Voted the Best Museum in Pueblo by Pueblo Chieftain readers back-to-back 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017! Environmental Leadership Award 2013. About the Buell Children's Museum. The Buell Children’s Museum was recognized as the second best children’s museum for art in the nation by Child Magazine.
The Center for American Values, Inc. is a non‐political organization formed in 2010 for charitable and educational purposes. The Center’s founders identified the need for a national initiative to recognize and preserve the values this great country was founded on.
Pueblo is unique for a city its size, in that it maintains a small-town feel. In this friendly, diverse community everyone is welcome. It’s common for people, even complete strangers to nod and smile as they pass each other on the street or hold the door for the person behind them.
Goodnight Barn Preservation, Inc received the Colorado Preservation, Inc. “Endangered Places Progress Award” at a banquet honoring Preservation in Colorado. The Award is a great honor for the Committee and for Bill Zwick, Capital Projects Manager, Planning and Community Development for the City of Pueblo.
Pueblo Medal of Honor Memorial at Pueblo Convention Center Heroes Plaza. Bronze artist David Dirrim and granite artist William Yates, both Colorado natives, were selected in 1998 to create the Pueblo Medal of Honor Memorial outside the Convention Center on Heroes Plaza.
As part of the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo (HARP) Visitors' Center and Veterans' Bridge projects, the Planning and Community Development Department secured a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) - Energy Impact Assistance Fund (EIAF) in the amount of $65,000 to assist in the cost for the construction of both projects.
The InfoZone News Museum is an interactive news museum. The InfoZone News Museum's mission is to provide broader knowledge of news and information. The museum focuses on journalism, the First Amendment, historic news and current events that affect our world.
Pueblo River Trail System The Pueblo River Trail System, stretching along the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, is available for bicycling and other outdoor recreational activities. Please note that both pedestrians and bicyclists use the River Trail paths.
Spanning two hangars and over a hundred years of military and aviation history, there is something for everyone at PWAM. The aircraft museum is not just about planes! Since its founding, PWAM has received thousands of artifacts from those who wanted to aid us in our efforts to preserve military air history.
Runyon Field is the youth baseball hub for all of Southeastern Colorado. The complex, which boasts five baseball/softball fields is a favorite destination for regional tournaments. Pueblo's climate offers a much longer playing season than other locations in Colorado, which also helps make Runyon field a very popular baseball venue.
Rules at The Rides at City Park: No pets of any kind; No smoking or alcohol; Anyone thought to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will be asked to leave; No running or horseplay in the ride area; No outside food of any kind except from Park Bench Treats Concessions; The Rides at City Park may close early due to low attendance or inclement weather.
of the vietnam war having lost her life as the result of a terrorist bombing at the united states embassy in saigon, vietnam on march 31, 1965. she was the daughter of buford and ruth robbins. barbara a. robbins was the only colorado female to die in the vietnam war. she worked as a secretary at the embassy for the central intelligence agency.