Educational Visits to the Colorado Music Hall Of Fame

The singer and songwriter Jewel once said that to some musical education is a privilege, while for others like her it’s something essential to being human.

We agree wholeheartedly and at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, we celebrate the talented musicians who have enriched humanity and culture throughout the world by paying tribute to the influences that have derived from the Centennial State.

Educating Colorado’s Musicians of Tomorrow

Our guides are happy to work with teachers, tutors, and homeschool groups eager to expose students to the rich contributions Colorado’s musicians have made to our world.

Each visit can be customized to complement lesson plans so that educators can show everything from how music shaped a specific era to the impact of technology in transforming the way we enjoy music.

Tickets for educational visits are free thanks in part to Comfort Dental and a community of donors who are passionate about preserving our state’s history and providing a resource for music education.
Tours are limited to groups of 12 at a time; however, for larger class sizes, we are happy to schedule multiple consecutive sessions to accommodate.

Schedule a Field Trip to Colorado Music Hall of Fame

Teachers planning their visit should contact the museum in advance to make a reservation and to coordinate with our guides. Once we know what you need, we can prepare a presentation that ties our exhibits into lessons on cultural change, music theory, Colorado history, the business of music, broadcasting, and much more.