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@ McCullough-Price House
Explore changing exhibits on culture, history, and art at the historic 1938 pueblo revival style McCullough-Price House.  Open Tuesdays-Saturdays 10 am – 4 pm.  Free admission.


Go Red for Women – February 1 through February 29, 2016

Chandler Museum - Go Red for Women Exhibit DressIn the spirit of Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s proclamation that February would be Go Red for Women Month, all City of Chandler Cultural Affairs locations are partnering with the American Heart Association and its Go Red for Women campaign during the month of February to bring awareness to heart disease.

“More than 10,000 Arizona women die of heart disease every year. This affects children, families and the entire health of ourChandler Museum - Go Red for Women Exhibit community,” said Cultural Affairs Director Brenda Brown. 

The Chandler Museum has on display an assortment of red items from its collection, taking a stand for women’s heart health.  The exhibit includes items from the San Marcos Hotel, Arizona’s Sheep Trail, and a bow tie from the 1962 Chandler Jubilee. The red dress from the 1910s on display represents the American Heart Association’s national symbol for bringing awareness to heart disease and its effects on women.
To reduce the risk of heart disease, research family history and make healthy lifestyle changes. For more information, visit

Highlight at the Chandler Museum
A 7-foot portrait of city namesake Dr. A.J. Chandler is the center of the "Faces of the San Marcos," an exhibit that displays photographs of the San Marcos Hotel throughout its 100 year history.

@Tumbleweed Ranch
For field trips: Learn how people lived in Chandler 100 years ago.  Explore the 1917 McCroskey House, farm equipment, and grocery store.  Group field trips available through reservations. Find out more here
For the public: Grounds are open daily, 6am-6pm.  Free admission. 
Chandlerpedia is everything you want to know about Chandler history in one online place! Featuring online exhibits; digital copies of photographs, newspapers, and other historic documents; and resources for research, Chandlerpedia is the place to view the museum's holdings.

Outdoor Exhibits: History in Your Own Backyard Kiosks*

If you’re playing at one of parks listed below, check out the history kiosks.  These permanent displays tell stories from Chandler’s past. Click here to view the History in Your Own Backyard page.
*Winner of 2009 American Association for State and Local History Award of Merit
*Winner of 2006 Arizona Parks and Recreation Association’s Outstanding Education Program Award