A tour of our gallery spaces located on the first floor provides a sense of what it was like for Black Pioneers and later generations across Arizona to live, love, learn and become successful in spite of monumental injustice and indifference.
The galleries tell of prominent local and nationally recognized individuals, student experiences, sports achievements, military heroes, and religious roots. And our Sculpture Garden is home to a memorial to the four young black girls killed in a bombing in Alabama.
We invite you to come experience “That Which Might Have Been, Birmingham 1963” and all of our exhibits this. We are taking all the necessary steps to both honor the many contributions made by families, businesses & organizations across the valley and greatly expand the capabilities of the building and grounds. Our community deserves amazing programming and available resources in this historic facility that will serve families and patrons. To help support our mission, click here.
Our facility offers free wifi for all our guests, as well as handicap accessible entry and restrooms. Parking on-site in our east and west lots is available for vehicles, RV’s and buses. Street parking on E Grant Street is also available.