Capitol Mall’s Mining & Mineral Museum to get makeover
Governor Jan Brewer announced that in celebration of Arizona’s 100th anniversary of statehood, an Arizona Centennial Museum will be created. In a ceremony at the Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum in the Capitol Mall area of downtown Phoenix, the governor presented her vision and plans that will be instituted over the course of the next two years to transform the museum into the Arizona Centennial Museum. The museum’s exhibits will be devoted to showcasing Arizona’s economic growth and industrial development.
“This new Centennial Museum will be a vibrant, interactive facility, offering state-of-the-art technology and exhibits unlike any in Arizona,” said Governor Brewer. “This facility will feature educational profiles of each industry, showcasing the rich heritage of Arizona’s economy and providing a vision of its brilliant future.” [Note: Read the full article at Capitol Mall’s Mining & Mineral Museum to get makeover.]
Posted on February 13, 2010, in Downtown Vitality, Historic Preservation, History and tagged Arizona Centennial, Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum, Capitol Mall, Jan Brewer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.