Virtual Experiences in Colorado Springs

Enjoy Local Attractions from Home In Response to Coronavirus

Find virtual experiences at your favorite Colorado Springs attractions from the comfort of your own home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

**PLEASE NOTE** Gov. Jared Polis issued a mandatory stay-at-home order for all residents of Colorado on Wednesday to take effect Thursday, March 26 at 6 a.m., and to last through April 11 unless rescinded or modified. Under the executive order, residents must remain at home and only leave their homes to engage in activities or perform tasks critical to their health and safety or to the health and safety of their family.

There are still great ways to enjoy and support our treasured local attractions through innovative virtual experiences. Enjoy these Colorado Springs experiences from the comfort of your own home during COVID-19.



Virtual Experiences:

1. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Although closed, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will continue to connect the community to its mission, animals, the natural work and each other by a virtual experience called "Abnormally Normal." They plan to reopen April 17th. 

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2. The Space Foundation's Discovery Center

Offering virtual tours, dynamic multimedia content and other inspirational educational programs and activities on their website, as well as through its social media channels at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linked In. The Space Foundation has its Space4U podcast series, Space Business Webinars for businesses and entrepreneurs and other out-of-this-world content to connect you to the space opportunities around all of us!

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3. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Explore the FAC permanent collection from home! The recently launched eMuseum features 50 objects representing the depth and richness of the collection, as well as objects beloved by guests.

The FAC Theatre Company is working on gaining permission to stream recordings of recent theatre performances—check their website for updated and details. Need a fun lunchtime break? Join Kennedy Center Education Artist in Residence Mo Willems for Lunch Doodles. At home with bored kids? Check out Color Our Collection, which features coloring pages based on the collections of more than 100 libraries, archives, and cultural institutions around the world

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4. Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

The Pioneers Museum is promoting regional historic content online, such as its online collections database and “The Story of Us: Pikes Peak Region A-Z” online exhibit.
View their online collections database at and continue to enjoy historical content on our social media platforms:

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5. Royal Gorge Bridge & Park

Royal Gorge Bridge & Park is offering half price season passes to residents of Colorado, April 1-30. The passes are good for one year from the date of purchase with unlimited visits. Passes can be purchased online. The park is open 365 days a year, and temporarily closed following the Colorado Stay at Home ordinance.

6. U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum

"The soon-to-open U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum partnered with nationally-recognized StoryCorps to conduct and preserve meaningful conversations between the athletes, coaches and/or family members. StoryCorps interviews are 40 minutes of uninterrupted, meaningful conversation between people who know each other or share common experiences. Select stories will be shared with the public through StoryCorps’ weekly podcast, NPR broadcasts and more."


For more virtual activities and ways you can tune-in to the Colorado Springs community from the comfort of your home, read our blogs below:
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