Your Health & Safety

Community Update – May 15, 2020

With the statewide Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order expiring today, we are working on the best and safest way to reopen our buildings at Heritage Square. Throughout the rest of this month we will be closed in order to deep clean our buildings and put safety measures into place. When we are able to reopen for tours of the Rosson House Museum, we will be doing so with limited hours and tour sizes. Please continue to follow us on our social media platforms or visit our website for our reopening date and any other updates about Heritage Square, as well as for our quality educational content. Until we see you again – keep staying healthy, and think happy history thoughts!


Community Update – March 12, 2020

The Rosson House Museum, Visitor Center, The Bungalow museum store, Heritage Gallery, and Heritage Square Foundation offices are TEMPORARILY CLOSED until further notice (City Park open space at Heritage Square remains open). Tours and programs are postponed in support of the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and our community. We will continue to monitor the situation, and will reopen and reschedule when we feel we are able to safely do so.

The Rosson House and other buildings at Heritage Square have survived two World Wars, the Great Depression, urban renewal, various recessions, and even Life without Air Conditioning (*gasp*). However, though we’re temporarily closing, we are not giving up! We will still be with you on social media and on our website, sharing the history of Heritage Square and Phoenix, and encouraging everyone to do what we all can to support one another during this unprecedented time.

As a nonprofit organization, we’ve relied on you, our community, for your support since we began this journey in the 1970s to save this piece of Phoenix history. Today is no different – we ask you to make a donation, buy a gift card, or purchase a tour ticket so you can visit your favorite historic house when we reopen! We have been honored to be able to preserve these local landmarks, sharing their histories and creating a memorable place for our community for over 40 years. Thank you for making our story a part of yours – stay safe and healthy, and we hope to see you in person again soon!

If you have any questions or concerns about our temporary closure, please contact our staff at Check our website and our social media pages for all updates.

To stay up to date with COVID-19 health guidelines, here are a few helpful websites:

City of Phoenix

Maricopa County Health Department

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)