Bullion Plaza Cultural Center

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150 N Plaza Circle, Miami, AZ, USA

Bullion Plaza Cultural Center Miami Reviews

BASAIC BASAIC
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Nice Historical and Cultural Museum Mar 10, 2017
The Bullion Plaza Museum is located in the beautiful building that first housed the Bullion Plaza School, a segregated school built to educate the Mexican and Indian children in the area. The building was completed in 1923 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The museum has several rooms dedicated to different ethnicities who helped settle the area and the history of the town they helped build. Rooms include: The Slavic Cultural Exhibit; The Native American Room; The Dignitary Room (which includes exhibits on Governor George Hunt and Governor Rose Mofford); a Latin Culture Exhibit; a Ranching Room; Mining; and a nice little Military Exhibit. The building is quite pretty and I enjoyed the exhibits. They also have some displays outside, mostly dealing with mining, and a botanical display about water harvesting. Well worth a visit. Hours are 11 AM to 3 PM Thursday through Saturday and 12 PM to 3 PM on Sunday. Admission is FREE but donations are welcome and are very helpful.
Bullion Plaza Museum and Cultural …
Outdoor Mining Display
Botanical Water Harvesting Display
Inside the Museum
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BASAIC says:
So do I, Jeremy, the building had interesting architecture and I loved the displays on the different cultures.
Posted on: Mar 13, 2017
vulindlela says:
I love to visit places like this!
Posted on: Mar 13, 2017
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