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The Tempe History Museum explores Tempe's history by telling the stories of people who have lived here from our Native American ancestors to present day. The exhibits, and programs are designed to captivate and connect with local residents as well...more
This museum is very manageable in size but has a lot of information about the city's history as well as the development of ASU. We spent about an hour and a half here and did not see everything. There is a good mix of some...More
We were really impressed with all the displays! This museum is a great way to fill in a couple of free hours and it will broaden your understanding of Tempe immediately! It's a free, kid-friendly, modern and informative museum, what more could you want?
I took my grandchildren so they could learn about the early years in Tempe's history, which is where their great-grandmother grew up. They were enthralled with the stuff they saw and what ever else information I could provide.
Visited for the Legend City exhibit. The whole museum was excellent. Museum is free with free parking. Spent a few hours there and could have spent more. There was a nice, interactive area for small children. Wish I had known that existed when my daughter...More
The SW corner of Rural Road and Southern Avenue in Tempe has become a real cultural center in the East Valley. Not only is it the location of Tempe Public Library, Vihel Center for the Arts, and Pyle Adult Center, but it is also the...More