Explore the rich heritage of this rural Southern Arizona town.
The Casa Grande Valley Historical Society was founded in 1964 to preserve and exhibit the history of the Casa Grande region. We invite you to explore the museum with family and friends, to experience the early days of Arizona mining, transportation, agriculture, and pioneers.
The exhibits within the museum reflect the history of the pioneers that settled in the region during the expansion of the railroad and the mining industry, the progress of the agricultural industry, public safety, southwest lifestyles, pre-historic artifacts, and more.
Special events and programs include Night at the Museum, Hot Wings for History, a Speaker Series, public programs, and seasonal exhibits. We also offer guided tours, fieldtrips for youth and students, and access to research materials by appointment.
May is Preservation Month! Museums and preservation organizations, such as the Historic Preservation Commission of Casa Grande, will celebrate historic places. Join us in supporting the preservation and recognition of precious historic buildings and sites like our very own Heritage Hall Stone Church, Dallis School House, and historic Weaver Cemetery.
Click on the See! Save! Celebrate! image to learn more about historic preservation.