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How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?



 

Movie

See the Garden of the Gods Park as it has never been seen before!

Learn the history of the Park and the Pikes Peak region of Colorado, and find out 'how those red rocks got there!' You haven't "ascended" to the pinnacle of these rock spires until you've seen our show which dramatically captures the origin of the rock formations, the beauty of the Park landscape and the account of its people.

Your whole family will enjoy this exciting, entertaining, and educational theater presentation featuring state-of-the-art technology. It is one of the first theaters in the United States to utilize BluRay High Definition technology for playback and projection. A massive 23 ft. screen vividly displays the historic, geographic and geological story of the Garden of the Gods Park. The Center's theater presentation combines High Definition technology, theatrical lighting, and a surround sound audio system to dynamically present the story of the Garden of the Gods.

The movie runs every 20 minutes.  The cost is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children (5-12 years old).  *Closed captioning is available in English upon request.

America the Beautiful

In 1893, Katharine Lee Bates, long-time professor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, was lecturing at the summer session at Colorado College. During her visit she joined an expedition to the summit of Pikes Peak in a private wagon. Electrified by the beauty she saw atop Pikes Peak she wrote the poem that later became known as "America the Beautiful."

The Reviews Are In for "How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?"

"The kids were enthralled. I don't think they realized it was educational! Just fun!"
-Don W., Kansas

"If you see the park without seeing the show first, you miss a lot."
-Shirley K., Wisconsin

"You understand so much more about the park and the area after seeing the show; nobody should miss it."
-Carl J., North Dakota

"Spectacular! The ending was so moving that I had tears in my eyes."
-Karen S., Texas

America the Beautiful by the United States Air Force Academy Choir