United States Air Force Academy

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  • Address: U.S. Air Force Academy, CO, United States, Colorado Springs
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7193332025
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Stadium, Family And Kids, Hall

United States Air Force Academy - Review

An extensive campus dotted with academy, Falcon Stadium, chapel and Arnold hall and a museum that honours Air Force Personnel, the United States Air Force Academy can be visited through a guided tour.

The guided tour walks you through various programs like the Chapel, the Arnold Hall facility which exhibits military and Academy collectibles and a dining area and auditorium of official events.

You can also visit the Honour Court Located between the chapel and Arnold hall, which houses bronze statues and memorials dedicated to aircrafts.

Arnold Hall This facility contains several military and Academy exhibits, a dining area and an auditorium for special events or official functions.

Apart from these, there are attractions like Field House, Flacon Athletic centre and the Falcon hiking trail within the premises.

The Falcon hiking trail is great for a nature walk and can be accessed from B-52 Loop.

United States Air Force Academy Information

  • Guided tours and self-guided tours are available.
  • Wheelchair accessible, wheelchairs are provided at the visitor centre.
  • Large bags and backpacks are not allowed in the Visitor Center, the trail from the Visitor Center to the Cadet Chapel or the chapel. Pets are also not allowed.
  • Motorcycle riders must wear a Department of Transportation-approved helmet with a strap and eye protection, sturdy over-the-ankle footwear, a long-sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, full-fingered gloves or mittens and a brightly colored and reflective upper outer garment.
  • Handheld cell phone use while driving is prohibited. A driver may use a cell phone only with a hands-free device or if the vehicle is parked. Violators will be ticketed.
  • Bicyclists must wear helmets and reflective outerwear. Group riders must stay in single file with traffic on base roads.

United States Air Force Academy Ticket Prices

  • For guided tours, tickets may be applicable.

United States Air Force Academy Hours

  • Noon Meal Formation: Monday to Friday: 11:35 am
  • Falcon Trail: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.

How To reach United States Air Force Academy by Public Transport

  • By Taxi
  • By Car

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  • United States Air Force Academy Address: U.S. Air Force Academy, CO, United States, Colorado Springs
  • United States Air Force Academy Contact Number: +1-7193332025
  • United States Air Force Academy Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • United States Air Force Academy Price: Free
  • Best time to visit United States Air Force Academy(preferred time): 09:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit United States Air Force Academy: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 71.18% of people who visit Colorado Springs include United States Air Force Academy in their plan

  • 45% of people start their United States Air Force Academy visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see United States Air Force Academy

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United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs Reviews

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  • I was fortunate. When my parents retired, and moved to Colorado. Our home was just a few miles from this prestigious military academy. Several young men who my parents knew from childhood attended and matriculated from the academy. Some spent holiday with my parents, others would walk down on weekends and be given rides back Sunday night. The academy hosted concerts and big name rock groups. I was able to return many times to explore and visit the churches and see events at the Olympic size pool. I attended several military weddings at the Catholic church. Always drawn to the huge, magnificent pipe organ. Its sound quality was unforgettable. I experienced my first receiving line, and debutant ball at the academy. I was around when the academy made its transition from all male to enrollment of female cadets. I made sure my Arvada Colorado summer camp students age 5-12 went to local falconry events. It was fantastic to see their faces light up when they could ask and answer questions about birds. One camp group had a tour at the academy. Each of the graduation ceremonies I attended from 1971-1978 and 1980-1982 was so very unique. After leaving Colorado, I also missed the trend in Colorado during the holidays to feature school choirs from junior high through university level. One of the choirs from the air force academy signing,, "Little Drummer Boy" and "Do You Hear What I Hear" will be a forever memory. Thank you to all the graduates who dedicate time and risk life for the USA.

  • Incredible facility for tomorrows Air Force elite. What a privilege for those who attend with its world class facilities. This is the standard that make the US Armed Forces are the best in the world.

  • Wonderful history of the facility, the life of cadets at the Academy, the sporting grounds and Academy buildings. The Cadet Chapel is a must see, from the spires and stained glass windows to the 4,334 pipe organ on the 2nd floor.

  • There is nothing to do here. You walk through a church. Watch a video on training. Then you either stand in the sun and die or you tour the grounds in your car.

  • Spent 3 years, 11 months, and 5 days here. Not too bad. The Salisbury steak was just OK though. 4 stars.

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