The Bob Jones Museum run by the Superior Historical Society is the former house of Bob Jones, Arizona’s 6th governor and is filled with local memorabilia that highlight life in an Arizona copper mining town.
Kelli and Clint Elliott have transformed a renovated building from 1917 into an eclectic shop of antiques in Superior, AZ. Both owners are passionate about local history so make sure to save time to chat during your visit.
With a roof crafted from 1800 beer cans, this 134 sq. foot museum exceeds capacity at three people. Housing the world’s largest Apache Tear, the museum’s collection of oddities is definitely worth the selfie as you journey through Superior!
A local favorite for flowers and gifts, Rose’s Roses also acts as a collective, with (12) 12×8 stores filled with local artisan creations at amazing prices. Rose’s also offers a unique outside venue for small events and family gatherings.
Rolling Rock Gallery features unique gifts, toys, and art. Most of the art in our store is made by local artists. If you are visiting Superior make sure you stop by this store.
The Wild Cow Gallery features the art of many local artists. Art pieces include folklore paintings, wood sculptures, jewelry, multi-media arts and more. Proceeds help the Cactus Moon Foundation, which supports regional local artists.
Kay Gallery boasts a large variety of artistic styles and pieces created by regional artisans. Owner Deborah Kay fell in love with Superior while scouting for a new film studio location. Come in and get inspired to explore Superior