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Historic Coronado Motor Hotel 233 Fourth Avenue, Yuma, AZ   85364 Telephone: (928) 783-4453     Toll Free: 1-877-234-5567 info@coronadomotorhotel.com
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Yuma Attractions Yuma, being the safest places to cross the Colorado River during the settling of the west, is steeped in history, but it has more to offer the visitor and resident. Main street offers shopping, night life includes casinos, restaurants and sports bars, and the outdoor enthusiasts spend time in the Wetlands, on the river tubing, hiking and biking. Music and art lovers visit the theater and art center and golfers find more than one course to play.
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Arizona Big Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum, Located at 240 Madison Avenue Yuma, Az. 85364, the Sanguinetti House Museum was constructed in 1870”s and was purchased in 1890 by pioneer merchant E.F. Sanguinetti. Calls can be made to (928)7882-1841. Quechan Indian Museum, contains many tribal artifacts and the headquarters for the Quechan Indian Tribe. It is located in Fort Yuma, one of the oldest military posts in the Arizona Territory and offered protection for the settlers in the day and secured the Yuma Crossing. The Museum is on Indian Hill Road, across the Colorado River, near the Territorial Prison. Call (619)572-0661. Casa De Coronado Museum, located on the hotel property, is rich with the history of the hotel, Best Western, and tourism of Arizona, as well as Yuma. For more about this museum, click here. It is open by appointment only. Cocopah Indian Museum, located 14 miles south of Highway 95, exhibits and sells articles of the Cocopah tribe, who have been called hunters, warriors, agriculturists and artists. The Historic Yuma Theater, is located at 224 Main Street in a restored art deco building, circa 193. The original carbon arc projectors and excellent acoustics are still intact. The Gene Savage Memorial Organ was recently restored and installed and will be the only working theater organ in the state. Tours are available by request by calling the Cultural Council of Yuma. Old Plank Road, was built near the turn of the century to facilitate travel over the Arizona/California sands. Made of wooden planks, it supported the wheels of pioneer wagons and early automobiles. You’ll find the monument, with remnants 17 miles west of Yuma, north of I-8. Old Tumco Ghost Town and Gold Mine, is located 22 miles Northwest of Yuma, near Gold Rock Ranch. Once a roaring mining town of 3,000 people, between 1870 and 1909 it is estimated that Tumco mines produced $11 million in gold. Beware of open mine shafts. A four-wheel drive vehicle is necessary. Yuma Quartermaster Depot, is probably the oldest American-built structure in Yuma. Located on a bluff overlooking the Colorado River, it was used as a major supply center for troops during the Indian Wars of the 1870’s. Yuma Territorial Prison State Park, Located at Giss Parkway and Prison Hill Road. Between 1876 and 1909, this penitentiary housed many of Arizona’s most dangerous criminals. Famed in literature, movies and television, the remains of the prison are now an Arizona State Park. The cells, main gate and guard tower have endured as grim reminders of frontier justice. Museum exhibits document the story of the prison. Open 8:00 am to 5pm. June 1- August 31: Open Thurs.-Mon. Closed Tues. & Wed. June 1- August 31: 9am-5pm. Mon-Sat. Closed Sunday. Yuma Art Center, Due to a tragic fire that claimed the building which hosted the Yuma Art Center, current cultural offerings are staged in various locations in town. For information on activities and events call (928)783-2314 Yuma Year-Round Walk by Tucson Volkssport Walking Klub -  Starting and ending at the historic Coronado Motor Hotel, the walk route follows Yuma city sidewalks, paved bike paths, and gravel paths, through city parks, along the Colorado River, past many historic sites including the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, and Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, and through the Yuma downtown area which offers numerous and interesting shopping experiences. Learn more at http://www.tucsonwalking.esmartweb.com/yumayre.html 
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Historic Coronado Motor Hotel 233 Fourth Avenue, Yuma, AZ   85364 Telephone: (928) 783-4453 Toll Free: 1-877-234-5567 info@coronadomotorhotel.com
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Yuma Attractions Yuma, being the safest places to cross the Colorado River during the settling of the west, is steeped in history, but it has more to offer the visitor and resident. Main street offers shopping, night life includes casinos, restaurants and sports bars, and the outdoor enthusiasts spend time in the Wetlands, on the river tubing, hiking and biking. Music and art lovers visit the theater and art center and golfers find more than one course to play.
Arizona Big Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum, Located at 240 Madison Avenue Yuma, Az. 85364, the Sanguinetti House Museum was constructed in 1870”s and was purchased in 1890 by pioneer merchant E.F. Sanguinetti. Calls can be made to (928)7882-1841. Quechan Indian Museum, contains many tribal artifacts and the headquarters for the Quechan Indian Tribe. It is located in Fort Yuma, one of the oldest military posts in the Arizona Territory and offered protection for the settlers in the day and secured the Yuma Crossing. The Museum is on Indian Hill Road, across the Colorado River, near the Territorial Prison. Call (619)572-0661. Casa De Coronado Museum, located on the hotel property, is rich with the history of the hotel, Best Western, and tourism of Arizona, as well as Yuma. For more about this museum, click here. It is open by appointment only. Cocopah Indian Museum, located 14 miles south of Highway 95, exhibits and sells articles of the Cocopah tribe, who have been called hunters, warriors, agriculturists and artists. The Historic Yuma Theater, is located at 224 Main Street in a restored art deco building, circa 193. The original carbon arc projectors and excellent acoustics are still intact. The Gene Savage Memorial Organ was recently restored and installed and will be the only working theater organ in the state. Tours are available by request by calling the Cultural Council of Yuma. Old Plank Road, was built near the turn of the century to facilitate travel over the Arizona/California sands. Made of wooden planks, it supported the wheels of pioneer wagons and early automobiles. You’ll find the monument, with remnants 17 miles west of Yuma, north of I-8. Old Tumco Ghost Town and Gold Mine, is located 22 miles Northwest of Yuma, near Gold Rock Ranch. Once a roaring mining town of 3,000 people, between 1870 and 1909 it is estimated that Tumco mines produced $11 million in gold. Beware of open mine shafts. A four-wheel drive vehicle is necessary. Yuma Quartermaster Depot, is probably the oldest American-built structure in Yuma. Located on a bluff overlooking the Colorado River, it was used as a major supply center for troops during the Indian Wars of the 1870’s. Yuma Territorial Prison State Park, Located at Giss Parkway and Prison Hill Road. Between 1876 and 1909, this penitentiary housed many of Arizona’s most dangerous criminals. Famed in literature, movies and television, the remains of the prison are now an Arizona State Park. The cells, main gate and guard tower have endured as grim reminders of frontier justice. Museum exhibits document the story of the prison. Open 8:00 am to 5pm. June 1- August 31: Open Thurs.-Mon. Closed Tues. & Wed. June 1- August 31: 9am-5pm. Mon-Sat. Closed Sunday. Yuma Art Center, Due to a tragic fire that claimed the building which hosted the Yuma Art Center, current cultural offerings are staged in various locations in town. For information on activities and events call (928)783-2314 Yuma Year-Round Walk by Tucson Volkssport Walking Klub -  Starting and ending at the historic Coronado Motor Hotel, the walk route follows Yuma city sidewalks, paved bike paths, and gravel paths, through city parks, along the Colorado River, past many historic sites including the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, and Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, and through the Yuma downtown area which offers numerous and interesting shopping experiences. Learn more at http://www.tucsonwalking.esmartweb.com/yumayre.html 
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Historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ Click to Reserve
Historic Coronado Motor Hotel 233 Fourth Avenue, Yuma, AZ   85364 Telephone: (928) 783-4453 Toll Free: 1-877-234-5567 info@coronadomotorhotel.com
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Yuma Attractions Yuma, being the safest places to cross the Colorado River during the settling of the west, is steeped in history, but it has more to offer the visitor and resident. Main street offers shopping, night life includes casinos, restaurants and sports bars, and the outdoor enthusiasts spend time in the Wetlands, on the river tubing, hiking and biking. Music and art lovers visit the theater and art center and golfers find more than one course to play.
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Arizona Big Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum, Located at 240 Madison Avenue Yuma, Az. 85364, the Sanguinetti House Museum was constructed in 1870”s and was purchased in 1890 by pioneer merchant E.F. Sanguinetti. Calls can be made to (928)7882-1841. Quechan Indian Museum, contains many tribal artifacts and the headquarters for the Quechan Indian Tribe. It is located in Fort Yuma, one of the oldest military posts in the Arizona Territory and offered protection for the settlers in the day and secured the Yuma Crossing. The Museum is on Indian Hill Road, across the Colorado River, near the Territorial Prison. Call (619)572-0661. Casa De Coronado Museum, located on the hotel property, is rich with the history of the hotel, Best Western, and tourism of Arizona, as well as Yuma. For more about this museum, click here. It is open by appointment only. Cocopah Indian Museum, located 14 miles south of Highway 95, exhibits and sells articles of the Cocopah tribe, who have been called hunters, warriors, agriculturists and artists. The Historic Yuma Theater, is located at 224 Main Street in a restored art deco building, circa 193. The original carbon arc projectors and excellent acoustics are still intact. The Gene Savage Memorial Organ was recently restored and installed and will be the only working theater organ in the state. Tours are available by request by calling the Cultural Council of Yuma. Old Plank Road, was built near the turn of the century to facilitate travel over the Arizona/California sands. Made of wooden planks, it supported the wheels of pioneer wagons and early automobiles. You’ll find the monument, with remnants 17 miles west of Yuma, north of I-8. Old Tumco Ghost Town and Gold Mine, is located 22 miles Northwest of Yuma, near Gold Rock Ranch. Once a roaring mining town of 3,000 people, between 1870 and 1909 it is estimated that Tumco mines produced $11 million in gold. Beware of open mine shafts. A four-wheel drive vehicle is necessary. Yuma Quartermaster Depot, is probably the oldest American-built structure in Yuma. Located on a bluff overlooking the Colorado River, it was used as a major supply center for troops during the Indian Wars of the 1870’s. Yuma Territorial Prison State Park, Located at Giss Parkway and Prison Hill Road. Between 1876 and 1909, this penitentiary housed many of Arizona’s most dangerous criminals. Famed in literature, movies and television, the remains of the prison are now an Arizona State Park. The cells, main gate and guard tower have endured as grim reminders of frontier justice. Museum exhibits document the story of the prison. Open 8:00 am to 5pm. June 1- August 31: Open Thurs.-Mon. Closed Tues. & Wed. June 1- August 31: 9am-5pm. Mon-Sat. Closed Sunday. Yuma Art Center, Due to a tragic fire that claimed the building which hosted the Yuma Art Center, current cultural offerings are staged in various locations in town. For information on activities and events call (928)783-2314 Yuma Year- Round Walk by Tucson Volkssport Walking Klub -  Starting and ending at the historic Coronado Motor Hotel, the walk route follows Yuma city sidewalks, paved bike paths, and gravel paths, through city parks, along the Colorado River, past many historic sites including the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, and Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, and through the Yuma downtown area which offers numerous and interesting shopping experiences. Learn more at http://www.tucsonwalking.esmartweb.com/yu mayre.html 
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