Arizona's very own
SCOTTSDALE RODEO MUSEUM
See a collection of priceless artifacts from Arizona's rodeo history at the Old Town Scottsdale Parada del Sol Rodeo Museum!
The museum boasts rodeo artifacts going back to the 1950s, including saddles ridden by famous rodeo champions like Jake Barnes.
Inside you will also see bull ropes, saddles, photographs, and original Parada Del Sol posters of artwork by Kenneth M. Freeman.
SEE IT OR GET IN TOUCH
Visit the Old Town Scottsdale Parada del Sol Rodeo Museum! We’re located at 3806 N Brown Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on a private and/or group tour throughout the year!
Museum hours for 2023
After October 13, 2023
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am to 3pm
DON'T MISS THE MODERN RODEO!
Also known as the Parada Del Sol Rodeo, this PRCA-sanctioned rodeo event in the West’s Most Western Town is four days long each year. The Rodeo is located at Westworld of Scottsdale in March of each year!
Interested in some rodeo action?
Get the dates for Rodeo Scottsdale here.
Thank you for your contribution! Your donation is graciously appreciated and will help preserve, educate and promote the sport of Rodeo through our museum.
We have partnered with DonorBox and Stripe for museum donations. Stripe is a verified online payment provider, so your donation will be secure. (It will show up as “Stripe” on your credit card statement.)
The Old Town Scottsdale Parada del Sol Rodeo Museum is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization.