Mesa Historical Museum


We have reopened to the public on in the Old Lehi School!

Our new exhibit is “Gizmos, Gadgets, and Greatness: Technologies that Built Mesa 1877-1957”.
This exhibit features 80 years of technological advancements which built Mesa from a small pioneer farming town into the modern city it is today.

Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 10am-4pm & Sundays 12pm-4pm
Season: Feb.-May & Sept.-Dec.

Admission Prices: Adults: $5; Seniors (65+): $4; Youth (3-21): $3; Children under 3: Free; Groups (10+): $3 a person

Upcoming Exhibit: September 14, 2019 - Jan 4, 2020 Stitching Mesa Together Quilts, Crafts, Community - Featuring the 1918 Mesa Red Cross Quilt, this exhibit showcases how participating in crafts has helped to build community. From quilting and knitting, to weaving and basketry, crafts have been an integral part of group activity. This exhibit, taken from the museum’s permanent collections, shows examples of these and other crafts dating from the very first years of settlement in Mesa.