Pueblo Colorado and the surrounding areas in Pueblo County are full of rich history in the arts and theater. Below are some of the attractions you may want to visit:
Sangre de Cristo Arts Center -The “Arts Center” is home to a beautiful gallery featuring various artwork, sculptures and other art pieces. Year round exhibits, theatrical performances and classes are also available.
Steel City Artworks – located in the Historic Union Avenue District, this cooperative gallery houses over 30 artists work, in many different mediums and styles. Including oil, acrylic and pastels as well as sculptures in metal, wood, stone and glass. Also offering jewelery, glass work, photography and pottery.
Pueblo Art Guild – located within Mineral Palace Park, the Pueblo Art Guild was organized in 1959 and has continued to grow. The Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 pm.
Pueblo County Historical Society Museum – the museums collection includes featured exhibits from the William White Railroad Collection, Pueblo Saddlemakers, The Francis King Western Collection, The Blake Collection of Native American Pottery and the McClum Collection of Native American Artifacts.
Southeastern Colorado Heritage Center – The creation of the Southeastern Colorado Heritage Center is a grass roots effort which recognizes the importance of the historical heritage of Pueblo and Southeastern Colorado.
The Impossible Players – a community theatre group in the truest sense of the word. We have comedies, we have dramas and sometimes shows that are a little of both, but we will always entertain you.
Damon Runyon Repertory Theatre -“The Rep” offers quality entertainment including live theatre, children’s theatre, adult and children’s workshops, dinner theatres and murder mysteries.
Steel City Theatre Company – offers live productions as well as classes for both adults and children.
Cinemark Tinseltown Movie Theater – featuring all stadium seating, RealD-3D, wheelchair accessible, listening devices and closed caption. The theater also offers online purchases as well as self service kiosks for tickets.
Mesa Drive In – open during the warmer months, the drive in features 3 screens, a snack bar and grill, FM channel listening.