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The 49 Best Things To Do In Pueblo, Colorado in 2021

Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo

Rosemount Museum

The grandeur of a bygone era awaits you at Rosemount, a Victorian house museum built in 1893 by prominent businessman John A. Thatcher. The 24,000 sq. foot mansion was designed by noted New York architect Henry Hudson Holly. Nearly all furnishings, accessories, decorative arts, paintings, custom paneling, wall and window treatments are original to the home. Guided tours take an hour to an hour an half and guests learn about the house, the family, Victorian culture and early Pueblo history. See why Rosemount has been called "Colorado's Crown Jewel." Visit Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm.

San Isabel National Forest

One of twelve national forests in Colorado, this one-million-acre forest offers snow-capped peaks and crystal mountain lakes.

Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

Lake Pueblo, Colorado State Park

Pueblo Zoo

The Pueblo Zoo is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited facility covering 25 acres of shaded, flat landscapes in Pueblo City Park. It is home to more than 500 animals representing 125 different species from around the world.

City Park

Center for American Values

Come for a serene visit, walk hallowed ground, and leave inspired. We invite you to visit the Center for American Values, located on the Historic Pueblo Riverwalk in Pueblo, Colorado. Pueblo is the “Home of Heroes” and proud host of the 2017 Medal of Honor Convention. The Center is open daily from 10:00am to 4:00pm and is free. The Center is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization formed in 2010 for charitable and educational purposes. The Center’s visionary and Co-founder is Pueblo native, and Medal of Honor recipient Drew Dix. Along with its education focus, the Center hosts the “Portraits of Valor” gallery, an extraordinary collection of more than 150 portraits of our countries living Medal of Honor Recipients. The exhibit is one of two permanent displays in the country; the other is displayed in the Pentagon. The exhibit is a powerful example of the self-sacrifice of ordinary individuals who have served in harm’s way to protect the freedoms we all enjoy. Some guests choose to sit and reflect at the immense power of the portraits while others enjoy reading the inspiring quotes that accompany each portrait. The Center also includes a World Trade Center (WTC) Steel Memorial located at the Center’s entrance. In 2012 members of the New York City Fire Department visited the Center to dedicate the WTC Steel Memorial. Visitors are reminded of how vital the Center’s core values of honor, integrity and patriotism are to the freedoms we enjoy and to the future of our great country.

Steelworks Museum

Wet Mountains

Heavily forested, dotted with lakes and filled with wildlife, the appeal of this mountain range is becoming more well-known.

Heroes Plaza - National Medal of Honor Memorial

Pueblo Heritage Museum

Located in the historic Denver & Rio Grande Western Freight Station (built in 1924), the museum features exhibits of saddles (Pueblo was once the saddle making capital of the world), railroading, the history of telephones and Native Americans of the region, among other exhibits that demonstrate the rich history of southeastern Colorado.

Bear Lake

Located in San Isabel National Forest.

Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo Museum

Comanche National Grassland

Vogel Canyon and Picture Canyon arelocated within the Grasslands and both contain excellent petroglyphs.

Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center - River Campus

The Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center is a member-supported, non-profit organization. Our beautiful setting along the Arkansas River features a variety of facilities and picnic areas, where we also offer educational nature programs for all ages. Bike, walk, or blade along our paved riverside trails, cast your line on the scenic fishing deck, or visit our resident birds of prey at the Raptor Center (open from 11 AM to 4 PM, Tuesday through Sunday). For an up-close raptor encounter, come to one of our free bird of prey presentations at 11:30 AM every Saturday and Sunday!

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center

The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center creates artistic learning experiences for everyone. One-of-a-kind, educational, inspirational, inclusive…the Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center fits all these descriptions and more. Pledging art for all, this beautiful facility has held hands with arts education in Southern Colorado since 1972 and never let go. This multi-disciplinary center for the arts is located in Pueblo and serves 17 surrounding counties. As an organization, the Arts Center encourages people to bring out the best in others through high-quality art exhibitions, performing arts, dance arts, an award-winning children’s museum, comprehensive arts educational programming, and an artistic space for meetings, performances and events. The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center and Buell Children's Museum are accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

Frontier Pathways Scenic and Historic Byway

Pueblo Railway Museum

Mauro farms & bakery

Buell Children's Museum

The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center creates artistic learning experiences for everyone. One-of-a-kind, educational, inspirational, inclusive…the Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center fits all these descriptions and more. Pledging art for all, this beautiful facility has held hands with arts education in Southern Colorado since 1972 and never let go. This multi-disciplinary center for the arts is located in Pueblo and serves 17 surrounding counties. As an organization, the Arts Center encourages people to bring out the best in others through high-quality art exhibitions, performing arts, dance arts, an award-winning children’s museum, comprehensive arts educational programming, and an artistic space for meetings, performances and events. The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center and Buell Children's Museum are accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness Area

While hiking to Greenhorn Mountain, the highest point of the range, hikers might see bighorn sheep.

The Rides At City Park

Located in Pueblo City Park, The Rides at City Park opens for the season on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day and reopens for the Haunted Rides for a two day trick or treating event. The park has rides for both young children and those of all ages to include a 1911 historic carousel, miniature train and roller coaster. No admission fee and tickets to ride are still only 25¢.

Pantaleo Farms

St. Charles Peak Trail

A 10 mile hike through a forest covered with mushrooms.

Steel City Theater Company

Trinity Lutheran Church

Pueblo Creative Corridor

There’s plenty to explore in Pueblo’s Creative Corridor. Art. Music. Dance. Over an easily navigated area, the Corridor is packed with galleries, museums, street sculptures and fountains, cafés, cozy shops and live music—all ready to challenge your imagination and inspire your visit! The Pueblo Creative Corridor is a Colorado Certified Creative District. It 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. The Creative Corridor is host to numerous programs, festivals and creative events throughout the year.

Waterskiing & Jetskiing

Gift & Specialty Shops

Bars & Clubs

Pueblo Neon Alley

Room Escape Games

Game & Entertainment Centers

Golf Courses

Day Trips

Private Tours

Coffeehouses

Yoga & Pilates

Paint & Pottery Studios

Self-Guided Tours & Rentals

Hiking & Camping Tours

Bike Tours

4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Fishing Charters & Tours

Spas

Adrenaline & Extreme Tours

Shooting Ranges

Neon Alley