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Steelworks Museum of Industry, Pueblo

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
The Steelworks Museum is located in Pueblo, Colorado. Operated by the Steelworks Center of the West, the museum is in the historic Minnequa Steel Works Office Building and Dispensary of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company.

The museum's exhibits include the local history of coal mining, steel production, railroads, labor, and the impact of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company on the region.
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  • 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 ...  read more »
  • 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 indus...  read more »
  • 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/...  read more »
  • This is a very cool place. Learn about some neat Colorado/pueblo history. The archives and the museum are packed with info. Museum has a kids area and a mine rescue train car. It's well worth the visit!
  • Thought they did a great job! It is a bit of a challenge to find.
  • It was Fiesta days in Pueblo.yay!
  • The best industrial museum i've ever seen!
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