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The history of the park's building provides visitors with a look into the past. The building represents a transition between Sonoran and Anglo-American architecture with its wood-shingled pitched roof surmounting traditional adobe brick walls. Like...more
Florence is an old city, founded in the mid 1800s. This museum has lots of old and interesting facts and items. The city is also home to some of the state and federal prisons. The gift shop here sells some of the products that the...More
One of the original buildings, renovated over the years, with depictions and artifacts from the early sheriffs, jailers, and early history of the area. The life of Senator McFarland is also cataloged. I enjoy history, but learned a great deal about the man who wrote...More
Good local history from when the area was the wild west. Named after Senator McFarland who was the US Senate Majority Leader among other state offices. The museum lady was very knowledgeable about the museum and helpful with other area attractions.
I live in Florence a couple of months every winter now. This becaus,e the first day I arrived alone on a short two week stay five years ago, I was so impressed the knowledge and assistance I received from the staff. McFarland Park is only...More
We were received by a lovely woman who was so sweet and helpful. We were able to roam and view the artifacts taking in all the information on the local history. We found it very interesting to learn about the Japanese interment camp that was...More
Everything I say about Florence is positive. What nice people. I had no intention to visit here but wandered through on my way to an old Indian ruin. Stopped at the McFarland State Historic Site and got a look at the history of the area....More