Sanguinetti House Museum (Yuma)


240 S. Madison Avenue
Yuma, AZ 85364
Phone (928) 782-1841
Hours: Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed Sundays, Mondays, and State Holidays.

General Admission:
Adults $3
Ages 60+ $2
Ages 12-18 $2
Ages 11 and younger free
AHS Members free
Two-for-one admission the first Tuesday of each month


The Sanguinetti House includes:
The Sanguinetti House Museum, which is in an 1870′s adobe building and focuses on the history of the Lower Colorado River from the 1540′s to the present.
The Sanguinetti House period rooms feature historical images of Yuma and the people who have made the community at the Colorado River Crossing what it is today.
A Centennial exhibit, which includes a photograph of President William Howard Taft signing the Arizona Statehood Bill, along with images depicting Yuma’s twentieth-century transition in business, law enforcement, agriculture, and mining.
A video presentation of Yuma “then and now” plays in the Sanguinetti House’s transportation exhibit room.

Special Message for Yuma Researchers:
The Library and Archives in Yuma is temporarily closed while the collections are being processed and cataloged at the Library and Archives at the AHS Papago Park branch in Tempe. Click here for additional information.