Byers-Evans House Museum

Museums & Galleries

Guided tours take visitors through one of the city's oldest and most elegant homes, within walking distance of downtown. Rocky Mountain News founder William Byers built the red-brick Victorian home in 1883, and six years later, the son of John Evans, the state's second territorial governor, purchased it. Byers-Evans House Museum hosts a lot of exhibitions on a regular basis. The museum store has gifts and books for people of all ages. The store maintains a good selection of Van Briggle art pottery, made in Colorado Springs.

Location:  1310 Bannock Street

Business hours:  Mo-Sa 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.