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.
Chandler Museum in a Box
Dive into culture, history, and art at home with a themed activity box. Each Box includes instructions and supplies for three-five activities.
Build It! Frank Lloyd Wright in Chandler
Explore architecture with a Frank Lloyd Wright themed activity box. Design a city, test your building skills with edible construction supplies, and review shapes hidden within authentic Wright drawings. Museum in a Box is available for sale in the Museum Store.
Bigger than Boxing: Zora Folley and the 1967 Heavyweight Title
Aug. 25, 2020 - Aug. 29, 2021
Examine the fight at the crossroads of race, religion, sport, and politics of the 1960s through Chandler boxer Zora Folley and his heavyweight title fight against Muhammad Ali.