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Come for a serene visit, walk hallowed ground, and leave inspired. We invite you to visit the Center for American Values, located on the Historic Pueblo Riverwalk in Pueblo, Colorado. Pueblo is the “Home of Heroes” and proud host of the 2017 Medal...more
Kids and young adults need to see this as it is very interesting and informative. Most of this history is not in our school books and isn't taught or discussed in school. It is very true...if we don't learn from our history we are destine...More
I took a couple of friends with me and we were pleasantly surprised! It is a VERY beautiful and well maintained facility with lots to see and do! The guides are very knowledgeable and friendly. They will tell you anything you want to know about...More
Visited the Center while in Pueblo for a family reunion. We needed a one-two hour, air conditioned stop that would interest the young and old. My husband found the perfect spot in the Center. A very informative docent, Bill, gave us a brief overview of...More
We came upon the center as we were walking the river loop. Every American needs to stop and remember the people who have served to protect our freedom. The photos and the quotes by each recipient of honor is very special.
When we say the name of this place we first thought it might have something to do with the religious right, but in fact this is a wonderfully patriotic tribute to Medal of Honor recipients. Well worth the visit for anyone who has appreciates the...More
I can't tell you how moving this experience was for us. What a wonderful place this is to anyone who has ever served in the military. A must see for everyone and especially veterans. Thanks so much for all the work you've done. It's very...More
A wonderful tribute to the Medal of Honor recipients. A small museum with a wealth of information .
Easy to find on the river walk and a staff willing and cooperative to help with share information.
I Highly recommend an hour or two to
We planned on stopping in for a few minutes..........and ended up staying over 2 hours! The docent was so friendly and informative. The portraits of the Medal of Honor recipients were a story unto themselves. Well worth a visit and even a re-visit.