Explore the rich heritage of a rural Southern Arizona town.
The Casa Grande Valley Historical Society was founded in 1964 to preserve and exhibit the history of the Casa Grande region. We invite you to explore The Museum of Casa Grande to experience the early days of Arizona. Scroll down to learn more about our programs, collections, neighboring museums, and local culture.
- Collections - The heart and soul of any museum are its vast collections of historical artifacts, documents, photos and the valuable interpretive information associated with the Collections. The Museum of Casa Grande is no exception, taking great pride and joy in its Collections. To see more, go to "Collections" on the main menu.
- Exhibits - The Museum curators create special exhibits, both on-site and online, to show visitors interesting and unique selections of artifacts, writings, documents and photos from our Collections. To see more, go to "Exhibits" on the main menu.
- Programs - The activity directors at the Museum create many events and programs to allow visitors to interact with the history provided by the Museum. To see a Calendar of events, and more information about the special programs involved, select "Programs" from the main menu.
Open 12pm - 4pm | First Fridays Only | May - August
Open 12pm - 4pm | Thursday - Sunday | Sept - April
Visit the Calendar to learn more about upcoming programs!
History Speaks! is a monthly speaker series featuring authors, historians, archaeologists and storytellers sharing the history of the Southwest. Click on the History Speaks! image above to see the full list of speakers.
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