The Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens hosts a number of history tours at the museum and throughout Yuma’s historic downtown district. Join us for one or all. Take a look at this year’s line up of tour offerings.
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Opens October 13, 2018
The Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens proudly announces the opening of its best-yet exhibit, CLUES: History Mysteries of Yuma. Room by room, mysteries surrounding life in early Yuma will be revealed. Stories laced with intrigue will unfold throughout this playful, interactive exhibit. CLUES is a fascinating tribute to the spirit, ingenuity, and iron resilience of Yuma's founding citizens.
Uncover the clues. Find out for yourself...How, Why and Who done it!
Sanguinetti House Museum tours are offered throughout the day. The tour of your choice is included with admission.
Group and School Tours:
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Searching for an enchanted setting to host your wedding ceremony and reception, dinner party, shower, or family gathering? Follow the magic to the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens in historic downtown Yuma. Come, find out why the Sanguinetti House Museum is the jewel of historic Yuma.
Visit our Garden Rentals Guide for more information and photographs.
Please contact Yanna Kruse at [email protected] or 928-782-1841 to discuss your special event.
Jack Mellon Mercantile
248 S. Madison Avenue
Yuma, Arizona 85364
Enter the Sanguinetti House Museum though the ever-so-charming Jack Mellon Mercantile!
Wander through three rooms filled to the brim with antiques, one-of-a-kind treasures, a wide array of jewelry and items reminiscent of a bygone era, and one of the finest collections of books on Yuma history.
Named after riverboat captain Jack Mellon, who built the then adobe house in 1873, the Jack Mellon Mercantile, like the Sanguinetti House Museum, is a historical landmark in downtown Yuma.
Proceeds from the Jack Mellon Mercantile help fund Yuma County Historical Society efforts to improve the Sanguinetti House Museum and surrounding gardens.