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MEMORIES OF A MASSACRE: PERSPECTIVES ON LUDLOW - OPENING APRIL 19
Caring For Those Less Fortunate: Celebrating 100 Years of the Myron Stratton Home
Permanent Exhibit: "Any Place that is North and West: African Americans in Colorado Springs."
Van Briggle Art Pottery exhibit: "From Paris to the Plains"
Welcome to the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
History Matters. The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (CSPM) is the only institution researching, collecting and interpreting the robust history of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. Each year, the Museum welcomes more than 50,000 visitors who learn what our community has been, what it is today and what it can become in the future.
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum exhibits include permanent displays highlighting regional history and changing galleries dedicated to exploring special topics.
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From the Pikes Peak Regional History lecture series to Children’s Holiday Magic, the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum offers a variety of special events each year – many of which are FREE.
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The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum collects, preserves, researches and interprets the history and culture of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. The CSPM is fully accredited by the American Association of Museums.
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Pikes Peak Regional History Lecture Series: Van Briggle by the Numbers Kathy Honea Kathy Honea and her husband, Bob Teas are collectors of American art pottery, members of the Am. Art Pottery Assoc., Pottery Lovers Reunion, and[...]
Wednesday, October 15 10:30 – 11:30 am Children’s History Hour: Just Dig It! (Ages 2-6) October 18 is International Archaeology Day! Let’s celebrate! We’ll read a fun story about archaeology, explore some of the archaeological[...]
CSPM Archaeology Day October 18 is International Archaeology Day! Join the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for a family fun day. Enjoy a variety of talks, discussions, interactive booths, workshops, and kid-friendly[...]
The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has been in continuous operation since 1881 and has appeared in more than a dozen movies including How the West Was Won (1963) and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969).