Gunnison Pioneer Museum, jct. S. Adams St. and Tomichi Ave., occupies 30 buildings, including two restored schoolhouses and an 1876 post office. A car barn holds more than 80 antique vehicles; another building houses antique ranch wagons and buggies, a milk wagon, a horse-drawn hearse, a taxi and an antique oxcart. Another building is devoted to military history. Displays of cowboy paraphernalia; antique print shop, carpenter shop and blacksmith shop artifacts; and a collection of taxidermy also are on display.
A narrow-gauge railroad engine and 1881 rail cars are on the grounds. Dolls, china, minerals, arrowheads, photographic equipment and historic clothing are among other items displayed.