Arts & Culture

Superior is a place where history is celebrated through art. When you visit Superior, you’ll find a plethora of outlets for artistic representation of Arizona’s history and the beauty of our heritage. Whether you’re into art galleries or antiquing, Superior has a variety of options to appreciate the Arts.

 
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kay gallery

Kay Gallery is a Fine Art Gallery, with a large variety of artistic styles and pieces created by regional artisans.  Owner, Deborah Kay is an artist and filmmaker who fell in love with Superior while out scouting for a new location for her film studio. Stop by to appreciate local sources of inspiration and leave inspired to explore Superior further.

 
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wild cow art gallery

The Wild Cow Gallery features the art of many local artists including David Bentancourt, Terry Stone, Maya Barton, L. Woods, Tor, Deb Sears Michaele Cozzi, Charles Davison, Deb Olsen and Marilee Lasch, all for sale in the gallery. Art pieces include folklore paintings, custom bells and bowls, wood sculptures, jewelry, multi-media arts and photography.  Proceeds from the gallery in part help to provide financial support to the Cactus Moon Foundation, which supports regional local artists.

 
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rolling rock gallery

Rolling Rock Gallery features unique gifts, toys, and art. Most of the art in our store is made by local artists. If you are visiting Superior make sure you stop by this store.

 
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Rose’s roses / the gecko collekto

A local favorite for flowers and gifts, Rose’s Roses also acts as a collective, with (12) 12x8 stores filled with local artisan creations, handcrafted jewelry, and repurposed furniture all at amazing prices. Rose’s also offers a unique outside venue for family gatherings, weddings and other small events.

 
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world’s smallest museum

With an infamous roof crafted from 1800 beer cans, this museum with a footprint of a mere 134 square feet exceeds capacity beyond two people at a time. Housing the world’s largest Apache Tear, the museum’s collection of oddities ranges from presidential campaign materials, random collectables, pop-culture memorabilia, and outdated technology. Definitely worth the selfie as you journey through Superior!

 
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picket post antiques

Kelli and Clint Elliott have transformed a renovated building from 1917 into an eclectic shop of antiques in Superior, AZ. Inside, you will find an assortment of vintage and antique kitchen items, furniture, clothing, signs along with items sold on consignment from over 20 local dealers who sell out of her store. All items are inspected to ensure that they have not been refinished or are new items made to look old. Both owners are passionate about local history so make sure to save time to chat during your visit.

 
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superior historical society & bob jones museum

The Bob Jones Museum run by the Superior Historical Society is the former house of Bob Jones, AZ’s 6th governor, filled with local memorabilia that highlight life in an Arizona copper mining town.