A 32 acre Riverwalk in the heart of Pueblo that has boat rides, is the gathering place for many community events.
Includes locomotives, passenger, freight and special-purpose cars in the rail yards behind and a short distance to the west of the historic 1889 Pueblo Union Depot. W
here you can see, touch,enter, and sometimes ride the locomotives and cars that made railroad history.
The museum’s main exhibit is the ‘Story of Steel: 1915-1936’. There also are photographic displays of mills and mines owned by the Colorado Fuel and Iron Co.; a medical display in the former company dispensary and a gift shop. Admission includes tours of the CF&I Mine Rescue Car No. 1. Open 10 to 4 Monday through Saturday. Admission is $5 adults, $3 ages 4-12, and free for members.
Steel City Theatre Company
Is your go to theatre company in Pueblo Colorado. Winning numerous awards and proving time and time again they are dedicated to quality.
Visitors, including those using strollers or wheelchairs, enjoy an easy stroll through beautifully landscaped grounds that lead to Serengeti Safari, North American Grasslands, the Australian Outback, World of Color, and an Asian Adventure. In the Ecocenter, explore a tropical rain forest, discover naked mole rats in their underground world, and watch penguins “fly” underwater. Islands of Life invites you on a shipwreck journey to habitats around the world. Enjoy northern river otters swimming and frolicking or visit the Pioneer Ranch where kids of all ages can get up close to farm animals.
Home to more than 420 animals of 140 species, the Zoo is managed by the Pueblo Zoological Society and accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA)
Colorado State Fair
Is a lively celebration of the people, agriculture, art, music, natural resources and industries that collectively make Colorado an incredible place to call home. The Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo welcomes dozens of concerts, livestock shows, horse shows, professional rodeo and creative art exhibits and is home to one of the region’s largest fiesta celebrations
Pueblo County Historical Society
Preserving Pueblo’s past
Southern Colorado Heritage Center
The Southeastern Colorado Heritage Center and Museum seeks to preserve, promote, and interpret the heritage of southeastern Colorado thereby fostering an understanding and appreciation for the plurality of its people. We accomplish this by providing the public access to our historical collections and by cooperating with other heritage-related groups.
The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo (HARP) is an urban, water based, multigenerational recreational environmental education Riverwalk amenity that is publicly owned and free of charge to all populations within the region
Historical information regarding this mansion and tour hours and cost, architecture and decor, calendar of events, and on-site restaurant information.
Pueblo Art Guild & Gallery
Local Pueblo Artist display their work at Pueblo Art Guild located in Mineral Palace Park in Pueblo. Pueblo Artist, Local art shows, art classes, local artists, watercolor, oil, pastels, photograph shows awards ribbons fun fun fun
Damon Runyon Repertory Theatre Company
To promote, encourage and educate the community and Southeastern Colorado Region in the performing arts – including drama, dance, music and technical arts: and to provide entertainment, youth programs, conservatory activities, employment, tourist revenue, development of talent and new works and educational activities as they relate to the performing arts.