Superstition Mountain Museum reopens to the public June 4

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 6/1/20

The Superstition Mountain Museum grounds will reopen to the public on Thursday, June 4.

A limited four-day schedule is planned for staff and volunteers to “put their toe in the water” …

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Superstition Mountain Museum reopens to the public June 4

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The Superstition Mountain Museum grounds will reopen to the public on Thursday, June 4.

A limited four-day schedule is planned for staff and volunteers to “put their toe in the water” and see how the public responds, according to a release.

Hours of operation will be 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Come see the restored chapel and visit the galleries at the museum, 4087 N. Apache Trail (State Route 88), just north of Apache Junction, before they close for renovations in late June or early July.

“The museum store will be open and you are welcome to walk the grounds in the beautiful Superstition Mountain setting,” the release states.

In the barn, the model train and video illustrating the region’s history will be operating between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The stamp mill demonstrations are on hold, but the towering structure and educational text is there to be explored.

“It’s time to get out and see a little of the region’s spectacular sites,” the release states.

For directions, membership or more information, go to SuperstitionMountainMuseum.org.

Questions may be directed to the museum by email at communications@superstitionmountainmuseum.org or by calling the museum office at 480-983-4888.

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