Visitor Guide

Small town 
vibes under big 
open skies

Welcome to Pueblo!

With 300 days of sunshine annually and a consistently mild climate, Pueblo is a great place to enjoy an outstanding quality of life. Colorado’s most historic and culturally diverse city boasts year-round outdoor activities, celebrated and varied dining options, one of only 12 state designated creative arts districts, and exceptional business opportunities.

  • Winter In Pueblo

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  • Spring & Summer in Pueblo

    The warmer months in Pueblo means legendary sunsets with plenty of outdoor activities like biking, hiking, boating, fishing, golfing, rafting, rock climbing and exploring San Isabel National Forest. Savor delicious local cuisine along the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk, explore our region's extensive farmer's markets and live it up at our outdoor music festivals and activities for the entire family. 

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Holidays in Pueblo!

No matter where you're travels lead you, a haunted hot spot, and maybe a ghost tour, could be in your future. Even if you're not a fan of paranormal activities, some of the spookiest locations are worth discovering their fascinating history. We invite you to come explore the paranormal in Pueblo, if you dare!
Pueblo County Courthouse Lighting: November 22 5-7 pm (FREE)
Historic Arkansas Riverwalk: The 2022 Holiday Boat Rides (and unique character visits) take place December 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, and 17th.
Abriendo Inn Christmas Tea - Celebrate the Holidays with a Christmas Tea at The Abriendo Inn! Enjoy Tea, Food, Live Violin Music. The Abriendo Inn will host a Christmas Tea on December 10, 2022 with two time slots to choose from: 11:30am - 1:30 pm or 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm. For Registration and further details, go to / events / Christmas Tea #1 or Christmas Tea #2

Join us for the Historic Pueblo Ghost Walk! Three weekends in October. 

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Gravel Grinders register for the first Gravel Locos Pueblo Race event Oct 1
Race with the best in Gravel Locos:
★ Laurens ten Dam
★ Ted King
★ Emily Newsom
★ Laura King
★ Adam Roberge
★ Peter Stetina
★ Alison Tetrick
★ Jessica Cerra
★ Tyler Pearce (The Vegan Cyclist)
★ Ian Boswell 
★ Will Loevner
★ Sarah Sturm
Register Here

Gravel Adventure Field Guide

The intent of the Gravel Adventure Field Guide is to provide gravel cyclists with a reliable resource for exploring the off-the-beaten-path gravel roads of Pueblo County. We believe the community’s evolution from trading post to farming and ranching community and industrial center give it a distinctive look and feel to other parts of Colorado’s rapidly changing Front Range. The mountains and plains here will challenge and inspire you to see Pueblo’s small-town vibes under open skies.

Pueblo's 700+ miles of dirt roads access a wide variety of terrain to explore. From the Wet Mountains of western Pueblo County to the fertile eastern canyons and plains of the Arkansas River Valley, there’s a variety of landscape to see.

The Pueblo Chamber of Commerce and Visit Pueblo are excited to share what we have to offer gravel cycling enthusiasts. This guidebook is designed to help you discover what makes us one of Colorado’s most historic and culturally diverse cities. Experience the flavor of Pueblo and explore like a local.


Explore the Creative Side of Pueblo

There’s plenty to explore in Pueblo’s Creative Corridor. Art. Music. Dance. Over an easily navigated area, the Corridor is packed with galleries, museums, street sculptures and fountains, cafés, cozy shops and live music—all ready to challenge your imagination and inspire your visit.
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  1. Boat, dine and unwind at the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo, located in the heart of Downtown Pueblo.
  2. Spend some time in the historic Rosemount Museum, a 19th-century mansion with authentic furnishings.
  3. Visit local farm stands for fresh produce, tasty baked goods and much more.
  4. Tour the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, where there’s always an exciting new exhibit on display.
  5. Check out Pueblo Neon Alley, a one-of-a-kind, glowing art museum.
  6. Learn how aircraft played a key role in America’s wartime history at the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum.
  7. Catch a glimpse of animals from around the world at the Pueblo Zoo.
  8. Sample a world famous Pueblo Slopper or two.
  9. Explore the Pueblo Creative Corridor, one of 12 Colorado state designated creative districts.
  10. Fall in love with the famed Pueblo Chile at the annual Chile & Frijoles Festival.

Stop by our Welcome Center and the Professional Bull Riders Fan Zone, overlooking the Historic Riverwalk! Friendly, knowledgeable staff members will help to make the most of your visit. Grab your PBR and Pueblo memorabilia here.

310 Central Main St. Pueblo, CO 81003
For more information call 719-283-8200

Explore Pueblo's Great Outdoor Adventures

Grab a bike, jump on a paddleboard or scale the nearest cliff with the mountains rising around you. Pueblo is bursting with Colorado adventure all year long. Check out the burst videos below for a taste of Pueblo’s outdoor activities.
Scale the nearest peak
Stretch and find your zen on a paddleboard
Relax with a pedal ride on the Arkansas River
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Visit Pueblo challenges YOU to get out and enjoy all that Pueblo has to offer.

We challenge YOU to explore all Pueblo has to offer. Enjoy annual events, outdoor recreation, museums, arts & rich culture, farmers markets, local flavor and much more. Every photo you share this summer adds to Pueblo's Adventure Book.
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Spice up Spring in Pueblo 🌶️

Our Spice Up Spring campaign highlights the versatility of the iconic Pueblo Chile. Visit these select locations around town for a spicy treat while soaking in the warmer days here in sunny Southern Colorado.
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