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We were keen to visit this museum having read other reviews bit when we arrived we were told by a worker that the museums closes for summer. Bad luck for travellers from overseas who are unaware of summer hours when they are omitted from the...More
I visited the house during the day and also in the evening as part of their ghost trolley tours. I've been to other AHS sites and they generally of a really high standard but this house really is a little gem in Yuma. It's presented...More
The life and home of E.F. Sanguinetti was presented in a fun and interesting way thanks to our tour guide.
Mr. Sanquinetti came to Yuma when he was 15 and penniless. He learned the mercantile trade as a boy and became well known in Yuma....More
I'd been here before, but never got to go into the museum. So glad I did! Really nice gift shop with all sorts of local history books and some nice gifts and a few antiques too! The museum has tours which you can take. The...More
This museum shows a variety of experiences in early Yuma life inside a former top citizen's home in the early to mid-twentieth century. The guide volunteers were informed and interesting. My only complaint is the hours posted on TripAdvisor were 10 am to 4 pm....More
Went to a well presented and very interesting lecture here this morning by a descendant of Olive Oatman. Followed by some music from a western swing band. The grounds, museum, and gift shop are something you don't want to miss in Yuma. Highly informative any...More
We went to the Sanginetti House because it was the starting place for the trolley tour of historic Yuma. The house was very well done but the star of the show is the trolley tour. It doesn't take you far but the guide is fascinating....More
The house is interesting, but only a few rooms, very short tour, but if you are looking for something to do, it is worth going to. The grounds around the house are lovely and the shops around it very cute. Also a great Cafe in...More