Red Rocks Trading Post

Only 30-minutes from Denver on the campus of one of the most iconic venues in the world, Red Rocks, the free Colorado Music Hall of Fame Museum offers a fun and historical retrospective on Colorado music. A great tourist attraction for Coloradans and out-of-town visitors alike!

Celebrating Hall of Fame inductees, The Hall of Fame exhibits share the stories of these music legends through written overviews, video storytelling and unique music memorabilia. If you love music, come learn more about what Colorado music has to offer.

The exhibits are self-guided. Visitor maps are located under the Colorado Music Hall of Fame banner in the back of the main room. Plan to spend around 45 minutes to enjoy the full experience of the exhibits.

“Spirit” statue by sculptor Sue DiCiccio


During your visit, be sure to take a selfie with The Hall’s 12-foot bronze John Denver “Spirit” statue outside of the Trading Post. Share your pics on Instagram using #JohnDenverSpirit.


Take a walk up the Amphitheatre to the top plaza to the Red Rocks Visitors Center and take a selfie with “Griswold” the grizzly bear that lurked in the corner of the Main Lodge of the Caribou Ranch recording studio in Nederland, Colorado. Share your pics on Instagram using #CaribouGriz.

Virtual Tour

Photos by Studio Tectonic