Historic Spots In Globe

The grand city of Globe, Arizona tempts visitors over with some of the most breathtaking mountain vistas. It is the abode for Gila County. This place is an old mining town with lots of character and fun historical places to visit!


Old Dominion Historic Mine Park

When the mines were closed for reclamation, the community members appealed for the mine to be turned into a historical site, seeing that it could serve as a prominent feature for mining heritage. Visitors get to see the hardware used for mining and learn about the birth of the mine. There is even a modest playground to keep the kids occupied while the adults explore the area.
1300 N Broad St, Globe, AZ

Round Mountain Park

Round Mountain Park has five hiking loops, which varies in difficulties. Some suit beginners while others are meant to really test your stamina and endurance. Drop by at the right time and you’ll get to see its wildflowers in bloom. The mountain park is well-regarded for its undisturbed natural beauty, especially its view from the peak. The longest hike here is 5 kilometers (3 miles), but you can take shortcuts and explore the other trails too!
85501 Globe, AZ

Besh Ba Gowah

Besh Ba Gowah might sound like a mouthful, but it is, in fact, a revered site in Arizona, as it holds the ruins on the ancient Salado people, dating back as much as 8 centuries. It is roughly translated to mean the “place of metal.” Part of the ruins have been restored, and there is a museum close by that provides a window into the lives of the people who lived there around 200 years ago. There is also a significant collection of artifacts and Salado pottery that’s waiting to be seen. Admission for adults costs 5 USD, seniors enter for a dollar less while kids below the age of 12 can enter for free.
1324 S Jesse Hayes Rd, 85501 Globe, AZ

Historic district

A part of Globe that seems like it’s been frozen in time. Nothing much has changed since the time of the Old West. You get to see a lot of its architectural features and even take part in one of the many historical tours on Broad Street. When you’re done, dine or shop till your legs can’t handle it anymore!
230 S Broad St, 85501 Globe AZ

Cobre Valley Center for the Arts

This non-profit center for arts was opened in 1984 and is home to many art exhibitions, performances, and receptions. The center itself is located within the doors of a heritage building. Art pieces by local artists are available at really affordable prices, so you might just want to bag one and bring it home!
101 N Broad St, 85501 Globe, AZ