Historical Attractions in Blythe

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Phoenix
Located 30 minutes north of downtown Phoenix, you will visit over 90 acres of an old 1800s town, with no cars or smog! Just authentic buildings and historically accurate reproductions. Fun facts for kids and families.All of this, plus a blacksmith sh...
Jerome
The "Billion Dollar" Copper Camp Jerome's modern history began in 1876 when three prospectors staked claims on rich copper deposits. They sold out to a group which formed the United Verde Copper Company in 1883. The resultant mining camp of board ...
Camp Verde
Spend a few hours and discover the incredible legacy of an ancient people. Montezuma Castle National Monument.
Blue Diamond
An authentic western town where cowboys walk the streets as they did in the 1880's. See gunfights, hangings, melodramas, an antique museum and the gift shops. We have lots of animals in our petting zoo, and you can feed the ducks in our pond.
Florence
The history of the park's building provides visitors with a look into the past. The building represents a transition between Sonoran and Anglo-American architecture with its wood-shingled pitched roof surmounting traditional adobe brick walls. Like m...
Flagstaff
Built in 1904 for two Riordan families, the Mansion is an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town. The historic building is an Arizona treasure - a remarkable example of Arts and Crafts style architecture featuring...
Flagstaff
Located just one mile west of historic downtown Flagstaff, Arizona, Lowell's scenic Mars Hill campus is the site of our 6500-square foot Steele Visitor Center. We offer daytime guided tours at 15 minutes past the hour from 9:15 AM through 4:15 PM, an...
Heritage Square
(210 Miles)
Los Angeles
A living history museum reflecting the settlement and development of Southern California from the Civil War to the early 20th Century, Heritage Square Museum offers visitors a look into the everyday lives of Southern Californians at the close of the ...
Hollywood
An iconic and historical must see on any visit to Los Angeles - TCL Chinese Theatre (previously Graumans)
Tucson
The Standard Program includes a visit to the Design Garage's hands-on, interactive exhibits; a self-guided tour of our spectacular collection of gems and minerals in the Mineral Museum; and a Planetarium show geared toward your group's grade level an...
Trail Dust Town
(236 Miles)
Tuscon
Authentic wild west day out with vintage rides, cavalry museum, stunt shows and more!
St George
Houses over 2000 very rare and unique dinosaur tracks and other Early Jurassic Epoch fossils. Its worth keeping an eye out for Dino Days which are more specifically aimed at young children.
Tubac
The church and the military were the vanguards of Spanish frontier expansion throughout New Spain. The Jesuit, Eusebio Francisco Kino, established missions from 1687 to 1711 to christianize and control Native Americans in the area. He established nea...
Fort Apache
Within this beautiful and historic park are ruins, prehistoric petroglyphs, an old military cemetery, the Apache Culture Center, and a recreated Apache Village showing life in this historic period.
Page
The John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum and Visitor Information Center is the one-stop source for information of interest to people visiting Page, Arizona and the surrounding area.Within the museum, you can see sketches, photos and other memorabilia o...
Tombstone
Tombstone reached its pinnacle of riches and then faded, all within the short span of eight years. The West's wildest mining town owes its beginning to Ed Schieffelin, who prospected the nearby hills in 1877. Friends warned him that all he would e...
Fresno
Everything We Do is Focused on Making Science Fun We believe that science should be an engaging subject for children, offering magic, exploration, and excitement. One of the many fun family places to visit if you're looking for things to do in Fresn...
Hearst Castle
(400 Miles)
San Simeon
Hearst Castle is one of the largest of approximately 5,000 historic house museums in the U.S., with one of the most sophisticated guided tour programs in the country.
Bodie Ghost Town
(403 Miles)
Bridgeport
Bodie State Historic Park is a genuine California gold-mining ghost town. Visitors can walk down the deserted streets of a town that once had a population of nearly 10,000 people.
Acoma, NM
The physical and spiritual homeland for the Acoma people looms nearly 370 feet above the desert floor. The history of the Acoma people and the Pueblo dates back to as early as 1100 A.D. With its unique historical distinction as the oldest continuousl...
Aztec Ruins
(433 Miles)
Aztec
Whether you are just passing through or have a couple hours to spend here, Aztec Ruins can provide visitors with a meaningful experience of an ancestral Pueblo site. Goods, services, and accommodations are located near Aztec Ruins in the cities of Az...
Salinas
In the John Steinbeck Exhibition Hall, literature jumps off the printed page and into your imagination. Discover Steinbeck\'s world through interactive, multisensory exhibits for all ages, rare artifacts, and seven themed theaters showcasing East o...
Albuquerque
Every weekend, year-round, American Indian dance performances are scheduled at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Many of the dance groups are world-traveled and nationally recognized performers. Pueblo dance groups from the 19 New Mexico Pueblos are...
Carson City
Join us on this very special weekend in Carson City and Carson Valley when historic ghosts will rise from their resting places to tell you their stories and guide you through our colorful past. For one price, you can witness it all! October 20:...
San Jose
The Tech is singularly focused on inspiring the innovator in everyone it reaches. Truly hands-on and interactive exhibits, divided among themed galleries, offer guests a truly memorable experience.
Deer Hollow Farm
(494 Miles)
Los Altos
A fun educational centre where kids can see some livestock, learn some skills, and take a self-guided tour to learn about the history of Deer Hollow Farm.
Bingham Canyon
Simply a giant educational toy box! Hands on exhibits and fascinating equipment suitable for the whole family.
Stansbury Park
For those of you who like to take a step back in time, Tooele County's Benson Grist Mill is the sight that can't be missed.
Santa Fe
Welcome! We invite you to take a journey to the past at "The Ranch of the Swallows". This historic rancho,now a living history museum, dates from the early 1700s and was an important paraje or stopping point along the famous Camino Real, the Royal Ro...
Chama
A living museum and National Historic Landmark known as America's Highest and Longest Scenic Railroad its no wonder this national treasure was listed in the book '1000 Things To Do Before You Die'.
Salt Lake City
The Farm is a restoration of the turn-of-the-century dairy farm of Henry J. Wheeler. Maintaining the farm presents to the public the history of Utah family agriculture. It is a representation of the rural lifestyle in Salt Lake County from 1890-1920 ...
Navajo Village
(508 Miles)
Page
At the Navajo Village you have the change to take part in the story telling, the food preparation, the day-to-day, and to learn more about the Navajo culture. Unavailable in history books, you will have a unique opportunity to hear their oral traditi...
Folsom
The Folsom Powerhouse is part of a colorful chapter of Sacramento history and is also an example of the tremendous advance in the commercial application of electricity.
Oakland
Chabot Space & Science Center inspires and educates students of all ages about our Planet Earth and the Universe. Its observatory, planetarium, exhibits, and natural park setting are a place where a diverse population of students, teachers, and th...
Sacramento
The Discovery Museum History Center in Old Sacramento features exhibits that showcase Sacramento's vibrant history. One of the many fun family places to visit if you're looking for things to do in Sacramento for kids.
Alameda
Crab Cove Visitor Center at Crown Memorial State Beach in Alameda features all new exhibits opened in April 2004. You can see bay creatures in the 800-gallon aquarium system, use interactive stations for varying age groups to view microscopic animals...
Hall Of Health
(521 Miles)
Berkeley
he philosophy of the Hall of Health is that health and human biology go hand in hand: an understanding of how the body works provides a meaningful context for all of the practices that promote good health. More than 350,000 visitors of all ages have ...
San Francisco
Explore this historic vessel in it's entirety, book a cruise trip if you can or visit on a Steaming Weekend to see the engines at work.
San Francisco
We offer a full range of classes in our Fort Mason studio, for children ages 22 months to 12 years of age. Classes begin for two year olds and preschoolers, as well as an adult/child class for toddlers and their caregivers.
Alcatraz Island
(527 Miles)
San Francisco
Alcatraz Island offers a close-up look at the site of the first lighthouse and US fort on the West Coast, the infamous federal penitentiary long off-limits to the public, and the 18 month occupation by Indians of All Tribes which saved the tribes. Ri...
San Francisco
Purple Crayon is an arts and crafts studio for children and adults. We give parents an easy way to help their children express creativity. Everyone will enjoy coming to our warm, inviting space where messiness and free expression are encouraged.
Exploratorium
(527 Miles)
San Francisco
The Exploratorium is an experimental, hands-on museum designed to spark curiosity, regardless of your age or familiarity with science. There are hundreds of exhibits to touch, pick up, and tinker with. Your curiosity can be your compass to endless di...
Grass Valley
Learn all about gold at one of the world's largest and most established mines. Historical tours are available, plus living history events and permanent exhibits.
San Francisco
An iconic San Francisco landmark and internationally recognised symbol, now offering Bridge Tours with informed audio commentary.
Ogden
We've been producing original digital star shows since 2005 and presenting star shows in Spanish since 2006. One of the many fun family places to visit if you're looking for things to do with kids in Utah
Taos Pueblo
(545 Miles)
Taos
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years. We welcome you to visit...
Watrous
ort Union was established in 1851 as the guardian of the Santa Fe Trail. During its forty-year history, three different forts were constructed close together. The third Fort Union was the largest in the American Southwest, and functioned as a militar...
Wellsville
The Heritage Center offers a variety of activities for individuals and families, as well as group tours and vacations. Whether you are passing through Cache Valley or making it your destination, the Center will be one of your favorite stops along the...
Twin Falls
Opened in November 1995, the Faulkner Planetarium is the largest planetarium theater in Idaho, and one of the best equipped in the northwestern U.S. The theater seats 144 under a 50' dome and features a Digistar II digital graphics projection system....
Montpelier
The Center interprets the story of the pioneers who braved the arduous, 6 month, 2,000 mile journey across the unsettled American West from Missouri to the Oregon Territory.

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