Florence Pioneer Museum offers an ever-changing lineup of exhibits. It's worth coming back as there is always something for everyone to enjoy. Our website is a great opportunity to learn more about Florence Pioneer Museum. You can read about its history, get to know the team or stay up-to-date on related news and events.
Tracy Beach, local Fremont County author, is coming to the FPM to present her new book "The Night of a Thousand Heroes"; recording the events of the 1921 flood of Pueblo and surronding areas. While the event is free to the public, but, an RSVP is requested due to limited space. Call the museum 1-719-784-1904 to make a reservation.
The Museum is willing to open by appointment on off hours. Call 719-784-1904 to make arrangements/reservations.
Admission/donation: $5.00 per person 9 years old and up.
--8 years old and below: FREE!
If the local school district, Fremont RE-2, closes their schools for weather related events, The Florence Pioneer Museum and Research Center will be closed also.
FPM now accepts plastic (as well as cash and personal checks). We can take:
Your Personal Debit Card
The Florence Pioneer Museum and Research Center's Century Club has been re-instated! Check out the "Century Club" link for more information on how you can have a membership to the FPM and support the Museum through a Century Club donation!
Another way to donate to the Florence Pioneer Museum and Research Center: good for the Museum and a break on your taxes for next year! Check the "Building Fund" link to find out more!