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One of the best and least expensive little museums with incredible exhibits indoors and outside! $5 adults. $4 seniors. Old barn, gallows, and chapel from Apacheland Movie Ranch, amazing outdoor train villages (only Nov-May Fri-Sun), a few trails, general store, good gift shop, ore grinding...More
A must visit to this old movie set where so many of the old classic actors and actress made movies. John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Burt Lancaster and the only cowboy movie that Elvis Priestley made. There is now a train exhibit since our last visit...More
Here on this 15-acre site, you'll be able to visit the Elvis Memorial Chapel, Apacheland Movie Ranch Barn and take in views of the Superstition Mountain. Nice walking paths will lead you to many photographic opportunities.
I bring family and friends here all the time
We got plenty of information from the person who greeted us in front. The museum is not big, but gives plenty of information. We got lucky with the holiday to get free entrance to the museum, not sure how expensive it is. But certainly, worth...More
This is a cute (albeit a little gimmicky) museum in Apache Junction. My husband and I used our library cards to get passes from the Phoenix Public Library. The museum is small but has lots of information. Our favorite part was the model train display....More
Highway 60 east from Phoenix to Hwy 88 - signs on the Freeway direct you to Canyon Lake and Lost Dutchmen State Park. Highway 88 is also Idaho Rd. Take that North, through Apache Junction and you will come to the Museum... More
Highway 60 east from Phoenix to Hwy 88 - signs on the Freeway direct you to Canyon Lake and Lost Dutchmen State Park. Highway 88 is also Idaho Rd. Take that North, through Apache Junction and you will come to the Museum. If you get to Lost Dutchman State Park, you have gone too far.