Dewey-Humboldt Museum

The Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society is an organization formed by a group of individual citizens to collect and preserve items, artifacts, pictures and records that reflect the history of Dewey-Humboldt and associated Yavapai County and Arizona, and to make the collections available for the education of local students, and for use by citizens of the community and researchers.

In December 2012, the Society opened the door of the museum which is located at 12925 East Main Street, Humboldt, just a few blocks away from current Town Hall offices. The museum is now open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council supported the museum efforts in many ways, including paying for the rent of the museum building since its inception in July 2012. The Historical Society has many events scheduled to take place in the museum and other locations throughout town.


Please check the website, or call 928-499-9972 for the latest event updates and more information about the museum.