Red Rocks Park is located 18300 W Alameda Parkway in Morrison and is open daily from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset and is free of charge. The park and the Visitor Center will generally close to the public in the early afternoon if there is an event or a performance at the Amphitheatre. Fires and camping are prohibited, bicycles and vehicles are only allowed on designated roads, and trails and pets must be on a leash at all times.
Private group tours for 10 people or more can be reserved in advance and not only explores the geology, wildlife, and history of the Park, but also delves into the music history of Red Rocks with interactive educational displays, an amazing Performers Hall of Fame exhibit, and a complimentary screening of Donna Dewey's Oscar-winning documentary.
Located in the Red Rocks Visitor Center, and built around two enormous boulders which feature both inside and out on the patio, the Ship Rock Grille serves a delicious menu of all-American cuisine against a backdrop of spectacular scenery.
Historically known as the Red Rocks Pueblo, the Trading Post is a unique shop that sells a variety of Red Rocks souvenirs, historical memorabilia, apparel, and other items. Built in 1931, the Trading Post boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding rock formations and the valley and is home to a Colorado Music Hall of Fame exhibit.
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18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, Colorado 80465, website, Phone: 720-865-2494
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