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Never forget

This important monument needs to seen by all who work for a living. The mindsets of the... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
Kevin S
Really Somber

For some reason, we had a hard time finding this. Be sure to consult a map. A very beautiful... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2017
Karyn B
La Crescenta, California
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I-25, Walsenburg, CO
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

This important monument needs to seen by all who work for a living. The mindsets of the psychopathic persons responsible for this violence, are STILL with us. This mentalily, of those who killed innocents, seemingly morphed into real estate brokers and land developers, along with...More

Thank Kevin S
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

For some reason, we had a hard time finding this. Be sure to consult a map. A very beautiful memorial. Worth the stop.

Thank Karyn B
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

It can be tempting to bypass small, out-of-the-way historical sites, but this one is definitely worth taking the time to track down. We took our time and were very impressed with the site. I wish I had brought my kids there when they we're younger.

Thank Sue_Moore_NM
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

Everyone interested in Colorado history or in the labor movement or in the current plight of Working Families should stop and experience this Memorial. At least twenty-three men, women, and children were massacred here. It is just a hundred yards or so off the interstate...More

Thank Jeff H
Reviewed 18 September 2016

Doesn't stand out like it should, if you cross the railroad tracks, you have gone too far. Great memorial to a tragic time in Colorado history. The UMWA did a good job preserving this site.

Thank Alan N
Reviewed 8 September 2016

I gave this a 3 rating as I felt it would be hard to find for those who don't live in the area. Needs more signs showing where it is as on I-25 a single sign says Ludlow Massacre and that is about it traveling...More

Thank bigredduchess
Reviewed 13 August 2016 via mobile

Make sure not to use GPS mapping it will take you 20 miles away. It's just about 1-2 mile west of I25 sits on the right side. I enjoyed learning about the fights and struggles of tent life and the massacre that occurred. Old photos...More

1  Thank Okiemom2007
Reviewed 21 July 2016

After reading here we had to visit the site. Very interesting and sad to read what happened here. Very nice area and preserved. Drove to the little town or what is left. Too bad no one is preserving this history. Well worth the afternoon drive.

Thank travelnana90
Reviewed 1 April 2016

I visit Ludlow often. I grew up in the area and I know the history too well. The lives that were lost at Ludlow deserve to be remembered and honored. The lone monument that stands at Ludlow over the door to a tiny cellar tells...More

1  Thank Catherine G
Reviewed 3 March 2016

This site was involved in the coal war fought early in the 20th century between the miners and big business( JD Rockefeller). It is the site where the Colorado Militia killed close to 30 people many of whom were women and children.It is well maintained

1  Thank andrewbraun
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