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Brothel tour shows Pueblo's risque history

Posted at 9:20 PM, Jun 26, 2020

PUEBLO — Pueblo Heritage Museum is hosting a "Ladies of the Night" walking tour, highlighting the city's prostitution trade from 1870 through World War I.

"The history of prostitution is interesting and fun and I think the big importance of this walking tour is going down Union Avenue appreciating the buildings," said Spencer Little from the Pueblo Heritage Museum. "It is a nationally registered historic district."

The tour is recommended for people 18 years old and up.

To reserve a spot visit the museum's website and click on Walking Tours.