The Colorado Music Hall of Fame is currently located at the Red Rocks Trading Post just a short drive from Denver and its surrounding communities. It makes it an ideal spot to bring out-of-town guests, treat clients to a day in the mountains, or gather members of your club together for a fun outing.
There are two separate museums at Red Rocks:
The Visitors Center at the top (west) that celebrates the park itself and the international artists who have played here. (link)
The CMHOF museum located in the Trading Post (east and below the main stage) where we celebrate Colorado’s musicians, individuals, and institutions from John Denver to KBCO, Pretty Lights to Judy Collins.
Where: The Trading Post At Red Rocks (just east of the main stage)
Hours: 9 am to 4 pm with longer hours on concert days
Limited Space, Unlimited Possibilities
The optimum size of tours is between 12 and 15 guests. This ensures that everyone can take in the exhibits and discover more about the magnificent musicians we honor in a comfortable, intimate setting. The experience is great for making new friends as well as reconnecting with old ones. It is best to go through in groups of 10 or less.
We are an ideal destination for:
- School Bands, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H Clubs, and Youth Groups eager to learn about the magical musical history of Colorado.
- Kiwanis, Lions, and Rotary Club members.
- Professionals looking to entertain clients or simply offer a break from the workweek to their valued employees.
As is the case with individual visits, tickets for groups are free thanks to generous donations from our community of music-loving friends.
Connect at Colorado Music Hall of Fame
The museum is free, and no group reservation is necessary (it is a lot easier than getting the band back together). The museum is interactive, and individuals and groups do not need a guide.
Group tours are available on a limited basis. To inquire about availability, contact us with the subject line “Group Tour.” If known, please include date, time and # of people in your group in your message.