Area Attractions

Staying at Hyatt Place Colorado Springs / Garden of the Gods places you near natural wonders including Pikes Peak, museums and other cultural attractions, and a wide selection of restaurants. We're also convenient to University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado College, and the U.S. Air Force Academy.

Hyatt Place Colorado Springs/Garden of the Gods

503 West Garden of the Gods Road
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States, 80907

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Arts & Culture

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra

Immerse yourself in classical music at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts. Concerts at this venue include the orchestra's masterworks series and philharmonic pops series.

Manitou Cliff Dwellings

Take a walk through history. This three-story building preserves Taos Pueblo architecture, and the site also includes pottery and artifact museums offering a glimpse into Anasazi culture.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College

The Fine Arts Center houses a museum with an extensive, wide-ranging permanent collection and traveling exhibits—as well as the Tactile Gallery, where you are encouraged to touch the art—and a theater with live performances year-round.

Peterson Air & Space Museum

Located on Peterson Air Force Base, the state's oldest aviation museum features extensive aircraft exhibits, including a tour through the history of U.S. military aviation. Call at least a day in advance to arrange your tour.

Outdoor Adventures

Garden of the Gods Park

The region's most popular attraction is famous for its 300-foot sandstone formations, views of Pikes Peak, and interactive museum exhibits. Tours, bike rentals, and a glass-enclosed café add to the experience.

Cave of the Winds

This site offers something for everyone, from family-friendly underground discovery tours and candlelight tours to (very) above-ground zip lining, other interactive activities, and a reality theater.

Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway

Your Rocky Mountain adventure starts with a Swiss-made train on a scenic cog railway.

Pikes Peak

Welcome to the country's most visited peak and the area's highest summit—at 14,115 feet. Whether you choose to drive, hike, or reserve a place on a driving or biking tour, you'll come away with a new perspective.

The Broadmoor Seven Falls

Tucked into a canyon, Seven Falls is a 181-foot series of waterfalls. The falls are framed by hiking trails and streams, and the kaleidoscopic views range from valleys to rock formations.

Higher Education

University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS)

From academics and arts to sports and scenic views of Pikes Peak, UCCS encourages its students to aim high. Whether you're in town for an orientation, a graduation, a game, or no specific reason, this parklike campus is worth a look.

Colorado College (CC)

Founded in 1874 in the Rocky Mountains foothills, CC offers a strong liberal arts education and features several campus buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA)

USAFA offers a rigorous, wide-ranging education and in-depth, hands-on research opportunities. In addition to its main campus, USAFA maintains trails open to the general public for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.