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Pinal County Historical Museum

715 S. Main St, Florence, AZ
+1 520-868-4382
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Very Interesting Museum Out Of The Old West

So glad we stopped here after lunch at Mount Athos! This was really a trip back in time to the... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
Lawrence, Kansas
small but interesting

It was a small museum, yet, it managed to tell the story of it's history and inhabitants well. I... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
Deborah M
Casa Grande, Arizona
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715 S. Main St, Florence, AZ
+1 520-868-4382
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

So glad we stopped here after lunch at Mount Athos! This was really a trip back in time to the old, old west! Wish we could have spent more time. So very interesting!

1  Thank TheBoysGrandma
Reviewed 14 March 2017

It was a small museum, yet, it managed to tell the story of it's history and inhabitants well. I found a disturbing display of hanging nooses, yet it was part of the town's history. Great old pictures and items.

1  Thank Deborah M
Reviewed 19 February 2017

learn the history of the town, it was a small town with two museums in town. Not much in town other than the musems

Thank Jo M
Reviewed 25 January 2017 via mobile

Really enjoyed the variety of things we saw. Reminded me of some of the things that I grew up with. We're very pleased with the help we received regarding a specific interest we had. We were given a folder of very interesting information .

Thank Diane-Arlan B
Reviewed 7 December 2016

This is a typical small town museum with many unique items. Some of the items are furniture made from cactus, collection of saddles, and cowboy hats. Because this town is a prison town there is are some grim exhibits . There is a collection of...More

Thank petee462
Reviewed 23 November 2016

Some good unique exhibits about the history of Florence, The building is relatively new, well lighted and clean. The docent adds great background to many of the exhibits. The museum is a valuable compliment to the McFarland State Park museum at the other end of...More

Thank AZ1912
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Museum was full of the history of Florence and surrounding areas. PIctures, examples of farm industry.

Thank Tammie W
Reviewed 6 October 2016 via mobile

Like many small museums there was a sign in book, next to that a self-guide with little factoids about the artifacts. The whole museum is comprised of 3 rooms, 1 holds older artifacts from Native American inhabitants, old typewriters, cactus furniture, etc. our favorite things...More

1  Thank Candace L
Reviewed 23 June 2016

I was directed here by the docent at the McFarland State Historical Site. For a history nut it takes over an hour. I may have been here for two. Nice collection of 19th century firearms, farm implements, etc.

2  Thank Ed W
Reviewed 14 March 2016

This place was amazing the curator was vary knowledgeable and could tell you anything you wanted to know about the history from Cowboy's and Indians to bank robber's and serial killer to executions all in all vary educational.

Thank Ray G
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