The Skull Valley Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the local history and artifacts pertaining to Skull Valley, Arizona and surrounding area. Our Museum is open on Sundays from 2 PM to 4 PM from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. We are also open by appointment for groups desiring a private tour.
Download a pdf version of our 2015 Newsletter by clicking here.
If you would like to access Robert Pearson’s original Skull Valley Historical Society webpage covering history, flora, and fauna of the Skull Valley area, click here.
(928) 442-2314 - (Ida Downing-President)
(928) 910-3827 - (Kelly Graham-Vice President)
Skull Valley Historical Society
PO Box 143
3150 Old Skull Valley Rd
Skull Valley, Arizona 86338-0143
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~~~~UPCOMING EVENTS ~~~~
~January 14, 2015 - Annual Business Meeting—Board & Members welcome—Community Center—10 AM
~February 14, 2015 - Ladies Tea—Community Center—$5.00—There will be a speaker.
~April 18, 2015—Hosting Yavapai County Historical Societies
~May 24, 2015 - Make Your Own Sundae Sunday—Opening Day—Summer Hours—at the Depot & Section House Museums
~September 6, 2015 - Last day (Labor Day Sunday) for the museum to be open for the season to be open until Pie & Ice Cream Social.
~October, 10, 2015 - Annual Pie Social
~November 14, 2015 - Annual Meeting—Election of Officers—There will be a speaker.
~December 19, 2015 - Annual Last Minute Stocking Stuffer—at the Armory in Prescott, Arizona.