Chandler Museum

Chandler Museum 
Exhibits, research, an archive center and the museum's Administrative Offices are at this location.   

McCullough-Price House
The 1938 home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Tumbleweed Ranch
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 wiki walkthrough Chandler history, exploring online exhibits, the museum collections, and even conduct your own research from home. 

Inspired by History: A Collaborative Exhibit with the Vision Gallery

July 30- October 12, 2019

Our everyday objects may not be so ordinary when seen through the eyes of an artist. Using abstraction, manipulation and interpretation, local emerging and mid-career artists created works in response to objects from the Chandler Museum artifact collection. The exhibit considers memory, continuity and change over time through artworks that explore the connections between people and objects. 

Gaman: Enduring Japanese American Internment at Gila River

December 8, 2018- April 18, 2020

Current Exhibits

Field trips to Tumbleweed Ranch, outreach trunks with lesson plans, traveling banner exhibits and much more. We have teaching resources to bring your lessons to life.