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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.

Windows Into History Tours

Tuesday at 1 pm  • Friday at 11 am • Saturday at 12 pm & 1 pm •  30-45 Min  •  20 participants max • 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.



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. Choose from one of the for tour themes listed below:

Journey to Pikes Peak

Do you ever wonder why people live in a particular place? How they got there and why they came? On the Journey to Pikes Peak tour we will explore unique stories of how health, creativity, entrepreneurship, and opportunity have driven migration to and settlement in the Pikes Peak region.

Art & Architecture

Throughout its history, the Pikes Peak region inspired creativity among the people who have called the area home. Explore the unique stories of regional painters, architects, writers, performing artists, and more, while considering their artistic processes and unique ties to this community.

The Story of Us

The Story of Us shares stories that broaden our understanding of who we are as a community. Using artifacts, photographs, and oral histories, we’ll explore what is most unique about us and how we differ from any other city in the United States. Get a glimpse of intriguing objects and fascinating individuals from our community, many of which have never before been explored on exhibit.