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Biking Trails

Pueblo offers miles of trails for biking, hiking and exploring for all skill levels. Discover adventurous routes that will push the limits of any seasoned pro, leisure trails for family hiking and trails that reveal some of Southern Colorado's most spectacular mountain views. View favorite routes.
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Buell Children's Museum

Innovative, hands-on exhibits focused on arts, science and history, recognized as the 2nd best children’s museum for art in the nation by Child Magazine. 
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Center for American Values

The Center for American Values’ organizational mission is based on the need for a national initiative to identify, document, and disseminate information about individuals, groups and organizations whose character attributes relate directly to the values this great country was founded on. The Center displays an extraordinary collection of photographic portraits and documentation of over 140 […]
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City Park Disc Golf Course

Established in 1978, this is the third oldest course in the country.  It is open year-round and located northeast of City Park Pool parking area. The course attracts disc golf enthusiasts from all over Colorado. The course is a member of the Professional Disc Golf Association and has hosted the Colorado Disc Sports Association's championships. […]
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Colorado Mental Health Institute Museum

This unique museum features many artifacts from 1879 to present including a restraint chair and many relics to ponder. Open Tuesdays or by appointment.
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Colorado State Fair

End of August through Labor Day Official state agricultural and industrial fairs started in the United States in the middle of the nineteenth century. The Colorado Agricultural Society held the territory’s first agricultural fair northwest of Denver in September 1866, featuring a half-mile racetrack as well as displays of large vegetables and prize livestock. Over […]
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Creative Corridor

Explore one of 12 Colorado state designated creative districts, packed with galleries, museums, street sculptures and fountains, cafes and live music. View the Corridor and Public Art Map
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Creative Corridor & Murals

Pueblo is home to a vibrant arts culture and features one of Colorado's Creative Corridors. The area is packed with galleries, museums, street sculpture, murals and fountains, cafés, live music, and street performers that are all ready to challenge your imagination and inspire your visit. The Creative Corridor is focused around the three historic city […]
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El Pueblo History Museum

Representation of the region’s many cultural and ethnic groups through innovative exhibits, a reproduction adobe trading post, and hands-on fun.
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Fly Fishing the Arkansas

The tailwater section of the Arkansas River, located below Pueblo Reservoir, has quickly become a popular destination for anglers near and far. Over the past several years, the city of Pueblo has undergone major stream restoration efforts on this piece of water. View river forecast.
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Goodnight Barn

Built in 1870, by Charles Goodnight at his Rock Canyon Ranch in Pueblo, CO. Under restoration. No admittance, by appointment only.
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Gravel Cycling

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 Gravel Adventure Field Guide is designed to help you discover what makes us […]
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Gravel Locos Bike Race

Gravel Locos Pueblo is on September 30, 2023. After the debut event in Pueblo, Colorado in 2022, Gravel Locos is returning to Pueblo. The heart of the entire race series remains the same: Helping Volunteer Fire Departments Nationwide.
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Helen T. White Galleries

Boasting 7 galleries with 24 new exhibitions every year, historic and contemporary works by artists of regional, national, and international renown. 
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Holidays in Pueblo

November and December in Pueblo is bustling with holiday shoppers and community events like the Courthouse Lighting, Parade of Lights, ElectriCritters at the Zoo, Holiday Lighting at the Riverwalk, Beulah Yule Log Festival and more.
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Home of Heroes Tour

The Medal of Honor is the highest military award that can be bestowed upon a member of the United States Armed Forces; Teddy Roosevelt lobbied for one but never received it and General George Patton said, “I’d sell my immortal soul for that Medal.” President Dwight D. Eisenhower upon presenting Raymond G. “Jerry” Murphy with […]
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Hose Company #3 Fire Museum

Operated by the Pueblo Firefighters Historical Society. Beware! Paranormal activity possible. Tours by appointment only.
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Impossible Players

Founded in 1966, the Impossible Players are Pueblo's oldest theater group. As a volunteer nonprofit organization, we strive to provide quality entertainment for our community.
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Lake Pueblo State Park

Water recreation includes sailing, motor-boating, waterskiing, river tubing and prime fishing. Boaters choose from two full-service marinas and boat ramps. Land recreation includes hiking, biking, picnicking and diverse nature exploration. Note this is a popular destination on weekends including summer holidays. Limited parking and boats permitted.
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Paint N Bubbly Social Art & Wine Studio

Sip while you Paint! It’s fun for everyone, from the self-proclaimed artist to the person who has never picked up a paint brush. 
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Pueblo Art Guild

Located in the historic boathouse by Lake Clara in Mineral Palace Park, visitors to the gallery may enjoy viewing the gardens and strolling by the lake.
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Pueblo Arts Alliance

The Arts Alliance offers support, collaboration and affordable studio space to creative industry businesses in the Pueblo Creative Corridor.
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Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival

Third weekend after Labor Day In some places, the sight of falling leaves is synonymous with fall. In Pueblo, the savory aroma of roasting chilies signals summer’s end. Every year, thousands pay homage to Pueblo’s best-loved crop: green chilies, particularly Pueblo Chile. The event features live entertainment, street vendors, cooking competitions, and chilies, chilies, chilies! Held […]
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Pueblo Chile & Local Farm Stands

Pueblo chile is the most famous chile of our region, attracting chile aficionados’ attention from around the world. Its pungency ranges between 5,000 and 20,000 Scoville Heat Units, the measurement method used to rank chile heat. Pueblo chilies are comparable to moderate jalapeno peppers, and are usually a little warmer than cayenne peppers. The growing conditions […]
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Pueblo Heritage Museum

Pueblo’s heritage comes alive through unique exhibits that provide a historical representation of Pueblo and Southeastern Colorado.
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Pueblo Mountain Park

A great way to see the flora and fauna of Pueblo Mountain Park is to take a hike along one of the trails. There are approximately six miles of trails in the park, open to foot and horse traffic only. National Forest trails can be accessed through Pueblo Mountain Park, offering many more miles of […]
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Pueblo Neon Alley

Light up your Pueblo experience with a stroll through Neon Alley located between Union & Victoria in Historic Downtown Pueblo.
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Pueblo Railway Museum

The Pueblo Railway Museum operates, preserves and displays railroad equipment and history for the full train experience. 
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Pueblo River Trail System

The Pueblo River Trail System, stretching along the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, offers more than 30 miles of scenic trails for running, walking and biking.
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Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

Conveniently located at Pueblo Memorial Airport, Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum (PWAM) is a must-see attraction. Visit one of Colorado's largest collections of military, space, and civilian aircraft, vehicles, and artifacts spanning over a hundred years of history. Our two hangars and outdoor exhibits comprise over 85,000 square feet. Exhibits include both civilian and military aircraft, […]
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Rock Climbing

Green Mountain Climb: These are the cliffs on the Northwest side of the reservoir, directly east of the dam. They are a popular cliff jumping spot in the summer, so come prepared. Although not a climbing destination, the thrill of deep-water soloing is hard to beat. Canon City: Just west of Pueblo you'll find some […]
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Roselawn Cemetery

Over 125 years old and 60,000 people buried including Spanish American War through Iraq War veterans, Medal of Honor recipients and historical pioneers.  
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Rosemount Museum

A 37-room mansion built in 1893,  and formerly home to the John A. And Margaret Thatcher family. The mansion contains almost all of its original furnishings.
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Sangre De Cristo Arts and Conference Center

An award-winning children’s museum, comprehensive art educational programming, and an artistic space for meetings, performances and events. 
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Steel City Theatre Company

Steel City Theatre Company (SCTC- originally Southern Colorado Theatre Company) was founded in 2001 by a mismatched group of fervent, theatre-loving actors, directors, and educators.
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Steelworks Center of the West

Exhibits related to the CF&I and their impact on the American West. CF&I was a strong force in the historical development of Pueblo and Southern CO.
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The Fire Playce Paint Your Own Pottery Studio

Walk in and create a masterpiece of your own. Offering a selection of unpainted bisque ceramics, a little coaching and a lot of encouragement!
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