Sponsoring Exhibits & Programs - CSPM

Sponsoring Exhibits & Programs

Businesses, individuals and foundation help bring our community’s stories to light and engage more than 110,000 annually with signature exhibits and programs.

For more information on our sponsorship opportunities and associated benefits, please contact our Development Director, Diane Barber Stine at Diane.Stine@coloradosprings.gov or  (719) 385-5633.


Our exhibits are constantly changing to bring new stories and perspectives to light about the Pikes Peak Region. Be acknowledged alongside a signature program and invited to insider opportunities of the exhibit.

Pikes Peak Regional History Lecture Series

Throughout the year, CSPM hosts authors, scholars and local historians to invite audiences to take a closer look into the history of our region. Each month between August and May, people connect in compelling ways to discover the past, make sense of the present and shape the region’s future.

Colorado Grown Family Fun Day

Every July, the CSPM invites visitors to show their Colorado Pride and celebrate the Centennial State’s birthday! Attendees discover local history and identity through tours family-friendly activities, live music and food trucks.

Festival of Lights Family Fun Day

The CSPM welcome more than 1,500 people to an annual free holiday celebration. They enjoy a full performance schedule from groups with crafts and activities led by a variety of community organization. This special tradition has brought magic to the Pikes Peak Region for over 30 years.

Gift of History Breakfast

More than 500 of the community’s civic, business and non-profit leaders come together at the museum’s largest fundraiser of the year. Sponsoring this event is a great way to demonstrate your business’ commitment to the community, while providing critical support to the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. 


“The museum is so relevant to the community. It does a great job presenting history and showing the importance of why it matters today. It is truly living history. The Arts reflect the soul of the community. The Museum preserves this soul by telling and preserving our community’s stories, which we believe helps inspire creativity within artists.”

– David Siegel, Executive Director, Bee Vradenburg Foundation