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Very nice museum. We unfortunately went during the noontime heat and didn’t see all the outside attractions. What we did see was very nice and we would go again in the cooler part of the day. Highly recommend and will go again.
The lost Dutchman, Jacob Waltz, got a lot of things started around Apache Junction. This museum follows his exploits and what he didn't leave behind, namely, a map to the entrance of his gold mine. Dozens of people have tried to find it, and all...More
Nestled beneath the wondrous superstition mountain the 12 acres superstition mountain museum is home to a variety of desert plants and animals.Among the many exhibits includes the Jacob waltz lost Dutchman exhibit. Next, Native American Exhibit
The prehistoric Indian exhibit with displays of Hohokam and...More
This is a different kind of museum that showcases the local Mesa/Apache Junction/Superstition Mountain areas past. It has an indoor section with many interesting artifacts, paid entry but it goes to support the museum. Then there is a larger outdoor area with stage coaches, wagons,...More
The museum itself is pretty small but loaded with historical pieces. The rate to enter is low, about 5.00. What makes this place special is all the buildings on the property. There is a gold stamp mill, a chapel and a number of buildings you...More
We decided to stop and check out Superstition Mountain. The place is run by volunteers, who truly care about this place. They were informative and willing to share about the history of the buildings and items on the site. It is worth taking the time...More
Highway 60 east from Phoenix to Hwy 88 - signs on the Freeway direct you to Canyon Lake and Lost Dutchmen State Park. Highway 88 is also Idaho Rd. Take that North, through Apache Junction and you will come to the Museum... More
Highway 60 east from Phoenix to Hwy 88 - signs on the Freeway direct you to Canyon Lake and Lost Dutchmen State Park. Highway 88 is also Idaho Rd. Take that North, through Apache Junction and you will come to the Museum. If you get to Lost Dutchman State Park, you have gone too far.