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  • 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 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 >>

  • Champlin Fighter Museum

    4636 E. Fighter Aces Drive Mesa, AZ 85215-2502
    480-830-4542

  • i.d.e.a. Museum

    150 W. Pepper Place Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-644-2468

    http://www.ideamuseum.org

  • Mesa Historical Museum

    Mesa Historical Museum

    2345 N. Horne Mesa, AZ 85203
    480-835-7358

    http://www.mesahistoricalmuseum.org 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 >>

  • Sirrine House Historic Museum

    160 N. Center Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-644-3428

    http://www.arizonamuseumofnaturalhistory.org/sirrine.aspx The Victorian house, on the National Register of Historic Places, was built by original resident Joel E. Sirrine for his bride, Caroline, and has been restored to the way it appeared when they moved away in 1904. More >>

  • Sirrine House Museum

    160 N. Center St. Mesa, AZ 85201-6627
    602-644-2760

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