Superstition Mountain Museum

Announcing our 2017/18 season!

Our events schedule for the 2017/18 season has been finalized, and we are excited about all the events coming up.

Online Application Forms:

  • To enroll in any class, obtain any class application when visiting our Museum Store, or you can download class applications for the class of your choice – from any of the individual class event pages.
  • Artists & Crafters interested in being a part of Heritage Days, and other Arts & Crafts events can obtain application form(s) in-person from our Museum Store, or download forms them using the link provided. Artists & Crafters Vendor Application forms.

New!This Week @ the Museum!


  • Free Admission September 23rd!

    Free Admission September 23rd!

    Free Museum Day Live! is Saturday, Sept. 23, at Superstition Mountain Museum In the spirit of Smithsonian Museums who offer free admission every day, Superstition Mountain Museum will be participating …Read more »
  • Summer Volunteers Needed at Museum!

    Summer Volunteers Needed at Museum!

    The large number of part-time winter volunteers heading for cooler climates once again is leaving the folks at the Superstition Mountain Museum short of volunteers during the summer months. Volunteers …Read more »

The Museum Grounds Tourguide (.pdf, 417kb) is now both available online, or you can ask for the printed version when visiting the Museum Store.
Tourguide to the Superstition Mountain - Lost Dutchman Museum Grounds


About the Superstition Area

Perhaps nowhere in the entire United States is there an area full of legend, history and intrigue as the rugged 160,000 acre Superstition Mountain range in the Tonto National Forest in Central Arizona. Archeological evidence indicates people were here some 9000 years ago. Later inhabitants included the Salado, Hohokam and Apache Indians, followed by Spanish explorers and Mexican Gold Miners. Early American trappers and adventurers migrated to the area and were soon followed by cattlemen and farmers. Eventually, the U.S. Cavalry was sent in to establish forts to protect this rapidly growing population. As modern times approached, men and women began searching for what they believed was the richest gold mine in the world.


Official Logo - Act One Culture Pass
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