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Steelworks Museum

215 Canal St, Pueblo, CO 81004-3409
+1 719-564-9086
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Lots of new knowledge

We had a great time learning about the steelworkers in pueblo, there is so much knowledge to be... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Longmont, Colorado
via mobile
Stop if you're in the area.

Many museums offer the same stuff but this one had information new to us. We enjoyed reading the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Stephanie W
Bonham, Texas, United States
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
215 Canal St, Pueblo, CO 81004-3409
+1 719-564-9086
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We had a great time learning about the steelworkers in pueblo, there is so much knowledge to be gained from visiting this place.

Thank kadesf
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Many museums offer the same stuff but this one had information new to us. We enjoyed reading the history, looking at pictures and learning about steel making and the people who worked the mines and factories. Interesting and inexpensive (12 dollars for both of us)....More

Thank Stephanie W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The tour is set up in the original steel mill dispensary (medical clinic). I recommend watching the half hour long video to get a nice overview before seeing the exhibits. Victoria, the museum curator is very knowledgeable about the museum and surrounding neighborhood of Bessemer,...More

Thank Diane S
Reviewed 3 March 2017

One of the most interesting museums - focusing on local labor history, it is very well organized (no pun) and educational.

Thank TravelgraceArizona
Reviewed 23 December 2016 via mobile

With a great backdrop of photographical material, this museum is well organized and walks you through the company's history, labor and community relations as well as how steel is made. There are many other subjects including medicine, education and socialization of worker children as well...More

Thank JKenC42
Kay G, Event & Office Coordinator at Steelworks Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 27 December 2016

Thanks so very much for visiting our museum and posting a review. We are thrilled you enjoyed your experience with us. We value your input. Have a Wonderful Holiday Season.

Reviewed 6 December 2016

Admittedly knowing very little about the steel industry in general I chose visit to gain an insight, which I was able to do. I was able to watch a CF&I sales film from a bygone age, aimed at the farming sector and the farm products...More

Thank dos_worldwide
Reviewed 10 August 2016

An excellent museum and archive of Pueblo History, CF&I and it's predecessors, the Industrial Revolution, labor unions, mining, steel making, railroads and well known personalities of the 1890s-1930s (Mother Jones, John D. Rockefeller, etc). Everyone living in Pueblo should be encouraged to visit - you...More

Thank WhiteDog711
Reviewed 19 May 2016

I was not expecting a museum for steelmaking history in Pueblo, Colorado. This place is a cool unassuming museum that tells an awesome story of how this place in the west was born. How the steel industry brought immigrants from Europe, Mexico, and Asia to...More

Thank GreekGolfingGod
Reviewed 2 May 2016 via mobile

Used a Groupon, but would have paid full price without complaint. Clean facility. Well organized displays. Friendly attendant. It was nice to see a field trip of elementary students getting a history/geography lesson, as well. Gift shop is small.

Thank Kim_K1105
Reviewed 26 April 2016

They have interesting artifacts, photos and equipment from the steel era of this city. Its a short and sweet self guided tour through the building. You can explore and read historical timeline data at your leisure. The actual Steel Mill is across the highway next...More

Thank Kim C
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