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This small space has a lot to see. It is housed in a previous 'Western Savings Bank' complete with bank vault. Our docent was filled with information about Winslow from the 1800's. Great for western history buffs, exhibits explore local pioneer history, Native American contributions,...More
Loved it and the two folks running it were very informative. We got to ask all our unanswered questions about everything from Harvey girls to the Eagles. Stop in here for sure, there is not much else to go to in Winslow so you will...More
Can't say enough good about this museum. If you are in the Winslow area, stop in. It is not very big, but it is well done and the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. My interaction with one of the volunteer staff about her experiences...More
The exhibits are wonderfully put together and informative. The museum is free, runs on donations. There are a treasure trove of artifacts of the history of Winslow, including the Harvey Girls and the "standing' on the corner" across the road. The owner is knowledgable and...More
Just steps away from "The Corner" made popular by the Eagles song is this little treasure. Free admission makes it accessible to all. Winslow has a very interesting history with the Santa Fe Railway, La Posada Hotel, the Harvey Girls, Rt 66, etc. Volunteers are...More
We thoroughly enjoyed visiting this small local museum. It was interesting to learn the history of Winslow, see the photographs, and view all of the memorabilia that has been donated. The staff members were so friendly and engaging, and their knowledge of their home town...More
The staff here is amazing. We stopped on the way to Vegas and the staff in this little museum were so amazing and friendly. We had to leave after 10 minutes because we were running behind but I wished we could have stayed and listed...More
Met a local who volunteers here and I'm glad I stopped in. A small but concise history of Winslow, Rt 66 and the travel of years past made this a worthwhile visit. A lot of interesting photos and memorabilia.