Fodor's Expert Review Butterfly Lodge Museum

Greer Museum/Gallery

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Butterfly Lodge Museum was built as a hunting lodge in 1914 for author James Willard Schultz and his artist son, Lone Wolf, a prolific painter of Indian and Western scenes. There's a small gift shop where you can buy prints of his work as well as other art and books on pioneer life and Arizona history. Take time to watch the surrounding meadow come to life with the lodge's fluttering butterflies. (The lodge was built by John Butler, the husband of "Aunt Molly," of Molly Butler Lodge fame.)

Museum/Gallery

Quick Facts

AZ 373 at CR 1126
Greer, Arizona  85927, USA

928-735–7514

www.butterflylodgemuseum.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $2, Memorial Day–Labor Day, Thurs.–Sun. 10–5

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