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  • 390th Memorial Museum

    390th Memorial Museum

    6000 E. Valencia Road Tucson, AZ 85706
    520-574-0287

    http://www.390th.org

  • Acadia Ranch Museum

    825 E. Mount Lemmon Highway Oracle, AZ 85623
    520-896-9609

  • African American Multicultural Museum

    African American Multicultural Museum

    617 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257
    480-314-4400

  • Americas Gallery at ASU Art Museum

    51 E. Tenth St. Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-965-2787

    http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/collections/americagallery.htm

  • The Amerind Museum

    The Amerind Museum

    Near I-10 in Texas Canyon Dragoon, AZ 85609
    520-586-3666

    http://www.amerind.org

  • Apache County Historical Museum

    Apache County Historical Museum

    180 W. Cleveland Saint Johns, AZ 85936
    520-337-4737

  • Arizona African Art Museum

    400 N. Fifth St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-307-0893

    19th- and 20th-century masks and sculpture from Zaire, Ghana and Nigeria are displayed. More >>

  • Arizona Capitol Museum

    Arizona Capitol Museum

    1700 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-926-3620

    http://www.lib.az.us/museum/index.cfm In 1889 Arizona's state capitol moved permanently to Phoenix after hopping from city to city over a period of years. The original Arizona State Capitol Building in 1900, dedicated on February 25, 1901 and was designated a museum in 1977. The building served as the actual state capitol when Arizona became the 48th state in 1912 and the governor's office was located in the building until the mid 1970s. The building now houses the Arizona Capitol Museum and the Governor's Office, other departments and the Senate and House of Representatives are in nearby buildings. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic places. The collections in the museum are part of the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records and the collections include “Curtis the Collector: Native American Baskets, Pottery and Miscellany,” “David Swing Painting Collection,” “Images from the Edward Curtis Collection at the Arizona Capitol Museum,” and the “USS Arizona Silver Service Collection.” More >>

  • Arizona Doll and Toy Museum

    Arizona Doll and Toy Museum

    602 E. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-253-9337

    Featuring playthings of yesterday and today, plus a 1912-vintage schoolroom with antique dolls sitting in for the students. More >>

  • Arizona Historical Society Museum

    Arizona Historical Society Museum

    1300 N. College Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-929-9499

    http://www.arizonahistoricalsociety.org The facility features changing exhibits about the history of Arizona. More >>

  • Arizona Military Museum

    Arizona Military Museum

    5636 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85008
    602-267-2676

    http://www.azdema.gov/museum/index.html This museum is operated by the Arizona National Guard Historical Society, a private non-profit corporation, and aims to preserve the military history of Arizona. The museums' 25 exhibits contains all varieties of artifacts including uniforms, weapons, newspapers, maps and vehicles that showcase the history of the armed forces in the state. There are displays on prisoners of war, World War I and the Arizona National Guard. The museum was founded in 1975 and is maintained by officers and directors who serve as docents, working with National Guard support to direct and upkeep the museum. The building itself is a piece of Arizona history, constructed in 1936 as a Depression-era public works project. The raw adobe building served as a National Guard arsenal until World War II at which time it was converted into a maintenance shop for German prisoners of war who were held at a nearby POW camp. More >>

  • Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum

    Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum

    1502 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-771-1600

    http://www.admmr.state.az.us/General/museum.html The museum boasts one of the Southwest's largest jewel and mineral collections and includes many specimens from Arizona. More >>

  • Arizona Museum For Youth

    Arizona Museum For Youth

    35 N. Robson Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-644-2467

    http://www.arizonamuseumforyouth.com/Home.aspx When it was founded in 1980 the Arizona Museum for Youth was the only childrens museum in the United States dedicated specifically to fine art. The museum was the dream of philanthropists Jack and John Whiteman and has become a place for Valley residents to introduce children to the world of art and discover self-expression. Exhibits at the museum include both traditional art displays and participatory components that allow children to explore the fine arts as well as their own creativity. The museum is housed inside what used to be a grocery store and one exhibit, Artville, is a mini-sized art-focused town for kids. The museum gift shop is also a great place to find affordable gifts for kids including a variety of books, educational toys and more. More >>

  • Arizona Museum of Natural History

    Arizona Museum of Natural History

    53 N. Macdonald St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-644-2230

    http://www.azmnh.org In more than 40 exhibits ranging from murals and skeletal reconstructions to three animated models (Tyrannosaurus rex, Pentaceratops and Stegosaurus), dinosaurs are showcased in the "Dinosaur Mountain" exhibition, roaring, snarling and devouring each other. The facility features a variety of changing exhibitions, many science-related. More >>

  • Arizona Pop Culture Experience

    Arizona Pop Culture Experience

    21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    480-515-4376

    http://www.azpopculturemuseum.com At the Desert Ridge Marketplace kids and comic nerds can find paradise at the Arizona Popular Culture Expereince, crammed full of every sort of popular culture memorabilia. In the front room, you'll find rooms filled from floor to ceiling with figurines from Star Wars, Star Trek, Indian Jones and Doctor Who, as well as screen-worn costumes from Stargate and Caprica. Upstairs houses a labyrinth of racks holding plastic figurines of sports heroes, rock n' rollers and G.I. Joes. The entire collection belongs to Valley resident John Edwards, who's been collecting these and similar items since 1966. He created the museum to promote education and creativity and every where you look in the museum you'll find colorful boxes of figures, posters and more. Admission costs $5 a person though children ages six to 17 are $3 when accompanied by an adult. More >>

  • Arizona Popular Culture Experience

    21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    480-515-4376

    http://www.azpopculturemuseum.com

  • Arizona Railway Museum

    Arizona Railway Museum

    330 E. Ryan Road Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-821-1108

    http://www.azrymuseum.org

  • Arizona Railway Museum

    399 N. Delaware St. Chandler, AZ 85225-5575
    480-821-1108

    http://www.azrymuseum.org

  • Arizona State Museum

    1013 E. University Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85721
    520-621-6302

    http://www.statemuseum.arizona.edu

  • Arizona Wing Commemorative Air Force Museum

    Arizona Wing Commemorative Air Force Museum

    2017 N. Greenfield Road Mesa, AZ 85215
    480-924-1940

    http://www.azcaf.org The Arizona Wing Commemorative Air Force Museum is located at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa and displays a collection of aircraft from WW I through the Vietnam War. The collection includes planes such as the B-17G Flying Fortress Sentimental Journey, B-25, C-45, SNJ, F4 Phantom, Migs and other warbirds. You can even climb into the B-17 for a first-hand experience of what the cramped interior of the aircraft feels and looks like. Artifacts and memorabilia from that time period are also on display, reflecting military and aviation history. The facility 30,000 square-foot facility is surrounded by combat aircraft and offers a gift shop as well. More >>

  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

    Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

    2021 N. Kinney Road Tucson, AZ 85743
    520-883-2702

    http://www.desertmuseum.org

  • Art Museum Cafe

    1625 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004-1640
    602-257-2191

  • Arts In Old Town

    7144 E. 1st Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4306
    480-945-2045

  • ASU Art Museum

    ASU Art Museum

    51 E. 10th St. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-2787

    http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu Nestled in the middle of a sprawling, desert-pink complex, ASU Art Museum was designed by Antoine Predock in 1989. The galleries of the museum are arranged in three levels, with the main floor underground. Predock intended for the space to be mysterious and for the layout to be a little tricky to navigate; this way, the experience of the museum is truly a process of discovery. More >>

  • ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center

    ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center

    699 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-2787

    http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/ceramicsresearchcenter

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