Education and Outreach
The purpose of the Pueblo Heritage Museum is to preserve, promote and interpret the rich heritage of Southeastern Colorado. Education through our “Legacy Trunk” outreach program and guided tours is one of our primary community goals. The rich cultural and ethnic heritage of the area is the focus of many of our interpretive exhibits.
The outreach program provides academic enrichment to schools, youth organizations, and the public. Trunks are developed through a volunteer committee to provide interactive history or cultural awareness lessons.
Legacy Trunk presentations are free for schools and children’s groups. A small charge is requested for presentations to adult groups.
Call 719 295-1517 to schedule a “Legacy Trunk” presentation at your location or here at the Pueblo Heritage Museum. You can also schedule a guided tour of the museum.
- 1921 Pueblo Flood
- Zebulon Pike
- Spanish History and Culture
- Old West early Education
- People of Colorado’s Past
- The Cowboy
- Rock Art
- The History of the American Quilt
- Skirts and Stethoscopes
- Pueblo Geologic History
View our new Legacy Trunk View Brochure