Clemenceau Heritage Museum

Museum Exhibits
 

The Museum offers permanent displays of a schoolroom, early 20th century home interiors, and artifacts and photographs that reflect the heyday of mining, ranching and farming  that drove the economy of the Verde Valley since the arrival of white settlers in the second half of the 19th century.   You can also visit Between Fences - a special exhibit from the Smithsonian Institute. Admission to museum is FREE, though donations are gratefully accepted.

 

Kitchen
Bedroom
Kitchen
Bedroom
Classroom

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Classroom
Telephone Operator

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Exhibits are updated periodically under the capable supervision of dedicated volunteer Exhibit Director, Roger Every. Display cases hold constantly changing exhibits featuring special collections from the museum archives and of members and friends of the museum; they may range from Fiesta ware to perfume bottles, unusual tea pots, cowboy/girl prize belt buckles, clocks, salt & pepper shakers – an amazing and fascinating assortment of objects. You’re bound to find a display of personal interest.

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exhibits

Museum hours are 9-noon on Wednesdays and 11 – 3 Fridays through Sundays. Groups are welcome with prior notice and special tours can be arranged by calling 928-634-2868.

 


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