Come for a peaceful visit and leave inspired.
We invite you to visit the Center for American Values, located on the Historic Pueblo Riverwalk in Pueblo Colorado.
The Center’s Main Gallery is open daily from 10:00am to 4:00pm and admission is free.
The Center is a non-profit non-political organization formed in 2010 for charitable and educational purposes. The Center’s visionary and Co-founder is Pueblo native, and Medal of Honor recipient Drew Dix.
Along with its education focus, the Center is hosts unique gallery exhibits.
The “Portraits of Valor” gallery, an extraordinary collection of more than 150 portraits of our countries Medal of Honor Recipients. The exhibit is a powerful example of the self-sacrifice one segment of our society has made to protect the freedoms we all enjoy. Some guests choose to sit and reflect at the power of the exhibit while others enjoy reading the inspiring quotes that accompany each portrait.
The Center displays a World Trade Center Steel Memorial located at the Center’s entrance. In 2012 members of the New York City Fire Department visited the Center to dedicate the WTC Steel Memorial. Visitors are reminded of how vital the Center’s core values of honor, integrity and patriotism are to the freedoms we enjoy and to the future of our great country.
Pueblo is the “Home of Heroes” and proud host of the 2017 Medal of Honor Convention. The Center is proud to be a part of this great community and honored to have such an involved role in the Convention.