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.
Representation of the region’s many cultural and ethnic groups through innovative exhibits, a reproduction adobe trading post, and hands-on fun.
Built in 1870, by Charles Goodnight at his Rock Canyon Ranch in Pueblo, CO. Under restoration. No admittance, by appointment only.
The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo (HARP) is a 32-acre urban waterfront experience open to the Public daily. The Riverwalk returned the Arkansas River to its historic location at the heart of downtown Pueblo, after being diverted in the 1920s due to a devastating flood that destroyed much of Pueblo. Learn about the history of Pueblo and the 1921 flood while riding one of our excursion boats. Walk the mile long channel and explore the art and history. Bring your dog for a quick lap, or stay for the weekend and enjoy a festival!
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 in Southeastern Colorado render some of the best chile available. Hot, dry, sunny summer days, combined with our rich soils and pure Colorado water yield some of the hottest and most flavorful chilies. Watch out for the little ones – they’ve been tortured the most and are the hottest. View farm stands map
Pueblo’s heritage comes alive through unique exhibits that provide a historical representation of Pueblo and Southeastern Colorado.
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 trails. View trail map.
The Pueblo Railway Museum operates, preserves and displays railroad equipment and history for the full train experience.
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, ground vehicles, missiles, and the Southern Colorado Space Museum.
Pueblo Zoo is a 25-acre zoo located in Pueblo, Colorado in the United States. The zoo is open year-round and is home to over 420 animals of more than 140 species. The Pueblo Zoological Society manages the zoo, which is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Open in the Summer – The Rides at City Park is a place where families can make unforgettable memories and a quarter is still worth 25¢! The rides include 10 amusement park rides and two bounces to serve for entertainment. The train, carousel and adults require two tickets. The rest of the rides can be enjoyed for one ticket per child. Tickets are 25¢ each! In addition to the Caboose and Party Pavilion rentals accessible for school field trips, corporate, birthday and private parties, the rides also offers history! Since 1955, The Rides at City Park have remained a safe and affordable facility for children and families.
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.
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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