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Cave Creek Museum Near an old military road at the base of Black Mountain, sits the Cave Creek Museum. From horse soldiers to resort developments-- the foothills have been a spectacle of historic dimensions. Much of the spectacular history is yours to see and enjoy at the Cave Creek Museum with displays of Indian artifacts and pottery, miner, cowboy, rancher, and pioneer memorabilia from the Old West, and items from the gold rush days.

The Museum Shop offers visitors gifts, Indian arts, and an extensive selection of books on the Southwest.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open October through May 1pm to 4:30pm. Closed Monday, Tuesday, and holidays
Address: Corner of Basin and Skyline
Phone: 480-488-2764
Fax: 480-595-0838
Our Email: cavecreekmuseum@juno.com
Our Website:www.cavecreekmuseum.org

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