For more information about the Superstition Mountain Museum, please visit http://superstitionmountainmuseum.org/.
The museum highlights the history and mystery of the Superstition Mountains, desert wildlife, military, Indians, pottery and artifacts, ranching, plus maps and details of the Dutchman’s lost gold. It is enjoyed by people of all ages.
The museum is also known for the Elvis Presley Memorial Chapel (the chapel utilized in the Elvis Presley movie Charro), and the Apache Land Barn. Visitors enjoy the museum, walking the grounds, and its fantastic view of the Superstition Mountains.
Hours are 9 am to 4 pm daily, seven days a week except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Admission is $5 adults / $4 seniors 55 & up / children 17 & under are FREE with a paid adult.