Graham County’s deep history gives visitors the opportunity to explore a variety of cultures and topics. Learn about the ancient world of Native Americans, the old west, science, and astronomy. See everything from old dwellings to artifacts at the area museums and heritage sites all located within Graham County.
Dankworth Pond State Park is three miles south of Roper Lake.
Arizona Museum and Historical Society of Graham County located in Pima, Arizona operates an ever-expanding facility.
More than 150 years ago, early explorers passed through this same area, recording their accounts of its wildlife, geology, and culture.
Displays of modern day local industries and dioramas depicting prehistoric settlements in Graham County are featured in the Visitor Center
The Mills Collection, is a significant assortment of ancient Native American pottery and other fascinating and colorful artifacts.
The San Carlos Apache Cultural Center exhibits a window into the tribe's culture and history.
The historic remains of the Sanchez Camp are located across the Gila River from Safford.
Discover 600 years of Western history along a route steeped in legend. From lost civilizations to the site of Billy the Kid's first murder...
Turkey Creek is a small riparian canyon that flows into Aravaipa and has cliff dwellings from 1300 A.D.
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