Learn about the history makers and defining times in the history of the city of Colorado Springs at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (CSPM). Located in the meticulously restored 1903 El Paso County Courthouse, CSPM is rich in culture both inside and outside.
This Colorado Springs area attraction is not only family-friendly and educational, it offers free admission to visitors. Featuring current and ongoing exhibits as well as tours, the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum houses over 60,000 objects each holding a special place in the history of the Pikes Peak Region.
Exhibits at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum:
Behind the Lens: Photographs of the Pikes Peak Region
Framing Community: Exposing Identity
Helen Hunt Jackson’s House
Minerals and Me
Any Place that is North and West: African Americans in Colorado Springs
The Story of Us
Ongoing Exhibits at CSPM include Walking Into an Ancient World which looks at the paleontology of Red Rock Canyon, On Man and His Vision takes a closer look into the life and contributions of solider and philanthropist General William Jackson Palmer.
Tours at the municipal museum of Colorado Springs range from guided and self-guided as well as off-site educational tours. On-site guided tours include Windows Into History and Architectural Tours. For additional information on the museum or to book a tour, visit the CSPM official website.
The Cheyenne Mountain Resort hopes you enjoy a day exploring the history of the region at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. To learn more about our hotel or to book your stay, visit our website or call 800-588-0250.