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Penrose Heritage Museum (Pikes Peak Hill Climb Museum)

The Pikes Peak Hill Climb Museum is a wing addition to The Penrose Heritage Museum, featuring artifacts and memorabilia from the history of The Broadmoor’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The museum is comprised of vehicles, whose historical significance includes the first motorized vehicle to climb the mountain and digitized video dating back to the first running in 1916 that tells the story of the race and the Pikes Peak Highway. The design of the new wing was developed with the idea of the winding road and increasing elevation that the Hill Climb race is known for.


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4,000 sq. ft
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