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World's Smallest Museum

11 West Highway 60, Superior, AZ
+1 520-689-5800
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Filled with so much interesting history for such a small place!

This tiny museum is well worth the trip! It took me about a couple hours or more to finish seeing... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Marsha C
It's cool that it has a sign

I liked the "potential"water feature outside, 4 stacked wheelbarrows. It's klitchy but worth a stop... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2017
Ash Fork, Arizona
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11 West Highway 60, Superior, AZ
11 West Highway 60, Superior, AZ
+1 520-689-5800

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This tiny museum is well worth the trip! It took me about a couple hours or more to finish seeing everything, and then there is a restaurant right next door.

Thank Marsha C
Reviewed 10 May 2017

I liked the "potential"water feature outside, 4 stacked wheelbarrows. It's klitchy but worth a stop if you're eating at the Buckboard as its in the same parking lot.

Thank dads2vette
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This is a tiny place full of display cases with everything ranging from old campaign buttons to rocks. If you need to stretch your legs, entertain some visitors with a unique stop, or just satisfy your curiosity, this is the place. The suggested donation is...More

Thank lotsagoldens
Reviewed 7 December 2016

A funky little museum with a strange variety of stuff.... I could not find my pics. to attach, but had old typewriters, button, etc..... It is right outside of the BuckBoard City Cafe.... :) MIght as well check it out while there....

Thank Kathleen T
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Really small but packed with old artifacts and history. No charge to enter and look around. Nice displays. Doesn't take very long to see everything.

Thank Jack K
Reviewed 21 September 2016

This is a tiny little museum in the little town of Superior. AZ It holds a few interesting items to look at. Worth a quick stop.

Thank CK S
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Very small museum, that's loaded with a lot of pictures / items. Something for everyone. History from our mines to movie stars. A must see if your in the area.

Thank CPBubbles64
Reviewed 4 May 2016

Well, it certainly is NOT world class but it is cute and surprisingly interesting as well. Is it REALY the World's smallest??? We take liberty with words, don't we? It' free and next door, on the same property, as the Buckboard Cafe. Plenty of parking...More

Thank hansulricha
Reviewed 4 April 2016

This smallest Museum has a great little cafe next door. I am kicking myself I did not take pictures. If you are going to the Boyce Thomson Arboretum from PHX, travel about one mile past to visit, you will be delighted you did.

Thank MaggieH5
Reviewed 23 March 2016

It is a fun place to look at. They have a lot of old items in display cabinets to look at. You just walk in one side and out the other.

Thank Arizonakett
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