Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
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pioneer museum the building used to be the main courthouse of Colorado Springs now it is a museum showing the past of Colorado Springs right in the middle of downtown great shopping and eateries all around breweries ice cream
Colorado Springs offers Colorado history at the Pioneer Museum. The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (CSPM) is committed to building a lasting connection to the Pikes Peak region by preserving and sharing our cultural history and accomplishes this mission through innovative exhibits, educational…
Great museum to take in all things historic about this area, good rainy day activity!
Some of the history will amaze you...worth spending at least and hour here. And it's free!
FREE admission! Downtown Colorado Springs. Local history. Plan to pay for parking!
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