The Superstition Mountain Museum is an interactive history park nestled in the foothills of its majestic namesake. Visitors experience indoor and outdoor exhibits of regional history, memorabilia from local Western movie and television productions, as well as extensive mining and model railroading displays. From October-April, the museum hosts programming that includes a Native American Arts Festival; weekly lectures on local history, legends and culture; Mexican Artistry; and a tribute to Apacheland Movie Ranch.
20-Stamp Ore Mill
Large G scale model train exhibit
Movie set Chapel, Gallows and Barn salvaged from the Apacheland Movie Ranch fire
Lost Dutchman Mine exhibit among several exhibits of Indigenous culture, local geology, early regional settlers, Roosevelt Dam construction, and tourist industry.