A regional museum of the Arizona Historical Society, the Century House is one of Yuma's oldest and most historical buildings. Once the home of pioneer merchant E.F. Sanguinetti, the museum now exhibits artifacts, photographs and furnishings of Arizona's territorial period.
The museum is graced by colorful gardens and aviaries with exotic and talking birds. These aviaries and gardens have been maintained to reflect how the originally were at the turn of the century.
The museum, library and gift shop are open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays year round. Admission is by donation. Please call to inquire about personal tours, films and lectures.