The Chandler Museum includes the historic McCullough-Price House,
Tumbleweed Ranch, and our online resource Chandlerpedia.
The Museum is an innovative learning environment where the community comes together to share our stories, store our cultural heritage and experience Chandler as a people and place.
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.
Exhibits, Research and Archive Center, and the Museum's Administrative Offices
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit
Explores agriculture in the East Valley. Features a 1917 home, a historic grocery store, and farm equipment. Visit
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! Visit
General information: 480-782-2717
Mail Stop 305
P.O. Box 4008
Chandler, AZ 85244
Museum administrative office are located at the McCullough-Price House.
300 S. Chandler Village Drive
Chandler, AZ 85224 (south of Chandler Fashion Center)
The Chandler Museum is a division of the City of Chandler's Community Services Department. 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 480-782-2873
Tiffani Egnor Curator of Education 480-782-2874
Nate Meyers Curator of Collections 480-782-2877
Lizzie Olson Customer Service Representative 480-782-2717
Linda Voss Education Department 480-782-2874
Lina Cammack, Museum Interpreter
Joan Crawford, Museum Interpreter
Kellen Escoto, Museum Interpreter
Lori Durham- Wensink, Museum Interpreter
Molly Evans, Museum Interpreter
Becky Howardell, Museum Interpreter
Mary Jean Maloney, Museum Interpreter
Julia McKee-Ostos, Museum Interpreter
Jean Reynolds Cultural Affairs Coordinator 480-782-2751
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