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Great afternoon for the kiddos, and a very nice facility

My grand kids had a blast in the hands-on area, and the Ludlow exhibit was done very well, so well... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Bobby S
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Pueblo, Colorado
Surprisingly good

This museum is very focused on the local history and peoples, which it should be. It is built on... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2018
Jeanne B
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Buena Vista
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El Pueblo History Museum showcases the region’s many cultural and ethnic groups through innovative exhibits including the Borderlands of Southern Colorado and the award-winning Children of Ludlow. The property includes a re-created 1840s adobe...more
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301 N Union Ave, Pueblo, CO 81003-4266
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a wonderful facility with great displays, and a very nice Ludlow exhibit area. It has a fantastic gift shop, and nice grounds, and is a very educational and well designed and managed museum. We highly recommend it for all ages.

Thank WJD_CO
Reviewed 19 June 2018

My grand kids had a blast in the hands-on area, and the Ludlow exhibit was done very well, so well that they even enjoyed it as well. We went on an average weekday, but they often have special events when, I understand, it is a...More

Thank Bobby S
Reviewed 18 March 2018

This museum is very focused on the local history and peoples, which it should be. It is built on the actual site of the old trading post where the town started. There's even an in-progress evacuation site, and re-creation of the trading post's courtyard. During...More

Thank Jeanne B
Reviewed 31 December 2017

Myself and my family including 3 small children went for a cold day activity, I thought this was a great museum, there was a lot of interactive attractions for the kids to do and play with. We went when they had the Ludlow exhibit which...More

Thank Sharon R
Reviewed 16 July 2017

The museum is very informative about the local and surrounding areas. My hubby and I were very impressed with it. It took on a whole new meaning when we took our three grandkids, and saw it again through their eyes. Recommend to one and all.

1  Thank cherokeemade
Reviewed 6 July 2017

Very racial in content-very little info on the city itself-this city has so much more info on its history than what is displayed-not sure if I would ever return.

1  Thank Clint S
Reviewed 26 June 2017

Nominal fee, maybe spent 45-hour r perhaps bit of local history, walking distance to a few other sights in the area,

Thank TWurz
Reviewed 17 February 2017

I've been to Pueblo many times, but this was the first time that I was able to visit the museum while it was open. The "El Pueblo History Museum" showcases the cultural history of Pueblo and the surrounding area. Entry fees are minimal. Once in...More

Thank Ronald B
Reviewed 12 February 2017

the el pueblo history museum,pueblo co.is a terrific museum! All facets of Pueblo history are covered well. The staff was extremely helpful,the exhibits enlightening. I especially liked the ones about The Children of Ludlow and El Movimiento...extremely well done.

Thank andrewbraun
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Learned a lot about early Pueblo. Interesting exhibits, well done, very reasonably priced. Has good exhibit on the Ludlow Massacre, the Bent family and native American life.

Thank Alan N
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