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Mesa Historical Museum


Preserving Mesa's Past – Discovering Mesa's Future

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm

Admission Prices:
$7 Adults
$5 Seniors
$5 Military
$4 Youth (6-17)
Children 5 and under - Free
Members - Free
Tribal Members - Free


PLAY BALL: THE ARIZONA SPRING TRAINING EXPERIENCE: This exhibit features the history of Spring Training, the birth of the Cactus League and Cactus League Hall of Fame, along with photos and collections from the last one hundred years of baseball in Mesa.

FOUNDING FAMILY: Featuring historic artifacts, images, and stories from members of the first founding families who settled Lehi and Mesa.

MESA/LEHI SCHOOLS: Photos and memorabilia that highlights some of the earliest students to attend the old Lehi School during the early 1900's located in our Adobe Schoolhouse replica.

MESA HISTORY: We have updated our Mesa History exhibit to include sewing, cattle ranching, black-smithing, and more!

THE ART OF KAREN KUYKENDALL: Visionary artist and sculptor, artwork will be changed out yearly.

O'ODHAM - PIIPAASH: The Mesa Historical Museum is proud to announce the opening of the new Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community exhibit that celebrates the Onk Akimel O'odham and Piipaash cultures. 

EARLY ENTERTAINMENT IN MESA: Through a collection of theater, movie and television photos and objects, this exhibit explores how various forms of entertainment have captivated and transformed Mesa audiences for over a century. - Temporary special exhibit open until Summer 2023.

We are excited to announce that our Online Collections, in partnership with Past Perfect Museum Software, is up and ready for you to view.

Through this website you can search via keyword, Collection, names, dates, places, and more! Feeling adventurous? Click on 'Random Images' and explore what pops up!

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