Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
Family Fun for Everyone
The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum 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 outreach and programming, and preservation of its object and archival collections. It also makes its collections available for research by scholars, students, and authors from around the country.
Get into the spirit of the season and celebrate Arts Month 2022. The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum invites families for a fun and educational fall-themed stroll around the beautiful 1903 El Paso County Courthouse (the current Pioneers Museum) on Saturday, October 29 from 2-5PM. Register for a time slot (15 guests each) for your outdoor guided stroll, where you will visit five interactive art and history-themed stations. Each stroll will last one (1) hour, and includes a special treat and prizes for kids. Costumes are encouraged! Tickets are $5 per person.
For questions about tickets or the event, contact Meg Poole, Program Coordinator, at Meg.Poole@coloradosprings.gov, or 719-385-5631.
In celebration of Arts Month 2022, explore, experience, and engage with different varieties of dance at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum’s Day of Dance Family Fun Day on Saturday, October 8, from 11AM-3PM. Featuring over 9 local dance studios, the community is invited to enjoy free performances, activity booths, and workshops. Also visit the new Story of Us exhibit displays, “D = Dance” and “E = Esther Geoffrey,” honoring Esther Geoffrey’s 36-year dance program at Colorado College. This event is sponsored by the Dance Alliance of the Pikes Peak Region.