Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

215 South Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO
Capacity: 400 people

About Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

Located in the heart of Downtown Colorado Springs, and just minutes away from purple mountain majesties above the fruited plains, the historic El Paso County Courthouse is a landmark for its history and blend of French and German renaissance architecture. The ambiance and timelessness of one of our region’s greatest treasures can help your event make its own history. The beautifully restored Courthouse is now the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and is available for private use. Individuals, corporations and non-profit organizations can host innovative receptions, press conferences, award ceremonies, parties, lectures and screenings in a unique, elegant environment in historic Colorado Springs. Spaces are available to accommodate groups from 10 to 400 guests. Theater-style seating for 180 available. Tailor your event to reflect your personal style or that of your company. Hire a caterer of your choosing and fashion the décor to create the ambiance you desire. Indoor and outdoor spaces at the museum offer a range of flexible options.

Event Spaces

Division 1 Courtroom
Main Lobby
Education Room
Henderson Gallery
Venue Types
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Outdoor Function Area
  • Outside Catering Allowed
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 400