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The Weather in Pueblo
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 93° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
History comes alive at Pueblo vacation rentals
Thrilling history and dramatic natural wonders are yours to discover with Pueblo, CO accommodation homes. Join wine festivals on the Creative Corridor, watch raptor displays, and be edified and entertained at local museums.
Pueblo's rich history
The El Pueblo History Museum isn't far from the recently renovated Union Avenue Historic District, making for a convenient insight into the Pueblo of the past. Rosemount Museum presents more local history in the former homestead of one of the city's founding fathers. Find out why many call the museum the 'crown jewel' of Colorado. Don't forget to check out the collection of artifacts documenting the history of Pueblo's steel and mining industries at the Steelworks Museum of Industry and Culture.
Learning through play
Bring your little ones to the innovative Buell Children's Museum, where hands-on exhibits sprawling for some 12,000 feet thrill families. Visit the El Pomar Magic Carpet Theater and the Artrageous Studio, which allows visitors to create their own masterpieces. Buell Baby Barn lets children meet animals. Come to Pueblo Zoo for even more exotic species and entertaining activities that educate at the same time.
Trails and day trips
Why not follow the Creative Corridor through three of the city's historic neighborhoods. On the way, you'll discover fountains, galleries, and museums. Exciting special events animate the area throughout the year, from beer and wine festivals to farmers' markets, parades, and children's days.
At the Nature and Raptor Center, you can hike along the river and spot rehabilitated birds soaring overhead, from owls to eagles. It makes a relaxing destination to escape from the bustle of the city, and also offers an insight into local wildlife. Meanwhile, Lake Pueblo State Park lies to the west of the town, and makes an ideal day trip destination for fishing, boating, and water sports. In the summer, the mountain biking trails make the perfect day's diversion into nature.
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