Children: 3 floors of hands on learning and adventure, in the summer a week long camp or for the ARTS in different classes. Adults: Enjoy classes, fine arts and festive music look at their web page and pick the best time to visit with your enjoyment in mind. I have enjoyed everything the ARTS Center has to offer, and if... 更多
We to the art museum to see the Best of the West and got to see a wonderful show of all kinds of western art. There was also an interesting display all about Charles Goodnight as well as fascinating art by local artist Terry Galusha. The museum is such a gem in this community.
We went here to see the Children's Museum and the Western Art Exhibit. The paintings and etchings were really incredible. The third floor was closed so we didn't get a chance to see all that there was. The buildings are beautiful and the people working there very kind and helpful. They have live entertainment here, but we haven't gone to... 更多
The Children's Museum is a fun place to take kids for a couple hours, but don't try to take them to the art museum. Even if they are well behaved, it seems like the staff is a bit edgy about kids. My kids (age 4-11) enjoy going to the children's museum. They have arts and crafts, imaginative play, and lots... 更多
We very much enjoyed being in this complex, and were captivated by the Ansel Adams exhibit, thoughtfully presented on the third floor. One of the highlights of our weekend in Pueblo
We were lucky enough to come through Pueblo when the Ansel Adams exhibit was featured. Worth every penny. They also had a water color exhibit. And, there is a children's museum, very hands-on and lots of crafts for the kids to do, that is included in the adminission.
An impressive building from the outside, centrally located, and even more impressive inside. A fine exhibition of photos of 'old' Pueblo, with some striking images. The staff there were very welcoming and helpful, as was the case nearly everywhere we went