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14154 Denny Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340



800 N. Dysart

Goodyear, AZ  85338



300 E. Wigwam Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340


Mary Cavanaugh-Marsh,

Financial Advisor, EDWARD JONES





Current Exhibits


CAP CanalCAP Canal


WATER - The Evolution of a Resource

This fascinating exhibit traces water in our region from prehistoric times through to present-day concerns.


You can read more about this exhibit in the Fall 2018 Newsletter >>   










Southwest Cotton Company and Goodyear Farms artifacts and photographs.


A Company Town ExhibitA Company Town Exhibit





The story of A Company Town: Litchfield Park 1917-1959 is told through photographs and artifacts in this semi-permanent exhibit. 






Medicine in Litchfield Park showcases the medical equipment of Dr. Robert Hilton, Litchfield Park's fourth physician, and Dr. George McMillan, its first dentist in this semi-permanent exhibit.

Past Exhibits

Litchfield Park - The First 100 Years   Read more in the Fall 2017 Newsletter >>  

The Apprentice Farmers... and Beyond    Read more in the Fall 2016 Newsletter >> 

People of the Land: Southwest Valley Farming Families   Read more in the Fall 2016 Newsletter >> 

Lighter Than Air.   Balloons, Blimps and Dirigibles   Read more in the Fall 2015 Newsletter >>

The Doctor, The Dentist and The Drugstore  Read more in the Spring 2016 Newsletter > >     

GOODYEAR AIRCRAFT ... Arming for War   Read more in the Fall 2015 Newsletter >>

Los Campos de Litchfield Park     Read more in the Fall 2014 Newsletter >>

Jeff Alderman's World of Miniatures     Read more in the Spring 2015 Newsletter >>

Bodas en los Campos (Weddings in the Camps)     Read more in the Fall 2014 Newsletter >>

The Wigwam: From Necessity to Luxury    Read more in the Spring 2014 Newsletter >>

Paul Weeks Litchfield: The Man and His Vision     Read more in the Fall 2013 Newsletter >>

Tierra Verde: A Planned Community    Read more in the Spring 2013 Newsletter >>

Stitches in Time; Local Historic Quilts   Read more in the Spring 2013 Newsletter >>