This unique museum features many artifacts from 1879 to present including a restraint chair and many relics to ponder. Open Tuesdays or by appointment.
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 centers of Pueblo: Downtown Main Street, Union Avenue Historic District, and the Mesa Junction. Each retains its uniqueness, while providing an enjoyable stroll from one end to the other. View the Corridor and Public Art Map
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.
Operated by the Pueblo Firefighters Historical Society. Beware! Paranormal activity possible. Tours by appointment only.
Pueblo’s heritage comes alive through unique exhibits that provide a historical representation of Pueblo and Southeastern Colorado.
The Pueblo Railway Museum operates, preserves and displays railroad equipment and history for the full train experience.
More than 100 display cases and exhibits as well as actual military aircraft dating from World War 1 to Desert Storm, including the huge B-29.
Over 125 years old and 60,000 people buried including Spanish American War through Iraq War veterans, Medal of Honor recipients and historical pioneers.
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.