Colorado Sports Hall of Fame
Bus tour groups visiting the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame (CSHoF) are taken on a decades-long journey through Colorado sports history, within the confines of the home of the National Football League’s (NFL) legendary Denver Broncos.
Created in 1964, the CSHoF inducted its first group in 1965, but it did not exist as a physical entity until 2001, when the Denver Broncos moved into their new stadium, Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The CSHoF includes a permanent museum, the Sports Legends Mall and Legacy Pillars, which honor each Hall of Fame induction class. Motorcoach buses may drop off passengers at Gate 1, at the entrance to the museum. Handicap access is at the adjacent Gate 10, where passengers must walk up a few stairs and along a sidewalk to the museum entrance. Groups exit on the southeast side of the lot near the team store. Buses park in Lot C, away from the entrance and traffic, or any available on-site lot. Admission to the museum is free, but group tours are offered for $10 per person. Bus drivers and escorts take the tour for free.
Tours go out in groups of 20-25, staggered at 5-10 minute intervals, and last approximately 75 minutes. Tour planners may want to allot up to two hours for the visit, so that bus passengers have time to shop in the team store. CSHoF also offers specialized tours for grades K-5 and grades 6-12, with age-appropriate activities, teacher lesson plans and handouts.
Stops along the tour include:
Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum
United Club Level
NFL Visiting Team Locker Room Facilities
Team Field Entrance Tunnel
Field Level from the End Zone Area
Network Television Production Compound
TV & Radio Broadcast Facilities & Writing Press Center
Due to stadium events, all areas may not be available at all times. Each tour takes 75-90 minutes and is approximately one-half mile in length. The entire tour route is fully ADA accessible. No on-site dining is offered, but bus tour groups have an array of restaurant options just minutes away in downtown Denver.
The museum is open 10 a.m.-3 p.m., with tours leaving on the half-hour until 2 p.m., Thursday through Saturday from September through May, and Monday through Saturday from June through August. Group reservations for tours should be made two to three weeks in advance.
Sport Authority Field at Mile High is located at 1701 Bryant St., Denver. To continue their exploration of Colorado sports, bus tour groups may want to schedule a stop at the adjacent Pepsi Center, home to both the NBA’s Denver Nuggets and the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, or visit Coors Field, just seven minutes away, home field of MLB’s Colorado Rockies. Also located just minutes from Mile High are the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the 16th Street Mall and the Fillmore Auditorium, among many other bus tour-friendly Denver destinations.
For more information about bringing your bus tour group to CSHoF, phone (720) 258-3888, email email@example.com or visit online at coloradosports.org/index.php/tours-and-signature-events.
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