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Rotating Special Exhibits

These are one time special exhibits that rotate out 1-2 times a year.

Women in Aviation

The Women in Aviation exhibit honors the contributions by women aviators who lived, worked and flew in Arizona. Notable aviatrixes, such as Ruth Reinhold, Ruby Wine Sheldon, Jacqueline Cochran, Jeannie Flynn and Martha McSally are just some of the pilots featured in this new exhibit, which covers more than 100 years of aviation history in Arizona.

Permanent Exhibits

These are semi-permanent exhibits that will stay up all year round.
New items will occasionally be rotated in on a yearly basis.

Mesa History

Our Mesa History exhibit tells you the basics of Mesa History:

Who settled here? How did they do it?  What was life like for early Mesans?

Founding Families

Features historic artifacts, images, and stories from members of the first founding families who settled Lehi and Mesa.  

Play Ball: The Arizona Spring Training Experience

Play Ball: The Arizona Spring Training Experience features the history of Spring Training, the birth of the Cactus League and Cactus League Hall of Fame, along with photos and collections from the last one hundred years of baseball in Mesa.

Mesa / Lehi Schools

Photos and memorabilia that highlights some of the earliest students to attend the old Lehi School during the early 1900's as well as some of the graduating classes from Mesa Union High during the 1920's.

Adobe Schoolhouse Replica

Built in the early 2000's, this is a replica of the original adobe schoolhouse that stood in the same spot in the 1880's.  The inside is decorated with desks and various other artifacts that show what school life looked like 100+ years ago.



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

Members               free

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