The Steelworks Museum is housed in the former 1901 CF&I Medical Dispensary. It features exhibits related to all facets of steelmaking and coal mining in the West, as well as the CF&I Mine Rescue Car Number 1, the only remaining wooden mine rescue railroad car in the United States.
The Steelworks Archives features the nationally recognized CF&I Collection, which includes 6000 boxes of manuscripts, over 100,000 photographs, about 30,000 unique maps and drawings, 228 motion picture films, thousands of ledgers, and internal publications such as Camp and Plant, The Industrial Bulletin, and The Blast.
Education is a primary focus. Through school tours, after-school, weekend and summer camps, and outreach programs, we work with kindergarten through post-graduate students, and life-long learners, to educate the public about subject areas related to the industrial history of the West, and to the technology, engineering and medical fields that CF&I pioneered.