The Museum of Casa Grande
110 West Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 - United States
Discover Casa Grande’s colorful heritage at one of Arizona’s finest small museums. Journey to the past and explore the lifestyles and heritage of early settlers, pre-historic artifacts, Native American cultures, the expansion of the railroad and mining industries, the diversity of local cultures and more. Indoor and outdoor exhibits.
The Museum also maintains three historic properties including Heritage Hall (the Old Stone Church) and the Rebecca Dallis School House both located on site at the Museum, as well as Weaver Pioneer Cemetery located on Peart Road.
Visit today and discover Casa Grande!
Museum Day is opening day at the Museum of Casa Grande!
Summer has been eventful and we are proud to welcome Museum Day visitors to be the first to see our brand new exhibits. In addition to the new exhibits, there have been numerous upgrades and changes to many of the existing museum galleries. It's sure to be a Grande time!
~Join us at noon for Wildman Phil~
Arizona native, Philip "Wildman Phil" Rakoci has a passion and exuberance for all things prickly, pointy, venomous, and desiccated. His forays into the wild are frequent and legendary because he enjoys getting up close and personal with some of the world's most misunderstood creatures. Come along with Wildman Phil and enjoy an educational and entertaining experience as you explore some of the most exciting reptiles of this wild, wild world!
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