Florence - Pinal County Historical Society Museum

715 S. Main Street

The Pinal County Historical Society Museum is a great first stop to help you explore historic Florence. Experience the authentic wild west excitement when you see the bullet holes from the famous 1888 shootout. Barbed wire, bullets, cactus furniture and the notorious prison display of hangman's nooses join the cowboy and antique furnishing to give a complete picture of old Florence. Don't miss the Gene Autry, Tom Mix, and Prisoner of War Camp displays from a more recent era. Much of Arizona history is represented in Florence. Learn more at the Pinal County Historical Museum located at 715 S. Main Street, Florence. Open Tuesday thru Saturday 11-4, Sunday 12-4 from September 1 to July 15.For more information call 520-868-4382


Cat Blake

Friday, Jan. 26, 2018
It was a fantastic museum for such a small one. We arrived a less than a half hour before closing yesterday and the greeter went and asked the woman who did the tours if she had time for one more tour. She said yes so the other lady took our money. The tour lasted from 3:38 til 3:45. We had to run thru the exibits and after saying a few words she would say hurry up, let's keep up, stay with me! If she really didn't want to do another tour we could have come back another day but we thought she was rather rude rushing us thru. The greeter was very nice to us and think she felt bad about our experience and tried to make it up to us.

Tracie Walden

Monday, April 9, 2018
It was a nice little museum with a ton of interesting memorabilia!

Paul Jongedyk

Friday, Sep. 29, 2017
Very surprised by the quality of this museum. They have very nice displays ranging from ancient Indian culture to Tom Mix. Easily worth several hours of browsing.

Kristina Lubner

Tuesday, April 3, 2018
The ladies there are very knowledgeable

Patricia Harris

Thursday, Sep. 28, 2017
So much to see. Will need to go back again.

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