Tours & Group Visits
The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum offers a variety of guided and self-guided educational programs for the public. Read the options below to learn more about these unique and fascinating ways to explore the history of the Pikes Peak region.
Public Tours and Programs
Windows Into History Tours
Every Saturday at 12pm • 30-45 Min • Maximum of 20 • Family-friendly • FREE
Trained volunteer docents share information about a few of their favorite exhibits and objects during this informal guided tour. We encourage you to reserve your spot in advance by calling 719-385-5990.
Hands On History at the Museum (Self-Guided Only)
Tuesdays through Thursdays (10am to 3pm) & Saturdays (11:30am-2:30pm) • Family-friendly • FREE
In this self-guided experience, trained Junior Docents (6th through 12th grade) share objects and stories in select galleries at our Hands on History carts. Explore the stories of influential Coloradoans, the City of Sunshine’s fascinating medical history, regional trade and innovation of American Indian tribes, and the art & creativity inspired by this region. This program is suitable for all ages. We ask that groups make a reservation at least two weeks in advance of your visit.
Bringing a group of 10 or more? Please reserve your spot at least two weeks in advance.
Guided Tours for Adult Groups
Tuesdays through Saturdays • 60 min • 40 participants max • FREE
Schedule your visit at least two weeks in advance using our online Tour Request Form.
Visit our School Groups page to learn more about our HANDS ON HISTORY school program. All of our programs meet the Colorado Academic Standards for history and offer an interactive glimpse into the history of the Pikes Peak region.