In 2018, Allan Affeldt, along with a dedicated crew of artists, engineers, craftsmen, and government support, completed the rehabilitation and expansion of the 1930 depot into a museum—a brilliant example of adaptive reuse. The museum has gathered collections in conjunction with the Winslow Arts Trust and is now coalescing the artifacts into exhibits.
We are currently open seven days a week from 9 am – 5 pm. Admission is $5. If you are a Winslow resident, college student, or Native American, admission is free with proper ID!
The museum recently opened the Hubbell-Joe Rug exhibit, plus the Licher Collection of Historic Navajo Weavings exhibit in the Contemporary Gallery. To see the concepts for all six galleries, click the button below.
Future plans in and around the museum include a sculpture garden, renovation of the 502 Railcar, the Turrell trailer exhibit, and more.
Help Support the Affeldt Mion Museum, Winslow Az
The $2 million restoration and opening of the museum happened thanks to major support from Allan Affeldt and Tina Mion, City of Winslow, and NACOG Northern Arizona Council of Governments. We hope to continue to explore Winslow’s rich cultural history through AMM. If you’d like to support what we are doing, please click this link! Allan and Tina will match all gifts!