Steelworks Museum

The Steelworks Museum is housed in the former CF&I Medical Dispensary, built in 1901.

The museum features exhibits related to all facets of CF&I and related industries' impacts on the American West. Examples include the histories of:

  • Western industrialization
  • Coal and iron mining
  • Steel production
  • The Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado and Wyoming railroads
  • Labor issues
  • Western immigration

Steelworks Museum with CF&I Mine Rescue Car No. 1Steelworks Museum with CF&I Mine Rescue Car No. 1

 

STEELWORKS MUSEUM HOURS AND ADMISSION
Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day
$6 per adult, $4 per child age 4-12.
Group discounts apply when reservations are made in advance
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 719-564-9086 x110

 

 

 

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Address:  215 Canal Street,
Pueblo, CO 81004
Tel:  (719) 564-9086
Fax: (719) 564-9681
E-Mail: info@steelworks.us

 

About Us

The Steelworks Center of the West provides continuing education to the public through the preservation of historic archives, artifacts and buildings of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company (CF&I), and related activities leading to the industrialization of the entire Western United States.  The Steelworks Center accomplishes this by collecting, preserving and exhibiting collections of the steel and mining industry, Pueblo’s Bessemer neighborhood, and the contributions and impacts working families in those industries made in the industrial West.

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