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Arts & Culture

There's plenty to explore in Pueblo's Creative Corridor, proudly exhibiting Art, Music, Performance and Dance in one of 26 designated creative districts. Over an easily navigated area, the Corridor is packed with galleries, museums, street sculptures and fountains, cafes and live music - all ready to challenge and excited your imagination and inspire your visit.

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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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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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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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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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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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Performance & Theatre

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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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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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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The Party People and Theater of Mystery

The Party People is your one stop shop for the most memorable party in town. Magic parties, themed parties, Friday Night Magic and more. Still known as Pueblo’s BEST Birthday, we are also Southern Colorado’s only Magic Lounge. Great Drinks and Magic. Open Tuesday through Thursday, with special events on the weekends.

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