THE STEELWORKS MUSEUM
- Western industrialization
- Coal and iron mining
- Steel production
- The Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado and Wyoming railroads
- Labor issues
- Western immigration
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day
$6 per adult, $4 per child age 4-12
Group discounts apply when reservations are made in advance
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 719-564-9086 x110
The Steelworks Museum was opened in 2007 and serves as the interpretive center for CF&I history. The Steelworks Center of the West was established in 2014 to integrate all of our museum, archives and education programs.
We host a variety of activities to involve our members, students, scholars and the general public in the preservation and interpretation of the rich history of the Industrial West:
Discounts apply for groups making reservations in advance. Tours normally last 1-2 hours and can be tailor-made to fit your group’s interests. Call the museum at 719-564-9086 x 108 to make reservations.
We host a variety of lecture programs with scholars, past mill or mine workers, or media personalities. Current speakers are updated as they approach.
These behind the scenes tours give an in-depth look at the current progress to process and preserve the Steelworks Archives. These tours are guided by our staff and are conducted by special arrangement. Call the museum at 719-564-9086 x 108 to make reservations.
We host a variety of special events, including new exhibits receptions, Coal Camp Tours and our signature events, FACES of CF&I and Saints ‘n Sinners, a tour of historic churches and taverns. Events are updated as they approach.