Hands-On History students and teacher making tortillas in a large bowl

Event Series

Hands-On History All Day Fridays at El Pueblo History Museum

Hands-On History provides safe, engaging learning opportunities for children from first to eighth grade. Learn and create together through hands-on activities that bring history to life and connect to our larger world!

As always, classes are taught by professionals - teachers, engineers, practicing artists - who have training and experience and have passed background checks.

Learning opportunities: 
Grades 1-3: Makerspace, Art Adventures, What's Your Story: Changemakers, and Sew Much History.
Grades 4-8: Art Adventures, Eureka! Exploring in Science, Sew Much History, and Survivor 1842.

WHO: Pueblo area kids in grades 1-8
WHEN: January 20-May 5, 8 am-4 pm. No class on March 24.
COST: $30 per week ($450/semester) with tuition assistance available to cover up to 70% of the cost.

  • Free/reduced lunch: save 40%
  • Enrolling multiple kids: save 10%
  • Museum members: save 10%
  • Payment in full before January 19th
  • Inquire about tuition reduction for museum volunteers. Call Alyssa at 719-583-0453.