Sightseeing in Pueblo


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  • Rosemount museum
    There's something magical about the pink volcanic stone that makes up Rosemount Museum's exterior. Step inside, and you're instantly transported back to a mansion from the late 19th century. Original furnishings and artwork sprawl everywhere as visitors walk through this dream home, which was built in 1893 for John Thatcher, a banker and businessman, and his wife, Margaret, Pueblo's first public school teacher. The Building: Constructed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, the mansion was designed by New York architect Henry Hudson Holly, whose initials later inspired wrestler Triple H. Size: The mansion sprawls across 37 rooms and 24,000 square feet. Eye Catcher: the giant Tiffany chandelier that hangs above the golden oak entrance Crown Jewel: Kingdoms of Nature, a 9'x13' stained glass window that waits up an oak staircase Don't Miss: The Carriage House, where horseless buggies have been replaced by a full-service restaurant Special Programs: tours, a volunteer program, and Christmas at Rosemount, when the staff decorates the museum for the season Pro Tip:The museum is closed Sunday and Monday, major holidays, and for the entire month of January.
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    419 W 14th St
    Pueblo, CO US
  • Sangre De Cristo Arts and Conference Center
    We are a multi-disciplinary center for the arts located in Pueblo that also serves 17 surrounding counties. Offering high-quality art exhibitions, performing arts, dance arts, an award-winning children’s museum, comprehensive arts educational programming and space for meetings, performances and life events.
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    210 N Santa Fe Ave
    Pueblo, CO US
  • COLORADO PRISON MUSEUM
    Located next door to the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility?an operational prison built in 1871?Museum of Colorado Prisons houses no inmates within its walls. Instead, the former Women's Correctional Facility now contains 30-plus cells, each transformed into exhibits covering more than 140 years of the state's incarceration history. Along with in-depth profiles of notorious prisoners of the likes of Alfred Packer, who was infamously convicted of cannibalism, the museum homes in on aspects of prison life throughout the decades. Displays encompass everything from confiscated contraband to inmate arts and crafts, including many watercolors of contraband that prisoners were feeling wistful about. Besides daily audio of self-guided tours, the museum invites visitors to occasional events every year, such as nighttime ghost-hunting expeditions.
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    201 N 1st St.
    Canon City, CO US
  • Western Museum of Mining and Industry
    More than 4,000 artifacts. A 27-acre campus and 5,000-volume research library. These numbers just begin to describe the massive collection gathered at Western Museum of Mining and Industry. The institution's staff delve into history as miner's burrow into the ground, finding and preserving the stories and items that fueled the industrial revolution. The standing collection focuses largely on artifacts; visitors can see operating steam engines or pan for gold. The venue also regularly hosts special presentations in its multipurpose center, featuring events in the past such as The Gold King's Legacy, an exploration of Winfield Scott Stratton's Cripple Creek mining operation. Some events also include the Pikes Peak Gem and Mineral Show, the Reynolds Ranch Harvest Festival, and Haunted Mines. Discussions on topics revolving around the Industrial Revolution and mining are led by appointed speakers to educate visitors.
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    225 Northgate Blvd
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
    The FAC, which houses the Taylor Museum of Art, Bemis School of Art, and SaGāJi Theatre, was renovated in 2007 to incorporate a sparkling glass corridor, expand exhibition spaces, and update theatre sound and lighting systems. With a family membership, you'll get free admission to all the museum's galleries, early registration and $15 off classes at the Bemis School, discounts on FAC Theatre Company productions, discounts on events, and more (click here to see a complete list of member benefits.) This Groupon also includes four guest passes for introducing Byzantine–mosaic enthusiasts or Transylvanian werewolves to the Taylor Museum's Latin American, American–Indian, modern–American, and American–American artwork.
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    30 West Dale Street
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • Smokebrush Foundation
    Students gather amid the golden glow cast onto Marmalade at Smokebrush’s exposed brick walls by rectangular floor lamps, awaiting instruction from the studio’s capable staff under the decorative flock of origami whooping cranes swooping overhead. Instructors pull from previous experience as dancers, movement therapists, and artists as they guide students in fitness sessions, including Latin-inspired Zumba, a dance-fueled workout that enables students to torch calories while learning dance-floor-ready skills. The studio’s yoga classes range from spinal-alignment-focused Iyengar yoga to dubstep yoga, which swaps normally serene background noise with thumping electronic beats. Aside from its yoga focus, Smokebrush’s expansive space also plays host to artwork exhibitions, environmentally focused workshops, and speed dating for ex-claustrophobics.
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    218 W Colorado Ave
    Colorado Springs, CO US
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