As part of a larger collaboration between the city’s museums, the Steelworks Museum offers free admission on certain days throughout the year. Come learn about the impact the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company had on the history and development of Pueblo and Southern Colorado, free of charge! The Steelworks Museum features exhibits relating to historic mining and steelmaking, the unique and diverse Bessemer neighborhood, and the CF&I medical dispensary as it existed in the 1940’s. We will also feature our newest exhibit, “CF&I at Play.”
Call 564-9086 x108 or contact us here on our website to find out more.
Special Opportunities/Locations/Contact Info//Website Links:
Colorado Mental Health Institute Museum
History of mental health treatment
Will include movies and display on the underground tunnels!
13th and Francisco Streets
719 543-2012 www.cmhipmuseum.org
El Pueblo History Museum Pueblo
A community museum of History Colorado
Bring the family and make tortillas!
301 N. Union Avenue
719 583-0453 www.elpueblohistorymuseum.org
Hose Company #3 Fire Museum
Historic firefighting equipment & memorabilia
Several vintage trucks, photos, books, and our original station brass pole!
116 Broadway Ave
719 553-2830 http://www.hosecono3.com/
Infozone News Museum @ Rawlings Library
Interactive news museum
Special craft activities and library scavenger hunt AND
Living history presentations by docents of Pueblo’s first established cemetery, Pueblo Pioneer Cemetery from 10:00-2:00 at the Infozone
100 E. Abriendo Avenue
719 562-5604 www.pueblolibrary.org/infozone
Pueblo Heritage Museum
Exhibits related to Pueblo and local history
201 W. B Street
719 295-1517 www.theheritagecenter.us
Self Guided Walking Tour
1794 Roselawn Rd.
Steelworks Center of the West
Industrial and cultural heritage of CF&I Steel
215 Canal Street
719 564-9086 www.steelworks.us
Hosting information about Rosemount Museum and Centennial Women’s Suffrage