Casa Grande Art Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Casa Grande Art Museum
The building was built in 1929 by Gus Kratzka as the family residence. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. The building has a rusticated concrete exterior and includes several features that made the summer heat more bearable for the retired banker and his wife. The mission of this building is to develop an art museum and creative arts center and provide citizens of the Casa Grande and Central Arizona with the opportunity to enjoy a diverse selection of quality art.
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The Museum of Casa Grande
0.15km from Casa Grande Art Museum
The Museum of Casa Grande preserves and exhibits the heritage of the region. Their collections represent historic and contemporary lifestyles, work, agriculture and so more. The Museum curators create special exhibits, both on-site and online, to show visitors interesting and unique selections of artifacts, writings, documents and photos from our Collections.
The Domes of Casa Grande
7.58km from Casa Grande Art Museum
The Domes were built to facilitate the manufacturing of computers back in the late 1970s and early 1980s, but they were never completed -- evident from a couple of foundations that were started and left unfinished. One of the buildings is shaped like a flying saucer and the other three are as if spheres were joined together, looking like huge concrete caterpillars.
16.2km from Casa Grande Art Museum
The Sacaton Mountains are a range of granitic inselbergs in Pinal County, Arizona, located south of Phoenix near Casa Grande, Arizona. The highest peak is Sacaton Peak at an elevation of 2755 ft. Other peaks include Agency Peak, Hayden Peak, Thin Mountain, Fivemile Peak, and Signal Peak. Interstate 10 passes through the Sacaton Mountains.
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
24.28km from Casa Grande Art Museum
Here you’ll find the Ancient Sonoran Desert People’s farming community including the preserved “Great House,” or “Casa Grande.” It also preserves a group of Hohokam structures dating to the Classic Period. visitors can explore the extensive and fascinating compound with the help of guided tours and an interpretive center that offers answers to questions, and leaves you to ponder a few more questions yet to be solved.
25.05km from Casa Grande Art Museum
Picacho Reservoir is just 11 miles south of Coolidge in central Arizona. The reservoir was built in the 1920s as part of the San Carlos Irrigation Project. The reservoir's original purpose was water storage and flow regulation for the Florence-Casa Grande and Casa Grande Canals. The lake's design capacity was 24,500 acre-feet of water, with a surface area of over 2 square miles.
Pinal County West Park
33.59km from Casa Grande Art Museum
West Pinal is a 160 acre community park located near the community of Stanfield, Arizona. Offering 3 miles of natural surface walking/hiking trails, views of the Table Top Wilderness area, and a beautiful dark sky environment.
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Pinal County is in the central part of the U.S. state of Arizona. The county seat is in the town of Florence, home to the 1891 second Pinal County Courthouse, a noteworthy example of the American-Victorian style and 19th-century construction technology on the Southwestern frontier. Visitor attractions in Pinal County include Oracle State Park, Biosphere 2 in Oracle, Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park near Superior, Picacho Peak State Park, Florence Townsite Historic District, and Casa Grande Ru