1. Barry Goldwater Visitor Center
Start your Air Force Academy adventure here, as you learn about the Academy's history and what it takes to be a cadet.
2. U.S. Air Force Academy Planetarium
Travel to space or other far off lands in free, immersive screenings presented on an incredible 8K projected display with surround sound.
3. Noon Meal Formation
Watch as thousands of cadets march in formation to Mitchell Hall to the Air Force song and other anthems.
4. Cadet Chapel
Closed for a major restoration until Spring 2027, the stunning chapel features striking architectural elements inspired by Air Force vehicles.
5. B-52 Display
It'll be hard to miss this massive static display of a B-52 bomber that served in the Vietnam War and is the last bomber in aviation history to have downed aircraft with machine guns.
6. Cadet Field House
Cheer on the Falcons at this massive sports arena, home to basketball, volleyball, ice hockey and indoor track competitions.
7. Academic Overlook
Soak in your surroundings and marvel at campus buildings at this scenic overlook.
8. Athletic Overlook
Nearby the Academic Overlook, this vantage point offers sweeping views of the Academy's sprawling sports fields.
9. Arnold Hall
Home to a 2,900-seat theater and a food court, the Hall also features commemorative displays of the Tuskegee Airmen and other notable historical Air Force figures.
10. Doolittle Hall
A giant Pegasus statue greets you at Doolittle Hall, home to the alumni association. Nearby, find the Challenge Bridge, Mall of Heroes, Memorial Wall, and Southeast Asia Pavilion.
11. Falcon Stadium
Sit among 46,692 fans as they cheer on the Falcons at this impressive football stadium, also host to the Academy's annual graduation celebration.