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Museums

  • Here is a museum that kids are going to enjoy thoroughly. Actually it’s a museum where even adults can "kid" around! At the Arizona Museum for Youth you get to enjoy a visual introduction to the wor...
  • In 2005 Mesa built the largest arts complex in Arizona. It`s the, where you can enjoy local and national theater, concerts, art exhibits, art classes and more. Browse around and observe beautiful ph...
  • Here is where you find roaring dinosaurs and much more. The valley’s only natural history museum is located in Mesa. The museum has a history courtyard where visitors pan for gold. Also a native peo...
  • This museum is dedicated to preserving Mesa`s history and it first opened to the public in 1987. It remains dedicated to preserving the history and background of Mesa and neighboring communities. Bu...
  • This is an independently operated aviation museum dedicated to the preservation, perpetuation and exhibition of historical aircraft, and to the men and women, both famous and unknown, who devoted th...
  • The museum was created so that present and future generations will know the significance of the creation and development of the Lake Havasu City area. Visitors will learn from the past and recognize...
  • Dedicated to appreciating diverse wildlife of the world and understanding conservation, the International Wildlife Museum was founded in 1988. The museum highlights over 400 species of insects, mamm...
  • This museum has a modern section along with renovated historic homes as part of its exhibit galleries. Located in the historic area of the city there is much to see and do here. Having an impressive...
  • This is the venue where history takes flight as one of the largest air and space museums in the world. This aviation museum has over 300 aircraft and spacecraft including many of the most historical...
  • Built in the 1870s this is one of Tucson`s oldest examples of adobe architecture. The beautiful home is decorated with furnishings from the 1880s and offers an array of exhibits highlighting Hispani...
  • This is a quaint little stone and wood building with an inviting feel about it. Art lovers will be drawn to Windrush Gallery that opened its doors from this very location in 1979. It has grown over ...
  • This is a gathering place where artists and art lovers enjoy exhibits of art works. Located in the beautiful red-rock country of Northern Arizona it offers a full palette of artistic creations by al...
  • This is actually a sales office for a timeshare scheme that is also a movie repository that may attract movie buffs. With a movie theater marquis on the outside there are pictures of movie stars who...
  • The Sedona Heritage Museum, located in Jordan Historical Park is a nice attraction. The main museum building was the farm home of Walter and Ruth Jordan that has its first room telling stories of Se...
  • The building was earlier housing the Territorial and State Legislatures and various other executive offices that have been relocated to adjacent buildings. The Capitol is now home to the Arizona Cap...
  • Established in 1929 by Dwight and Maie Heard, the collection chiefly comprised of their personal art and artifacts collection. Today the Heard Museum includes 10 exhibition galleries. There is much ...
  • This premier 203,000 square foot destination for world-class visual arts with modern galleries designed by experts has been Arizona’s cultural hub for nearly fifty years. Immerse yourself in culture...
  • The museum locates onsite of the 1,500 year-old Hohokam village ruins is located minutes away from the airport in metropolitan Phoenix. An Arizona Point of Pride it offers interesting exploration. T...
  • The Museum aims to instill understanding for indigenous cultures of the Southwest. Designed to resemble an Indian pueblo the Smoki Museum was built in 1935 with the mission to help save the heritage...
  • The Arizona Historical Society has put together an interesting museum in the former Coconino County Hospital that remains a must see for visitors to Flagstaff. Exhibits reflect Flagstaff and norther...
  • This airplane museum is located in Valle, AZ, between Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. Many of the aircraft on exhibit are "the sole surviving examples of their type." A satellite branch of the museu...
  • The museum is located just three miles north of Flagstaff and features exhibits relating to anthropology, biology, geology and fine art. It has both permanent and changing exhibits and is home to im...