Great visit for Architects... the way the designer created the space and the environment with the natural light through vitraux!
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Do not miss visiting the United States Air Force Academy and its Chapel, either as part of your visit or driving through the area. Tourists need to use the north entrance to the Academy (North Gate Road not Academy Blvd). Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and Buddhist...More
We brought our 8 and 10 year old to visit and spent the morning. Everyone loved the experience. We started in the Visitor's Center and then took a short hike to the chapel. I recommend going around 11:30 to watch the cadets line up and...More
As if this institution needs a review! This facility is a part of our United States history. A great family site seeing venture. At the gate ask the soldiers for a daily review of what to see.
The United States Air Force Academy is one of those institutions in our country that has stood the test of time, while modernizing itself quite effectively. Although it is a military facility, there is a courteousness of the staff who work at the many locations...More
The US Air Force Academy is well worth a visit. Highlights are the visitor center and chapels, make sure you see all 4. During the school year, the cadets are in formation at 11:30. Try to time your visit to see formation; it is something...More
We were on the third day of a road trip to and of the west coast. We hopped off I70 over to Colorado Springs to see the Air Force Academy, especially the Iconic chapel. We were so impressed with seeing the Chapel and the way...More
Our son is finally a first class cadet. We've been making the trek to USAFA for almost four years. He's made amazing friends and will graduate with an amazing degree and a chance to service the United States Air Force. Yes, we're proud!
Make sure everyone has their driver's license or some form of ID because you must pass through the visitors gate. Make sure you go to the visitor's center and watch the life of a cadet...it's worth it. Then walk around the area for visitors and...More