Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum is a hidden gem – nestled north of the Pinal Mountains and south of the Superstition Mountain Range and Sierra Anchas Wilderness. Currently, it is on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as a cultural center and museum showcasing the area’s rich history in mining, ranching, Native American culture, and other areas of interest. BPCCM also exhibits a collection of memorabilia and artifacts from Arizona’s first woman governor, Rose Mofford. Built by architects and engineers Trost & Trost of El Paso Texas, Bullion Plaza first served as a school  from 1923 to 1994.

May 23rd, 2022

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Step back in time and explore Florence’s rich history at the Pinal County Historical Museum. Our displays of cactus furniture, Florence’s Historic District, Shootout at the Tunnel Saloon, Second Territorial Prison, Junior Parada Rodeo, farm equipment, and more bring Florence’s stories to life. Additionally, the museum houses a large and diverse research collection from which exhibits and programs are created, as well as opportunities for academic and community-based research. Find one-of-a-kind art, jewelry and notecards, books, gifts for kids, and more at our gift shop.

May 20th, 2022

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