This shop houses a collection from all around the world – accumulated through decades of rockhounding, buying, and trading. This shop offers local elements of fire agate and petrified wood, handcrafted items, Afghans, jewelry, and beyond.
This overlook offers spectacular views of the ever-changing Freeport-McMoran’s Morenci Mine. A haul truck tire is displayed showing the true scale of the heavy equipment being utilized below. From above, the machinery looks toy-like.
This Hal Empie classic “Greenlee”, hangs in the cafeteria of the Duncan High School. It depicts an amazing 40 characters, including people, animals, landmarks, lifestyle, transportation, and local flora and fauna.
Built in 1916, the hall is home to the famous mural commemorating the 1983-1986 United Steelworkers strike. The mural commemorates the legendary labor activist Cesar Chavez, among other symbolic figures.
This Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of historic and cultural resources. The building is an artifact in itself – built in 1913. Stop by on select days and get to know the people and their achievements of the past years.
Visit a century-old inn, a gourmet bed & breakfast, and discover a region of rivers, mountains, canyons, backroads, farms and ranches, and real cowboys. They also have the largest collection of original art hanging.
Duncan’s Visitors Center includes a unique art gallery and gift shop, and a wealth of information on Duncan Valley’s history. Pick up a self-guided map here, and enjoy a day-tour through Duncan exploring its historical buildings.
History abounds on Clifton’s Chase Creek Street, as one of the wildest camps in the West. Although the brothels and saloons are gone, the architecture and spirit of that era live on in the historic small businesses that remain.
Unique experiences and authentic small town hospitality can be enjoyed during this gala. The Art Exhibit celebrates copper’s array of rich pigments and its importance to life by showcasing many artists who include its magic in their work