The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (CSPM) is following current state and local guidelines to protect visitors, volunteers and staff. Please review what visitors can expect during this time:
1. Before Your Visit
- The CSPM strongly encourages all visitors to reserve free tickets online. We are staggering opening hours from 10 a.m. – Noon, Noon – 3 p.m., and 3 – 5 p.m.
- To ensure the safety of our visitors and staff, the capacity is limited to 100 visitors per two-hour block. Walk-ins are welcome depending on space availability. Please read the rest of the guidelines and reserve your tickets at the link below.
- Visiting the Museum with a group of 10 or more? Explore options for you visit.
2. Upon Arrival
- On May 2, 2021, Governor Polis amended the Executive Order D 2021096 stating that masks must be worn in public indoor settings. The CSPM is designated as a public indoor setting. Face Coverings are required at all times for staff, volunteers and visitors aged 10 and older. Face coverings are encouraged for outdoor programs, but not required.
- All visitors will be asked to provide contact information to fulfill a requirement for contact tracing per the El Paso County Health Department. This can be accomplished upon arrival or through the online reservation system.
- Staff will administer temperature checks and safety questions upon arrival for all visitors.
3. During Your Visit
- Signs are displayed throughout the museum in order to layout the traffic flow and encourage social distancing.
- Hand Sanitizing stations are available throughout the Museum. Throughout the day, the museum is cleaned and high-touch areas will be sanitized.
Experience the following exhibits at the CSPM:
o COS@150: Exploring Colorado Springs’ Story Through Objects
o Evidence: Finding the Facts about General William Jackson Palmer
o Una Familia Grande: The Conejos Neighborhood Project
o The Story of Us: The Pikes Peak Region from A- Z
o Cultural Crossroads: Highlights from the Museum’s Collection
o Any Place North and West: African Americans in Colorado Springs
o From Paris to Plains: Van Briggle Pottery in Colorado Springs
o A Home of One’s Own: the Life of Helen Hunt Jackson
o City of Sunshine: Health in the Pikes Peak Region
o Beautifully Restored Division I Courtroom
The following experiences are temporarily closed or unavailable:
o Children’s Interactive Exhibit: Beads, Blankets and Buffalo
o Indoor Guided Tours