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14154 Denny Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340



800 N. Dysart

Goodyear, AZ  85338



300 E. Wigwam Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340


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LPHS MuseumLPHS MuseumThe Museum is currently closed until the end of April, 2020.

At that time we will re-evaluate any potential health risks to see if we can reopen.

Please check back to our website, Facebook page or recorded phone message for updates on when we will re-open.  





The Litchfield Park Historical Society opened its Museum in October 2012 in the historic site called 'Aunt Mary's House', a part of the original Rancho La Loma estate built by Paul Weeks Litchfield.  Two rooms house semi-permanent exhibits relating to the early days of Litchfield Park.  Two rooms house semi-annual changing exhibits allowing us to displayed more of the historical artifacts and items in our collection.  

Archives contain over 4,000 items such as logs, photos, letters, records, films and other memorabilia and more than 175 oral-history interviews.  

The opening of our new museum was selected by the West Valley View as one of the top 25 news stories of 2012.  The Litchfield Park Historical Society and Museum was awarded full affiliation and certification with the Arizona Historical Society in 2014 and 2015.


Museum Hours

 Winter Hours (Labor Day through Memorial Day)

 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

 Also by Appointment - 623-535-4414 (all year long)

Summer Hours (Memorial Day through Labor Day)

    Wednesday - 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Admission is Free

13912 W. Camelback Rd.  

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340

        * See the Map and Directions page for more details






          Plans for the construction of

   The P. W. Litchfield Heritage Center! 

Be part of this exciting project. We have begun a Capital Campaign to move to the top of the hill behind our current museum and into the historic Litchfield/Denny house. The house, located in the center of a historic 21-acre property, will be re-purposed into a museum, archive, research library, and site for community gatherings. Read more in the Spring 2019 Newsletter and connect here to see floor plans, funding goals and donation link.   

Link to P. W. Litchfield Heritage Center information