The Chandler Museum is a cultural destination unlike any other with engaging, community-focused programs and forums, as well as world-class traveling exhibits.
The museum is a 10,000-square-foot facility just north of the historic McCullough-Price house with nearly 13,000 square feet of outdoor spaces, including a 10,000 square-foot courtyard that ties the two buildings together and provides a shaded gathering place for visitors and outdoor programming.
Renovations to the historic house created a formal state-of-the-art research and archive site for the Museum while maintaining its status on the National Register of Historic Places. Together, the project establishes a City of Chandler iconic cultural facility with easy to access to the 101 and 202 freeways, in close proximity to vast shopping and dining options, and a growing area that is being developed for residents and tourism.
Closing Celebrations for
Bigger than Boxing
In preparation of closing the Bigger than Boxing: Zora Folley and the 1967 Heavyweight Title exhibition several events/programs have been planned.
From Food Truck Friday: A Night at the Museum and Our Stories: A Conversation with the Folley Family to the exhibit itself there's something for the whole family to enjoy.
Greatest Photographs of the American West
Nov. 2, 2021 - Feb. 27, 2022
Drawn from the significant holdings of the National Geographic Archive, “Greatest Photographs of the American West” chronicles the history and grandeur of the people and places that define the American West. It offers a broad understanding of a region that has long captivated photographers.