Superstition Mountain Museum

Superstition Mountain Museum
4087 East Apache Trail
Apache Junction, Arizona
submitted by “Butterfly” (Amanda)

from Amanda:
While making our way through Arizona, we stopped in a random town simply because we were tired and ready to call it a day. We had no idea we’d stumbled upon the Superstition Mountain Museum which features some of the buildings salvaged from the nearby Apacheland Movie Ranch (where many western movies and television shows were filmed).

We learned that the original Apacheland had almost completely burned down but there were a few relics that remained; the church, a barn with tons of great photos of actors, and a jail.

Wendyvee: Thanks to Amanda for this wonderful find! I haven’t been to Arizona since my grandparents took me long ago. I really need to remedy that soon! On a side note, I have known Amanda for years and I believe it’s absolutely impossible to find a picture of her that isn’t absolutely adorable.

Links of Interest:

Superstition Mountain Museum
Apacheland Movie Ranch at Wikipidia
Apacheland Official Website (at the time of this posting there is a splash-page at this site but no content)
The beauty and mysteries of the Superstition Mountains

More Wonders:

Huge Wooden Trojan Horse
Port Clinton Peanut Shop
Imaginary Jeffersons

2 Responses to “Superstition Mountain Museum”

  1. Chris says:

    I especially like that church. Although it seems a bit unexpected to find THAT King inside.


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