Right here in Apache Junction, our local museum, the Superstition Mountain Museum, is offering free admission to the museum for anyone who mentions “International Museum Day” when they come to the counter in front of the museum door.
The museum will be open that day, as usual, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. If you have never taken the time to visit the museum, this is a golden opportunity to do so.
The Superstition Mountain Museum is run by the Superstition Mountain Historical Society, a non-profit corporation dedicated to collecting and preserving the history and legends of the Superstition Mountains.
If you are looking for something fun, interesting and educational to do with the kids as the long, hot summer stretches ahead, visit the museum and explore the large outdoor displays covering the 12-acre site. For an afternoon of fun, it can’t be beat!
If you have some free time personally, inquire about becoming a museum volunteer.
The Superstition Mountain Museum is currently looking for volunteers to assist in a variety of capacities year around, but particularly during the summer months when many winter volunteers head for cooler climes.
The Superstition Mountain Museum is a great place to learn more about the Superstition Mountains and the Sonoran Desert, find great merchandise in the gift shop, and meet a lot of nice people.
The museum is located just north east of Apache Junction at 4087 North Apache Trail (Highway 88) at the intersection of Mountain View Rd.
For more information about International Museum Day or volunteer opportunities, call (480)983-4888.