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Camp Verde Historical Society and Museum

Camp Verde Historical Society and Museum
435 South Main Street
928-567-9560

The Camp Verde Historical Society is a museum in downtown Camp Verde that displays exhibits about the early pioneering days of Camp Verde. The museum’s collection includes photographs, artwork and other printed material that touches on the many different groups who have called the area home—soldiers, Indians, town settlers, farmers, miners, mail riders and business owners.

The Camp Verde Historical Society is open only a few hours on Tuesdays and Saturdays and ran by an all-volunteer, non-profit organization.  Although it is primarily dedicated to the restoration, preservation, reconstruction, and administration of buildings and sites of historical significance in the Camp Verde area, the society houses archival materials going back to the 1860s and maintains a research library.The museum also owns and maintains two historic buildings  dedicated to the restoration, preservation, reconstruction, and administration of buildings and sites of historical significance in the CV area. The group collects and makes available historical documents, photos, books and other materials circa 1864-1945 for educational purposes.


Camp Verde Historical Society and Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media