The Arizona Copper Art Museum tells a genuine story, one that marries Arizona’s greatest treasure with world legends and fantastic art by returning copper home to where it all began. Starting in towns like Clarkdale, copper leaves, and then blossoms into an amazing story of the worlds’ most beautiful metal. It is told through a wonderful idea of combining history and stunning artifacts into truly enjoyable exhibits. Join us and see a proper tribute to the Centennial of Arizona, and find out why Arizona is nicknamed the Copper State. The museum has a massive and incomparable collection of over 5000 works of copper art and architecture of Western European and Northern American emphasis, spanning from 3500 B.C. to present day. Easily equivalent to most large city museum collections although purposely located in Clarkdale to connect with Arizona’s copper foundation.