Superstition Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum
4087 East Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ 85119 - United States
The museum is situated on a scenic 15-acre site just beneath the west end of Superstition Mountain. On the grounds is a restored 20-stamp ore mill, two historic buildings salvaged from Apacheland Movie Ranch, a labelled nature trail, Boot Hill and an extensive model railroad display.
The museum building itself boasts an exhibit gallery, a gift shop and a bookstore.
Jacob Waltz “Lost Dutchman Exhibit
Does the Dutchman’s Lost Mine exist? To answer the question we must examine the history and various documents about the region closely.
The Geological exhibit offers interesting rock samples from the area and state, along with an explanation of the geological history of the Superstition Mountains.
Native American Exhibit
Human occupation of the Superstition Mountains can be traced back 10,000 to 12,000 years.
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