Ten years in the making, the Springerville Heritage Center offers visitors and community members opportunities to learn about history, art, and the area. This is the place to start your trip, with the Visitor's Center where tourist Information is made available to you.
Four museums from around the communities of Round Valley have been relocated into the historic school building at 418 East Main Street in Springerville:
The Renee Cushman museum, the Becker Family History Museum, Casa Malpais, White Mountain Historical Society, and the Springerville-Eagar Chamber of Commerce have been relocated to the front of the Town of Springerville Complex, and have added a new Art Gallery in the expanded space.
Local artists from the Greater Round Valley Fine Arts Association are displaying their work in the 150ft long main hallway and include photographers, oil, watercolors, quilts, needlepoint and more!
Settling in the area after leaving France, Renee Cusman lived out her dream of becoming a rancher here in the 1940's
The Casa Malpais Museum
with artifacts from the site
The Becker's were one of the first families to settle our area, and influenced much of the history as merchants and politically.
Rene Cushman Museum