• ib_1919_04_30_p002_access

    Adult Education at CF&I

    In the early 20th century, CF&I administrators supported what we consider to be “welfare capitalism,” in which the company made available services beyond just a job, but included a home, medical care, recreational opportunities, and education for the… Read More

  • Kids' Free Science Saturday

    Free Science Saturday is Back!

    The Steelworks Museum will present a Kids’ Free Science program on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 1:00 – 3:00pm for students in grades 3-6 and their parents. Participants will conduct hands-on experiments relating to vision and optical illusions… Read More

  • SDC15412

    Artifact Spotlight!

    This nail kit, dating to the 1920s or 1930s, features 13 different types and sizes of nails, brads, tacks and staples conveniently sold in one box. Created at the Pueblo plant and sold under the brand name “Colorado… Read More

The Steelworks Center of the West, originally established in 2000 as the Bessemer Historical Society, in Pueblo, Colorado, operates the Steelworks Museum and Steelworks Archives. Currently under development is the Steelworks Park, an outdoor space featuring large steel mill artifacts, and a future multi-use Steelworks Center to be built in the fully restored former 1901 CF&I Main Administration Building.

ib_1919_04_30_p002_access

Adult Education at CF&I

In the early 20th century, CF&I administrators supported what we consider to be “welfare capitalism,” in which the company made available services beyond just a job, but included a home, medical care, recreational opportunities, and education for the… Read More

Learn More
Kids' Free Science Saturday

Free Science Saturday is Back!

The Steelworks Museum will present a Kids’ Free Science program on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 1:00 – 3:00pm for students in grades 3-6 and their parents. Participants will conduct hands-on experiments relating to vision and optical illusions… Read More

Learn More
SDC15412

Artifact Spotlight!

This nail kit, dating to the 1920s or 1930s, features 13 different types and sizes of nails, brads, tacks and staples conveniently sold in one box. Created at the Pueblo plant and sold under the brand name “Colorado… Read More

Learn More