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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, Morrison
(4.8/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web)
Observe a naturally formed, open-air amphitheater used as a stage for concerts and performances at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. Enjoy the acoustics with clear and all-enveloping sound quality, the feeling enhanced by the natural red rock scenery surrounding you. Benches carved into the rocks provide seating for up to 9,500 people, with enough room between the rows to walk and dance. Entrance to the amphitheater is free, as is a visit to the Colorado Music Hall of Fame museum on the top level. You can also hike on trails through the park itself, which locals use as a workout place. Add Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre and other attractions to your Morrison trip itinerary using our Morrison trip itinerary builder.
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  • This site is worth checking out. Only 20 minute easy drive from downtown Denver. The amphitheater is amazing, truly one of a kind and breathtaking. Too bad we weren't there while they have a concert, ...  more »
  • Breathtakingly gorgeous. The only thing that I can say that everyone else and their sister hasn't said already: Visit the attached museum while you're there to see a list of all bands/musicians who ha...  more »
  • Friends recommended, I went. From the Denver Center, located 15 miles to the West, using natural rock unique theatre and Park. There is no event day sunrise-sunset is free. Hill trail, Museum, overlooking the city of Denver, so I view terrace restaurant. Denver citizens enjoy stroll even on weekdays there was plenty. Bit of a sunny day out to recommend.
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