Stamp Mill Demo

Stamp Mill running Saturday the 14th!

On Saturday, April 14, there will be two demos of the Stamp Mill, 11:00 and 1:00. If you haven’t watched the guys crush rock old-school, come on out!

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Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers needed at the Museum!

We are always looking for new volunteers to join our family here at the Superstition Mountain Museum. We have a very short professional staff here at the museum, so basically everything you see at the museum and on the grounds is maintained by our volunteers. Our needs include people to man the gift shops, work the phones, serve as greeters or hospitality hosts in the Chapel, the Barn, on the patio and on the grounds, and people to help with maintenance and grounds keeping. If you think you would like to volunteer in a friendly positive environment and would like to become part of the museum family, please call Jeff Danford at 480-983-4888 X-105 or send and an email Jeff at

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Thank You!

Thanks for a great season!

The staff and volunteers at Superstition Mountain Museum would like to thank all of you for supporting the museum this season.

To all our winter visitors, we hope you have a great summer and we look forward to seeing you back next year! We are beginning work now on our event calendar for next season. Keep checking the website for details.

To the year-residents of the Superstition Mountains area, we would like to say Thank You for your continued support for our museum. We are in the process of developing some activities for those of who will be around during the summer months. We will have our summer movie series in June and July featuring old classics many of us remember from our younger days, as well classes and maybe a musical performance or two. There will be several free admission days and some Stamp Mill demos as well during the summer.

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Arts and Crafts on the Patio

Last event of the season!

Arts and Crafts on the Patio, our last event of the season, will feature over 25 local artists and crafters selling their unique creations on the patio and on the grounds. The Superstition Mountain Regulators will be performing, with shootouts scheduled for 12, 1, 2, and 3. The Stamp Mill will run at 11, and Jon the Cowboy Blacksmith will be holding court at the Blacksmith shop. The Big Trains will be running from 10 to 2; this will be your last chance to then this season, as they will be taken down Sunday and moved into storage for the summer. Pat the Hot Dog Lady will be on hand selling her awesome hotdogs and tamales.

The event is free to the public and runs from 9 to 4.

Arts and Crafts on the Patio

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Used Book Sale Easter Weekend!

“Books for the Building”

The third of our special events this season to raise funds for our expansion will be this used book sale on the patio from 9 to 4 on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1. All proceeds from this sale will go to the financing of the proposed expansion of the Museum.

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Dan Ware speaks Thursday!

Promack Owner Dan Ware to Speak on Prospecting at Museum.

As part of our annual Lecture Series, the Thursday, Mar. 29 free lecture at the Superstition Mountain Museum will be presented by Dan Ware, owner of  Promack  Treasure Hunting, will  take the podium at 2 p.m.  Dan will share the basic facts about gold, and discuss prospecting and the different methods of mining gold.

Ware will also talk about the Superstition Mountain Treasure Hunters, a group of friendly treasure hunters headquartered out of his store that allows members access to the club’s mining claims and inclusion in fun and instructional activities.

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Arizona Gives Day!

Superstition Mountain Museum Participating in Arizona Gives Day, April 3, 2018

The Superstition Mountain Museum will be joining in Arizona Gives Day, along with hundreds of other nonprofits from all over the state on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, to raise much-needed funds. Through, Arizonans will be able to support their favorite nonprofit(s) for exactly 24 hours of virtual giving to strive for additional cash incentive prizes.

Sponsored by FirstBank, this 6th annual day of fundraising is a community-led effort to invest in our state. The Arizona Gives program is run by the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and Arizona Grantmakers Forum. The event was started in 2013 to connect people with causes they believe in and build a lasting, stronger spirit of philanthropy. Since its inception, Arizona Gives Day has raised more than $10.1 million for nonprofits statewide.

Arizona Gives Day is a grassroots, statewide single day of giving that invites Arizonans to find their favorite causes at on April 3, 2018, and donate day-of, or schedule their donations in advance. It is a statewide, 24-hour, online giving campaign that takes place the first Tuesday of April each year. “We are pleased to be involved with Arizona Gives Day,” said Museum Director Liz Nicklus. “It is a great way to draw attention to the needs of the many non-profit organizations who, like us, rely heavily on donations to keep operating.”

From 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on April 3, supporters of the Superstition Mountain Museum can go to and select the museum to make a direct contribution. Donations are crucial to helping fund our museum throughout the year as the museum and the historical society take no public monies.

Though Arizona Gives Day only happens once a year, this website is available for year-round giving with the purpose of building the spirit of philanthropy throughout Arizona’s communities.


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Free Gardening Class!

Class – Hello Spring!

On Saturday, March 24th, from 11:00 to 12:00, the Superstition Mountain Master Gardeners will be presenting a free workshop on the Patio of Superstition Mountain Museum on how to select, plant, and grow native desert, adapted, and annual flowers in your garden and planters.

This class is free and open to the public. No registration required.

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