Penrose Heritage Museum
11 Lake Circle | Colorado Springs, CO | 80906Map
Penrose Heritage Museum showcases the history and heritage of the Pikes Peak region through the personal artifact collection of Colorado Springs philanthropists Spencer and Julie Penrose, who built the Pikes Peak Auto Highway (1916), The Broadmoor hotel (1918) and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (1926). Free admission.
AccessibilityThe museum is ADA compliant and wheelchair accessible. There is one wheelchair on site for use by visitors who need it at no cost. The sidewalks and entrances are paved. There are ramps and an elevator to get to the second floor. The video displays include subtitles for those who are hearing impaired.
- Free Admission
- Free Parking
- Restaurant(s) Walking Distance
- ADA Compliant
- Closed Monday
- Family/Kid Friendly
- Group Friendly
- Pets Not Allowed