The Chandler Museum includes the historic McCullough-Price House,
Tumbleweed Ranch, and our online resource ChandlerpediA.
The vision of the Museum is to be the community’s principal resource to explore its people’s history, culture, and their place in the rapidly changing world of today.
The Museum is an interdisciplinary learning environment where the community comes together to share its stories, preserve its cultural heritage and experience Chandler as a people and place.
Chandler Museum is a proud member of the City of Chandler Cultural Affairs Division, serving the community of Chandler with high quality cultural experiences and services, improving the quality of life of our patrons.
The vision of Cultural Affairs is to provide experiences in an expansive and innovative world through art, literacy, history, exploration, and learning that enhance the quality of life and economic vitality of Chandler.
Other members of Cultural Affairs include Chandler Center for the Arts, Chandler Public Library and Vision Gallery. For more on Cultural Affairs, visit here.
Chandler Museum Sites
An outdoor museum and learning environment that explores agriculture in the East Valley. Features a 1917 home, a historic grocery store, and farm equipment.
Everything you wanted to know about Chandler history in one online place! Take a wikiwalk through Chandler history, exploring online exhibits, the museum collections, and even conduct your own research from home!
Open to the public. Exhibits, Research, Archive Center, and the Museum's Administrative Offices are at this location.
The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
300 S. Chandler Village Drive
Chandler, AZ 85224 (south of Chandler Fashion Center)
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission to Chandler Museum is FREE.
General information: 480-782-2717
Mail Stop 305
P.O. Box 4008
Chandler, AZ 85244
The Chandler Museum is a division of the City of Chandler's Cultural Affairs Division. It is governed by the Museums Advisory Board. For information on the Board, see the Museums Advisory Board page.
Brenda Brown, Cultural Affairs Director: 480-782-2817
Jody Crago, Museum Administrator: