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A Grand Giftshop

The Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum Giftshop has many quality items that will bring your gift-giving to a fine art. Our gifts are beautiful, meaningful and reflect our community’s heritage. Bullion’s excellent selection rivals that of other Arizona museum gift shops. We look forward to your visit.

Our Giftshop came to life from a suggestion by one of our past Board Members. Bullion had many items … from books to jewelry and minerals … all for sale. All these items were scattered around the lobby in individual cases and on shelves. There was a distinct lack of continuity and it was difficult for our visitors to focus on all the items.

So to correct this … we moved all the items for sale, and display cases, into one space and relocated the office to the 2nd floor. The result is the new gift shop.

This is an evolving space … with an interesting mix of items for sale. Many of the items are made through the vision of our local artists. Our Books comprise topics from local history to history of Arizona and the Southwest. From Frank Lloyd Wright to the Pleasant Valley War … from hand made jewelry to unique minerals. All of this and more … we have gathered for your enjoyment, something to take away … more than just a memory.

We hope you enjoy this unique space as much as we are developing it for you. And we hope you will enjoy watching it grow and change.

The Staff and Board of Directors
Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum

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Arizona Memory Project

As part of the Arizona Memory Project, Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum’s Research Assistant, Lee Ann Powers, appeared at the Globe-Miami Regional Chamber of Commerce, on Fri Sept 20th, to give a presentation on an early Globe business woman, Matilda Jane Moore, as part of Old Dominion Days, presented by our sister museum, Gila County Historical Museum (next door to the Chamber of Commerce). Matilda Jane Moore is one of many very interesting characters Lee Ann has discovered since digitizing the Arizona Record and the Arizona Silver Belt newspaper microfilms.

For more information on the Arizona Memory Project, go to their website at

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Summer Concerts

It’s summer time! Celebrate summer by bringing your family and friends to the FREE live music concerts every Saturday night in Globe and Miami. Bring your own lawn chairs… concessions will be available. Hosted by Bullion Plaza Museum here in Miami, the concerts are located at Miami Veterans Park. This concert program is sponsored by the Town of Miami.

6 Dates: Jun 8 – Aug 24
Hosted by Bullion Plaza Museum at Veterans Memorial Park, Miami, AZ

Join us on this event’s facebook page:

See you there!

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Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit

Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum will host the Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit this Fall from September 22nd through November 4th 2018. Visit us to attend programs and explore Arizona’s water stories. Water/Ways is part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and state humanities councils.

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James Kidd: A Prospector’s Soul

James Kidd, a copper prospector and visionary spiritualist, worked and lived in the Globe-Miami and Phoenix areas in Arizona. Born in New York in 1879, the lure of a fortune in minerals brought Kidd west in 1920. He worked for the Miami Copper Company as a Pumpman and also at the Old Dominion Mine in Globe.