The 2020 reunion of the Sea Tigers Association will be held at the Holiday Inn Colorado Springs Airport Hotel, 1855 Aeroplaza Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80916 Phone: (719) 380-8516. Arrival: September 22, 2020 (Check-in 3:00pm) - Departure September 26, 2020 (Check-out Noon). Cost of the rooms is $120.00 + tax per night with breakfast included. The rate is valid for 3 days prior to the reunion and 3 days after, for those who would like spend extra time sightseeing.
You can call now and make a reservation and book with the 458th Sea Tigers. Please note: we understand you can get a cheaper rate through AARP, AAA, etc, however breakfast will not be included unless you register with the 458th. It would also hurt the group due to a minimum of 25 rooms needed for a free meeting room & other specials. If you have any booking problems ask for Millie.
Further information with trips and meals will be available at a later date. Save the date and book your room. They do not charge anything to your credit card prior to your arrival. If there would be a need to cancel, please be sure to get a cancellation number. Hope to see you all there!
If you have any questions or concerns email Tom Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bob Ness at email@example.com.
COLORADO SPRINGS ATTRACTIONS:
Garden of the Gods
The most visited attraction in Pike's Peak region, Garden of the Gods offers iconic views, interactive museum exhibits, world-class shopping, bike rentals, Jeep & Segway tours, rock climbing, trails and hiking. (Free admission)
The safe and scenic Pikes Peak Highway provides the opportunity to enjoy 19 miles of mountain terrain, with frequent pull-offs. You’ll be treated to breathtaking views and unique animal sightings, like the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, yellow-bellied marmots and (rumored) Big Foot. ($15 ea.)
Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum
Over 75 original and restored vintage and antique Indians, Harleys, Excelsiors and many more! Wide display of memorabilia. (Free admission)
Red Rock Canyon
Located 60 miles from Colorado Springs, this incredible natural wonder features fantastic red sandstone formations, some towering 1800 feet high. ($15 per car)
Western Museum of Mining
Dedicated to preserving the history of the American West, this museum offers a walk-thru mine shaft, an assay office display, an 1895 Corliss steam engine, a 1920's steam shovel, an 1840's walking beam engine, a working blacksmith shop, and over 5000 artifacts. (Seniors - $8)
Penrose Heritage Museum
Showcases the history of Pike's Peak region with 30 antique carriages, western artifacts, and 15 race cars that competed in the world-famous Race to the Clouds. (Free Admission)
Ghost Town Museum
Original buildings and artifacts rescued from Pike's Peak region and preserved indoors. Pan for gold, visit the Wild West gift shop. (Adult - $7.50)
One of the most popular attractions in Colorado, the USAF Academy hosts over one million visitors a year. Unfortunately, the famous Academy Chapel will be closed for renovations at the time of our reunion. Visit the B-52 display, several scenic overlooks, halls and visitor center. (Free)
National Museum of WWII Aviation
This museum houses a large collection of WWII aircraft, many restored to flying condition. Also features an extensive collection of over 3000 artifacts and historical documents. Several restored military vehicles use by the USAF in WWII are on display. ($12.00 Seniors)
Glen Eyrie Castle
Built in 1871 by Gen. Wm. Palmer, this English-Tudor style castle features 17 guest rooms, 24 fireplaces, meeting rooms, and 2 dining rooms. Open for guided public tours. ($9.00 each)
This series of seven cascading waterfalls has been privately owned since the 1880's. Recently purchased by The Broadmoor. No parking. Shuttle from Norris Penrose Center. ($12.75 Seniors)
Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site
Experience the daily lives and times from Old West frontier. Costumed interpreters explain daily life of those who lived in this area in 1880's. ($5 Seniors)
Old Colorado City Historic District
Historic area with over 100 unique businesses including art galleries, boutiques, shops, bars, restaurants, & more. Live music most evenings.
Manitou Cliff Dwellings
Three-story ruins of Toas Pueblo Indians date back 800 to 1000 years. ($8.50 Seniors)
Miramount Castle Museum
Authentic 1890's castle with stunning architecture and artifacts. 14,000 sq. ft. of unique design.
The Historic Downtown Manitou Springs is an artist’s enclave featuring time-honored art galleries, street performers, creek-side restaurants and boutique stores.
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
Located downtown in the beautifully restored 1903 El Paso County Courthouse. The museum preserves the history and culture of the Pikes Peak region, and features permanent exhibits on the history of the area and changing exhibits on topics of broad interest.
The Airplane Restaurant is a fully intact Boeing KC-97 tanker. Built in 1953, this magnificent airplane refueled aircraft throughout the world. Then, in May 2002, it began its second mission~ to be the preeminent aviation restaurant in the United States. Forty-two passengers can actually eat in the plane. Rich in aviation history, displaying 100's of pictures, memorabilia and rare artifacts,