Built 125 years ago, Rosson House is a unique museum and an important part of the city and the history of Phoenix. The House boasts Victorian, Queen Anne style architectural features and is distinctive in that it’s one of a rapidly dwindling number of 19th century buildings remaining in Phoenix.
Time and the damaging effects of Arizona's sun took its toll on Rosson House, but our community came together to save this once-beautiful home, and to restore it to its former glory as a museum. It remains open to the public today because of community support.
Now, for this national day of giving as well as for the 125th anniversary of Rosson House, we're asking our community for their help keeping history alive at Heritage Square. Your support means we can continue preserving these local landmarks and our collection, continue sharing our educational programs and exhibits, and extend our community outreach to make sure that everyone gets to experience this history and this wonderful place.