Cottonwood AZ (September 29, 2021) – Step back in time as the creepier and quirkier side of Cottonwood Arizona’s history is unveiled through a tour of the Clemenceau Heritage Museum on October Friday and Saturday afternoons between 3:00-5:00pm. Seven creepy stations introduce participants to unusual happenings of the creepier kind in Cottonwood, Arizona’s history. Come in costume to add to the fun of this family friendly adventure.
Creepy tours are free, although contributions are most welcome as the event proceeds support the museum.
There is also a “SCAREVENGER” hunt happening at the same time. Purchase a ‘scarevenger’ hunt map for only $5 each. Each map purchaser is entered into a drawing qualifying them for fun prizes. Cameras are welcome for photo opportunities identified along the ‘hunt’ so that participants are able to create their own creepy family history.
Select and reserve the time of your visit at firstname.lastname@example.org. The museum is located in the historic Clemenceau Public School building at 1 North Willard Street -on the Mingus and Willard roundabout- in Cottonwood, AZ.
For more information visit www.clemenceaumuseum.com, email clemenceauheritagem@