notably the huge Cliff Palace. The Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum has exhibits on the ancient Native American culture. Mesa Top Loop Road winds past archaeological sites and overlooks, including Sun Point Overlook with panoramic canyon views. Petroglyph Point Trail has several rock carvings.

  • Ouray

    Known as the “Switzerland of America,” Ouray, Colorado is a beautiful mountain town surrounded by rugged canyons and the unparalleled beauty of the San Juan Mountains. Located in Southwestern Colorado, Ouray is famous for its hot springs, outdoor activities, and its historic charming downtown.

  • Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Red Rocks Amphitheatre is an open-air amphitheatre built into a rock structure in the western United States, near Morrison, Colorado, ten miles west of Denver.

  • Royal Gorge Bridge

    One of Colorado’s adventure is the highest and most famous suspension bridge in America. Take in Colorado’s iconic natural beauty while standing 956 feet above the wild Arkansas River at one of the top attractions in the area. The world famous Chrysler building, located in New York City, could be easily placed beneath the Royal Gorge Bridge! In fact, the only part of the Chrysler building that would rise above the bridge is the antennae spire.

  • Seven Falls

    The Broadmoor Seven Falls is a series of seven cascading waterfalls of South Cheyenne Creek in South Cheyenne Cañon, Colorado Springs, Colorado. It has been a privately-owned tourist attraction since it was opened in the early 1880s.

Performance Venues

  • Colorado Performance

    We have various different performance opportunities available. Contact us today for more details.


  • Denver Performing Arts Center

    The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is an organization in Denver, Colorado which provides a showcase for live theatre, a nurturing ground for new plays, a preferred stop on the Broadway touring circuit, acting classes for the community and rental facilities. It was founded in 1972.