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  • Halle Heart Center Museum

    Halle Heart Center Museum

    2929 S. 48th St. Tempe, AZ 85282

  • Heard Museum

    Heard Museum

    2301 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-252-8848 From humble beginnings, when the Dwight and Maie Bartlett Heard founded the museum in what was then a small Southwestern town, to the impressive world-class museum it is today, the Heard Museum has come a long way. The Heard opened in 1929 and houses internally recognized collections of Native American artifacts and artwork. You can find century-old Katchina dolls, archives of traditional baskets, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and clothing all created by members of Native tribes throughout the country. Though the museum aims to educate about the arts, heritage and lives of all the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, the emphasis lies on the American Indian tribes of the Southwestern region. In addition of the high quality collections the Heard offers education programming and festivals. The museum has two locations, one in downtown Phoenix and second in north Scottsdale both of which feature a shop and cafe. More >>

  • Heard Museum West

    16126 N. Civic Center Plaza Surprise, AZ 85374

  • Historic Roosevelt Home Tour

    3rd Ave & Lynwood Rd Phoenix, AZ 85003

  • Hoo-Hoogam Ki Museum

    Hoo-Hoogam Ki Museum

    10005 E. Osborn Road Scottsdale, AZ 85256

  • House of Broadcasting: Arizona's Radio & Television Museum

    7150 E. Fifth Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    602-944-1997 Local celebrity and television paraphernalia includes items from The Wallace & Ladmo Show and Buck Owens' famous red-white-and-blue guitar, plus the Tom Chauncey Collection, featuring memorabilia from the former owner of Channel 10. More >>

  • i.d.e.a. Museum

    150 W. Pepper Place Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Indo-American Cultural Center

    2809 W. Maryland Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85017

  • International Wildlife Museum

    International Wildlife Museum

    4800 W. Gates Pass Road Tucson, AZ 85745

  • Katydid Insect Museum

    5060 W Bethany Home Rd Glendale, AZ 85301-5271

  • The Little House Museum

    seven miles west of Eager on S. Fork Road Springerville, AZ 85938

  • McFarlane


    9410 W. Hanna Drive Glendale, AZ 85305
    623-670-5601 If you're looking for a place to buy an action figure, McFarlane, located at Westgate in Glendale, is it. That is assuming that you're not interested in child-friendly toys like My Little Pony (though they have that, too) and are interested in life-like action figures of American soldiers or a bound, blindfolded and buxom S&M version of Dorthy from The Wizard of Oz. McFarlane's takes its name from Todd McFarlane, a Canadian cartoonist, artist, writer toy designer and entrepreneur who's best known for creating the Spawn cartoon and working on Marvel's Spider-Man franchise. In addition to collectible sports figures and twisted toys from McFarlane's mind, the store carries characters from Halo and Nightmare on Elm street. More >>

  • Mesa Historical Museum

    Mesa Historical Museum

    2345 N. Horne Mesa, AZ 85203
    480-835-7358 The space chronicles the history of the town, from its pioneer days to the present, with an emphasis on economic development and education, and also hosts Mesa's Sports Hall of Fame. More >>

  • Mohave Museum of History and Arts

    Mohave Museum of History and Arts

    400 W. Beale St. Kingman, AZ 86401

  • Museum at Papago Park

    1300 N. College Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    149 N. Stone Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701

  • Museum of Northern Arizona

    Museum of Northern Arizona

    3101 North Fort Valley Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001

  • Musical Instrument Museum Music Theater

    Musical Instrument Museum Music Theater

    4725 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    480-478-6000 Located at the Musical Instrument Museum this intimate 300-seat theater hosts concerts unlikely to be seen at typical music venues. The concert hall features comfortable seating and top of the line acoustics. The concerts, like the instruments on display at the museum, reflect the musical cultures of every corner of the globe. The privately-funded Musical Instrument Musuem is located in North Scottsdale and opened in April 2010. It's a beautiful, open and inviting space with a contemporary Southwestern vibe and their collection of more than 15,000 instruments includes examples of musical artifacts from nearly every nation on the globe. More >>

  • Musical Instrument Museum

    Musical Instrument Museum

    4725 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    480-478-6000 This privately-funded museum located in North Scottsdale opened in April 2010 and totally delivered on the hype preceding it. It's a beautiful, open and inviting space with a contemporary Southwestern vibe and their collection of more than 15,000 instruments includes examples of musical artifacts from nearly every nation on the globe. The best part about the experience though, is that each of the displays magically senses your presence and plays appropriate audio (through wireless headphones provided by the museum) and video on flat-panel monitors. You'll hear the sounds of instruments from places the average traveler has likely never been and get a chance for some good old fashioned celebrity worship at the museum's Artist Gallery. Larger countries such as India, China and Russia boast multiple displays with subsections highlighting their different types of ethnic, folk and tribal music. And food lovers have something to look forward to as well since the MIM cafe serves up global cuisine at a pretty fair price. More >>

  • Northern Arizona University Art Museum

    Old Main Building Flagstaff, AZ 86001

  • Old West Movie Poster Museum

    1300 N. Stone Ave. Tucson, AZ 85705

  • Penske Racing Museum

    Penske Racing Museum

    7125 E. Chauncey Lane Phoenix, AZ 85054
    480-538-4444 There are a lot of nice cars in Scottsdale, that's for sure. But there's only one place where you can oogle the goods of the most winning cars in the history of racing. In case you're not a racing fan the aforementioned “winners” refers to the Penske Racing Team, which has in fact been awarded the most wins in the history of the sport. Since they've already done pretty much everything else, they decided to build an 8,000-square-foot museum as an ode to their achievements. At the Penske Racing Museum, located among the high-end car dealerships in Scottsdale, diehard Penske fans can not only drool over memorabilia, but also catch some action in two full-size simulators, on a custom-designed racetrack, or on the off-road course. They also have 16 championship winning cars on display, including the 1984 Indy winner, the Pennzoil No. 6 car. More >>

  • Peoria Historical Society Museum

    Peoria Historical Society Museum

    10304 N. 83rd Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345

  • Petersen House Museum

    Petersen House Museum

    1414 W. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-350-5151 A restored Queen Anne-style dwelling. More >>

  • Phippen Museum of Western Art

    Phippen Museum of Western Art

    4701 Highway 89 N. Prescott, AZ 86301

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