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  • Arizona African Art Museum

    400 N. Fifth St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

    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 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

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

  • Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum

    Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum

    1502 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-771-1600 The museum boasts one of the Southwest's largest jewel and mineral collections and includes many specimens from Arizona. More >>

  • Art Museum Cafe

    1625 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004-1640

  • Berlin Gallery at the Heard Museum

    Berlin Gallery at the Heard Museum

    2301 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Book of Kells Museum

    1106 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Children

    Children's Museum of Phoenix

    215 N. Seventh St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-253-0501 Housed inside the historic Monroe School in downtown Phoenix, this kid-centric museum is a must for parents trying to cure the summertime boredom blues. Of course, the Children's Museum on Phoenix is a great place to visit truly any time of year, with awesome exhibits like the infamous “noodle forest,” a waving, wiggling rainforest of lime green and orange polyethylene foam tubes. Other highlights for the little ones usually include the giant three-level play area when you first walk in; a fully set up grocery store where kiddos can shop, pay, and restock to their hearts' desires; and Pedal Power a tricycle track, complete with a “car wash.” For adults the building offers plenty to enjoy since the renovated structure features many of its original elements. For example the oak floors are the same ones laid down in 1913 and the north and south stairwells still boast their original banisters. More >>

  • Dorrance Planetarium

    Dorrance Planetarium

    Arizona Science Center Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center

    George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center

    415 E. Grant St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-254-7516 Changing exhibits and programs about the history of Arizona's African-American community. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Historic Roosevelt Home Tour

    3rd Ave & Lynwood Rd Phoenix, AZ 85003

  • Phoenix Airport Museum

    Phoenix Airport Museum

    3400 Sky Harbor Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-273-2105 If you're a responsible traveler you probably arrive at Sky Harbor Airport more than two hours before your flight. Good for you, you won't have to run to your gate. That also means you have time to check out the Phoenix Airport Museum before you board your plane. The airport's collection of art includes almost 600 pieces of artwork that promote Arizona's artistic and cultural heritage. The works, which have been acquired for the most part with percent-for-art money or through donations, can be viewed at locations throughout Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Sky Harbor Rental Car Center, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport. The majority of the exhibits are on display for about six months at a time, though several collections are considering on-going and have been on display for several years. And unlike at a typical museum, all the exhibits at Phoenix Sky Harbor at open 24-hours a day. More >>

  • Phoenix Airport Museum, Terminal 2

    Phoenix Airport Museum, Terminal 2

    3400 Sky Harbor Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Phoenix Airport Museum, Terminal 3

    3400 Sky Harbor Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Phoenix Airport Museum, Terminal 4

    Phoenix Airport Museum, Terminal 4

    3400 Sky Harbor Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Phoenix Art Museum

    Phoenix Art Museum

    1625 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-257-1222 Located on the Central Avenue Corridor, a historic strip of Downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Art Museum offers plenty to see for art aficionados and amateurs alike. It's the largest museum for visual art in the Southwest and offers 285,000-square-foot of collections that include more than 17,000 works of American, Asian, European, Latin American, Western American, modern and contemporary art, and fashion design. Since opening in 1959 the museum has hosted some 400 exhibitions and has been enjoyed by millions of vistors. Popular exhibits have included “The Art of Video Games,” “Order, Chaos, and the Space Between” and “Digital Print Fashion.” The museum also offer free admission every Wednesday night from 3 to 6 p.m. as well as on every first Friday of the month for the Downtown Phoenix art walk. It also houses the PhxArtKids galley, with pieces to appeal specifically to youngsters, a museum shop and the restaurant, Palette. More >>

  • Phoenix Design Museum

    411 S. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Phoenix Police Museum

    Phoenix Police Museum

    17 South 2nd Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-534-7278 Exhibits about Valley law enforcement, circa 1881 to the present. More >>

  • Phoenix Trolley Museum

    Phoenix Trolley Museum

    1218 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

    Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

    4619 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-495-0901 "The Hohokam: The Land and the People," the museum's main exhibit, has recently reopened in a new gallery space. Other standing installations include artifacts excavated at the site -- a Hohokam ruin -- in 1925, plus archaeological site maps and reconstruction drawings. More >>

  • Rosson House Museum

    Rosson House Museum

    113 N. Sixth St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Wells Fargo History Museum

    Wells Fargo History Museum

    100 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85003