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The museum showcases the native, pioneer, and mining histories of the area. The building dates from 1914 and was once the rescue building for the Old Dominion Copper Mine across...
Quarter Horse Racing in season.
Entirely from local excavations of Hohokam and Salado prehistoric sites, almost exclusively from the 1930s and 1980s excavations at Besh-Ba-Gowah.
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park is the place to discover the intricate beauty and many faces of Arizona's oldest and largest botanical garden. Featured are plants from the...
A collection of Apache culture and Fort Apache artifacts featuring handcrafts such as basketry, beadwork and more.
Over 3,000 plants, hundreds of animals, various gardens, bird areas, butterflies and much more in this desert museum.
These well-preserved cliff dwellings were occupied during the 13th and 14th centuries by Salado Indians who farmed in the Salt River Valley.
Clothing, tools, weapons and pottery of the Salado, the prehistoric Indians of the region.
Pioneer and Indian artifacts, photographs, personal and community histories.
Western memorabilia, pioneer and Indian artifacts, archaeology are featured at the museum.