• Colorado River Historical Society Museum •

"Preserving the history of the Tri-state area"

We would like to invite you to become a member of the Colorado River Historical Society!

Come join us in helping to preserve and protect all the wonderful history of Bullhead City and the Tri-state area we serve. Patron members will have their name prominently displayed in the museum and be invited to an exclusive reception at the museum.

We are staffed entirely by volunteers, so all your contribution dollars are used for the ongoing operation of the museum, the Lil’ Red Schoolhouse, and acquisition of displays.

The benefits of membership include a 10% discount in our gift shop (must be requested at time of purchase). You may also use your membership card for free admission to other museums in the area, including the Mohave, Needles, and Havasu museums.

The museum is a 501(c)(3) organization, and your membership dues may be tax deductible. Please check with your tax professional.

Sign up for your membership today

Annual Membership Plans

These links will take you directly to PayPal to donate for your plan with secure PayPal or credit card.

  Individual - $15

  Family - $25

  Patron Bronze/Business - $100

  Patron Silver - $250

  Patron Gold - $500

  Patron Platinum - $1,000

If you would like to fill out our CRHS Membership form and mail payment with check or money order, you can do so here: Membership Form. Please note Annual Membership plans expire at the end of each calendar year.

Other Unspecified Donation

If you would like to make an unspecified donation to the museum to be used at our discretion, such as, but not limited to items for our library, artifact acquisition, daily operations, etc. This link will take you directly to PayPal to to donate with secure PayPal or credit card.

  Unspecified Donation

Every donation helps! Thank you in advance for your consideration of participating in our Membership/Patron Program,our Building Fund or an Unspecified Donation! We look forward to seeing you at the CRHS Museum and Lil’ Red Schoolhouse located at the Community Park.