Old Lehi School

2345 N. Horne

Mesa, AZ 85203

Phone: 480-835-2286


Closed on Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, and New Years Day.

Adults                     $5

Seniors (65+)          $4

Military Personnel  $4

Youth (under 21)    $3

Children under 3   free

Groups (10+)         $3

Members               free

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©2020 Mesa Historical Museum

We have recently remodeled our Mesa History and Highlights exhibit. 

We have included more Buckhorn Baths artifacts and  some Spring Training elements including the Giants Goodwill Tour!

We also now have a kids room which includes a selfie station, toys, coloring pages, and a museum-wide scavenger hunt!

Hallelujah Hats!

A celebration of Mesa’s

Washington Park Community

February 8, 2020 – Mid-July, 2020

Hallelujah Hats! is a celebration of the churches of Washington Park through the jewelry, hats, and fashion worn by church goers. It documents the once thriving segregated African American community in Mesa, Arizona. From the early days of slavery to today, the African American community has embraced the church as a symbol and site for inspiration, guidance and hope. The tradition of adorning oneself has deep roots dating back to the first African Slaves in America. Guest curator Bruce Nelson presents an exhibition focusing around five churches in the Washington Park neighborhood. The exhibit includes vintage hats, purses, gloves, costume jewelry, and shoes. Historic photographs (baptizing in the canal), and oral histories will be displayed.  There will also be a showing of the documentary Gospel Radio Man.