Rosemount Museum

4.760 Votes
  • Address: 419 W 14th St, Pueblo, CO 81003, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-7195455290
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Architecture , Exhibition

Rosemount Museum is a historical building located in Pueblo. It was built in the year 1893 by John A. and Margaret Thatcher, and was named so after Margaret's favourite flower. It was designed by the famous American architect Henry Hudson Holly. It is a typically Victorian style mansion with 37 rooms and emanates an air of magnificence. Now it is a museum and offers guided tours to visitors. The furnishings, accessories, decorative arts, paintings, custom paneling, wall and window treatments here are a fine specimen of 19th century design. It also has a gift shop from where you can purchase small gifts and souvenirs your your friends and family. Visit this museum for a historically enriching experience.

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  • Rosemount Museum Address: 419 W 14th St, Pueblo, CO 81003, USA, United States
  • Rosemount Museum Contact Number: +1-7195455290
  • Time required to visit Rosemount Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • Rosemount is a beautiful place to visit. I love Rosemount. Pueblo is so fortunate to have such a gem to learn about history. The Thatcher family left their home furnished with their furniture, housewares and personal items that allows us to see how families lived during the late 1890s and early 1900s. I encourage you to visit.

  • Beautiful museum with a friendly staff. Very accommodating. Our tour guide was pleasant, knowledgeable, and did not rush us through. We highly recommend visiting. Worth the trip and at a great price!

  • GREAT tour on a very hot day. Staff(Debbie) was well informed and patient with my grandkids! A little bit disappointed we didn't get to see the mummy, but understood it was way too hot to be upstairs. We will go back!

  • Fascinating artifacts. Guide was great even when I kept throwing rapid fire questions. Would have liked to go to third floor, they said no because of the heat, that was kinda silly

  • Loved the car show that was there today. Took my mom and stepdad with me, I was surprised he wanted to go. We had fun.

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