The Scottsdale Historical Museum is housed in the Little Red Schoolhouse built in 1909 adjacent to the original school, a 16x18 foot wooden building built in 1896. It was named Scottsdale Grammar School and now houses the Scottsdale Historical Museum. It contained two large classrooms, an entrance hall, and two small rooms for storage of supplies and books and was erected over a full sized basement.
The museum chronicles the city's history with displays of old photographs, artifacts, a classroom as it would have been in 1910, and other displays depicting life in Scottsdale and the southwest. Group tours and speakers are available.
Admission: Free Admission
Hours: September through June, Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm; Sunday Noon to 4pm.
Address: 7333 Scottsdale Mall
Our Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The museum is near the intersections of Scottsdale Road and Indian School Road, near Old Town Scottsdale.
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