Adult: $23 | Child (4-11): $18 | Senior (60+): $20


10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Daily

Average Time

3 to 5 hours


You never know what you’ll come across at the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park. Everyday inspires a unique experience. Discover the place that brings scenic beauty and human achievement into perfect harmony. Stand on one of the world’s highest suspension bridges, glide across the gorge on the bright red gondolas and see the history at the Plaza Theater. Take time in the Visitor Center to shop, eat at Café 1230 and take in the awesome views from the massive deck. The kiddos will love Tommy Knocker Playland with its climbing structures and carousel. For thrill seekers, the park has them screaming from the World’s Scariest Skycoaster to the Cloudscraper ZipRider, the highest zip line in North America. Entertainment abounds during the summer months with special shows, bands, and the Park After Dark concert series. Open 365. Come Across.


No personal vehicles will be allowed on the Bridge at any time. Pre-scheduled car clubs may be given an exception. If you have a car club and would like more information, please call 719.276-8320.
The Park is open year-round, even on holidays, from 7AM to dusk. Rides and attractions open 10AM. Closing times vary depending on season. During peak tourist season, all attractions are open. During off-season, attractions are limited.
The easiest route through the Park starts at the Aerial Gondolas on the north rim – at the Visitor Center. Ride those to the south side, then walk down to the Bridge.
Looking for some high-altitude rides on the Zip Line or Skycoaster? Get here early to skip the wait times and start soaring.
There are some uneven areas in the Park, so be sure to wear sturdy walking shoes.

The Park is at an altitude of 6,700 feet and in an arid region, so keep hydrated and slather on some sunscreen, even in winter.
Speaking of winter, the Park is 8-10° warmer than Denver and Colorado Springs. And there is always a breeze in the middle of the bridge, year-round.
Colorado weather is unpredictable, and afternoon rainstorms are common. If rain rolls in, temporary ride closures may occur. Refunds will not be given for these closures.
Yes, the Park is handicap accessible, but please be careful on the steep trails you may find throughout the Park.
When available, we have a complimentary wheelchair accessible golf cart.
Gondolas and the Theater are wheelchair accessible.
Rides, such as the Skycoaster and Zipline, have additional restrictions concerning height, weight, and physical ability.


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