Cave Creek Museum

At the base of Black Mountain, is a handsome Southwest style building - the Cave Creek Museum. Its roots are embedded in the pioneer traditions of neighbor helping neighbor. Begun as a historical society in 1968 by a small group of volunteers, the Museum took form when land was donated by Frank and Hazel Wright, and the old Episcopal Church was relocated to that site. In April 1970 the museum opened its doors for visitors. The Museum, a largely volunteer organization, houses Indian artifacts from the Hohokam, Apache and Yavapai along with exhibits about pioneer history, ranching and mining.

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  • Location
  • 6140 E Skyline Drive
  • Cave Creek, Arizona 85327
  • HoursMuseum is open to visitors October thru May.
    Monday-Tuesday: Closed
    Friday: 10am-4:30pm
    Wednesday-Thursday & Saturday-Sunday: 1pm-4:30pm

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