Southeastern Colorado Heritage CenterÂ – 201 W. B St., Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 295-1512 – The Southeastern Colorado Heritage Center and Museum consists of 16 local organizations that represent Puebloâs cultural history, archaeology, railroad history, Hispanic genealogy and living history.Â
Pueblo County Historical SocietyÂ – Located inside the Southeast Colorado Heritage Center | (719) 543-6772 – Contains a library collection of books, historical maps and photographs of old Pueblo sites.
Martin Luther King, Holiday CommissionÂ – 2713-2715 N. Grand Ave., Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 253-1015 – The old Lincoln home, built in 1889, served as Coloradoâs first black orphanage and old-folks home beginning in 1904. Today, these red-brick structures connected by a passageway serve as a museum celebrating black history. Email:Â email@example.com
Center for American ValuesÂ – 101 S. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003| (719) 543-9502- The Center for American Values is a non-profit organization located on Pueblo’s Riverwalk. The Center’s Vision is to serve as a source for future generations to learn and explore how doing the right thing for family, community and country will keep America great. The Center’s current inter-active exhibit features over 140 portraits of Medal of Honor recipients. No admission charge and groups are welcome.
InfoZone News MuseumÂ – 100 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004 | (719) 562-5604 – This one-of-a-kind interactive news museum offers hands-on displays illustrating Pueblo’s history as seen through the eyes ofÂ The Pueblo ChieftainÂ andÂ The Star Journal.
Buell Children’s MuseumÂ – 210 N. Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 295-7200 – The nationâs second ranked Childrenâs Art Museum, according toÂ Child Magazine, is here in Pueblo. This 12,000-square-foot, two-level facility offers innovative, hands-on exhibits focusing on the arts, science and history for people ages 1 to 101.
Pueblo Railway MuseumÂ – 132 W. B St., Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 251-5024 – Operated by the Pueblo Locomotive and Rail Historical Society, the museum features vintage railroad equipment, including the 2912, a former AT&SF 4-8-4-steam locomotive that the group is restoring to operating condition.
Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft MuseumÂ – 31001 Magnuson Ave., Pueblo, CO 81001 | (719) 948-9219 – The museum has a collection of 26 airplanes, including a B-29 bomber and a RB-37. The Memorial Museum traces the history of the B-24 and the activities of Allied units that once flew B-24s.
Rosemount MuseumÂ – 419 W. 14th St., Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 545-5290 – The Rosemount is a 37-room mansion, originally home to the John Thatcher family. The home was built in 1893 and is still furnished with 85 percent of its original furnishings.
Steelworks Museum and CF&I ArchivesÂ – 215 Canal St., Pueblo, CO 81004 | (719) 564-9086 – The Steelworks Museum is housed in the former CF&I Medical Dispensary. It features exhibits related to all facets of the CF&I, including the history of mining, labor history, history of steel production, railroad history, as well as history of Pueblo and Colorado and the CF&I’s impact on the region.
El Pueblo History MuseumÂ – 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 583-0453 – The museum exhibits chronicle human events in the region from prehistoric times through 1900, when railroads and commercial developments helped make Pueblo the major industrial center in Colorado.
Hose Company #3 Fire MuseumÂ – 116 Broadway Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004 | (719) 553-2830 – The building at this location is the only remaining firehouse in Pueblo that housed horse-drawn fire equipment and one of two remaining that has the famous brass pole still intact. The building was erected in 1881 and the last fire alarm was sounded on March 9, 1979.