Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs

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The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is located at 215 S. Tejon Street in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The granite building with a domed clock tower was the El Paso County Courthouse building from 1903 to 1973. The museum, which moved to this location in 1979, has fine arts, artifacts and archival collections that document the Pikes Peak region. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places, and was the 2nd property to be listed in El Paso County, after Pikes Peak.
Located within Alamo Square Park the museum is also home to the Starsmore Center for Local History, a manuscript collection and research facility.
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  • MY daughter and I spent a great afternoon here. The staff was friendly and the museum was well kept and very clean. 
    MY daughter and I spent a great afternoon here. The staff was friendly and the museum was well kept and very clean.  more »
  • Pretty cool museum that focuses on local Colorado Springs history. It is always free to enter as they just work on donations. I was surprised at how much information they had in the museum. It... 
    Pretty cool museum that focuses on local Colorado Springs history. It is always free to enter as they just work on donations. I was surprised at how much information they had in the museum. It...  more »
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  • Excellent museum ! All is interesting. The display shows the life in Colorado Springs by the time of the pioneers. Remarkable citizens and claim for human rights have a good space and very interesting documental material plus the claim for human rights which I advise you take your time to sit and watch. The admission is for free !!! and it has a small museum shop where they can reply all your questions. I recommend it !
  • If this place is great for locals (been several times), imagine the impression on newcomers! I love history, I love Colorado history. Don't think twice and stop by... you won't regret it.

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