Welcome to The Bungalow
The Bungalow is a space for Heritage Square visitors to shop, craft, snack and relax.
Now featuring —
- Antique tools for visitors to get hands-on with history and try out for themselves in our Handcrafted room
- Beautiful Victorian-style jewelry from Victorian Trading’s popular 1928 and Downton Abby Collections
- Relaxing all-natural botanicals from Jardiniere
- Hand-fired pottery by local artisan Karen Flanigan
- Handmade wood toys by Jim Esdon
- Hand-dyed wool yarn from Chile Acres Farm’s own sheep
- Iconic Cocktail Co. mixers
The store will continue to stock books, trinkets, unique finds, old fashioned soda and snacks, and much, much more. We’re adding new treats for you every day!
Handcrafted workshops at The Bungalow are starting up in late September, with a reprise of our very popular Modern Calligraphy class with Laurie Blackwell. Keep an eye on our events calendar and Facebook page to sign up for this and other great, creative workshops!
You are Here: Stevens House
The Stevens House was built in 1901 by Constance Stevens, a widow and clerk in the local retail business known as the New York Store. Like the other small homes on Heritage Square, this house is a bungalow – an architectural style that was gaining in popularity at the turn of the century.
Directions & Parking
The Bungalow and the Rosson House Museum at Heritage Square are part of Heritage & Science Park on the southeast corner of 6th Street and Monroe (1 block south of Van Buren and 7th Street) in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. A public parking garage is conveniently located at 5th Street and Monroe (please bring your parking garage ticket with you to be validated for a reduced parking fee).
Bus routes 1, 3, and 7 all stop at Van Buren and 7th Street. Light rail stops at 3rd Street and Washington (west bound) and 3rd Street and Jefferson (east bound).