Welcome to our 2020 season. Our hours are Wednesday through Saturday 10 to 3.
See you soon at 561 East Deuce of Clubs Show Low AZ or give us a call 928-532-7115.
A map of our location, you will leave the Museum Web Page click here
Show Low Historical Society Museum Mission Statement
Our mission is to collect, preserve and exhibit historical Native and American objects, photographs, books, archival material and works of art pertinent to the White Mountain region of Arizona from 1540 to present day. The purpose of these collections is to provide educational value for our visitors.
Original Founders of Show Low Historical Society Inc.
Dr. Albert Armstrong, JoAnn Finney Hatch, Louis Rawlings, Jackie Woolford Solomon, Joe Woolford
Show Low Historical Society Museum is a 501 (c) 3 Non Profit Organization
We do not charge an entry fee, although we appreciate your donations. Your donations have helped create a fabulous Museum for you to enjoy ! The Museum is comprised of two connected buildings. The west side building was originally a sporting goods store built in the early 1960’s by Bill and Mary Sexton. In the early 1970’s the sporting goods store was bought and remodeled by the City of Show Low to house the city offices, police department and jail. The Show Low Historical Society, founded in 1991, acquired the building in 1993. The work then began to create our museum.
The east side building was the Navajo County Justice Courts and Navajo Planning and Zoning. The Show Low Historical Society Museum acquired the east side building in 2007, with this expansion the museum now has 6,000 sq. ft. of exhibits, 17 separate themed rooms of historic items. Although we look small from the outside, we have thousands of items and photographs on display.
Our gift shop is located in the foyer of the museum. We sell jewelry, books, art work, area maps and post cards. We offer free printed information about surrounding White Mountain communities and their points of interest. We are not equipped to accept debit or credit cards. We do not charge sales tax on our gift shop items.
To begin the virtual tour click here
OCTOBER IS FIRE PREVENTION MONTH In the American West wildfires are a threat to millions of acres of forest lands and hundreds of thousands of homes, businesses and other structures. During 2002, the area between Heber-Overgaard and Show Low experienced a 468,000+ acre wildfire….
Show Low Museum mural painted by local artist Steve Taylor. Steve captures a bygone era portraing the industries of the White Mountains; cattle, lumber & railroads. Additional art work of Steve’s can be seen on the Deuce of Clubs at, Cattlemens Steakhouse & Loung…