Arizona State Museum Tucson
Where is it at?
Arizona State Museum
University of Arizona
1013 E. University Blvd
Where are we going today?
Arizona is an AMAZING state, as are all the cultures that have been part of it, and still are! So why not take the family to a place that celebrates these cultures, as well as the entire Southwest and northern Mexico - the Arizona State Museum!
Located on the campus of the University of Arizona, this fascinating museum has a number of exhibits which cover a whole range of topics - great for education!
You can explore the famous Navajo pottery (there are over 20,000 vessels in the museum!), and celebrates 2,000 years of these pottery-making traditions.
Explore the exhibit of the American Indians of the Southwest, where there are artifacts which even date back to the prehistoric period! There are life-sized dioramas, as well as audio/video presentations that will all contribute to your already amazing experience! There are even tours that you can take which can give you even more information.
What's also great about the Arizona State Museum, is that there are often events that you can join in on, which will really give you a deeper understanding of some of their topics. Maybe you want to check out the Southwest Indian Art Fair, or explore the Hands-On Discovery Carts?
The Arizona State Museum also offers tours which are free with a paid admission. They start at 1pm, and the informative docents can answer any questions that you might have!
Spend some time celebrating an amazing part of the country at the Arizona State Museum! You might just be amazed at what you learn!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$5 (over 18)
When can we go?
10am - 5pm Exhibits and Store
All year round. Closed July 3 and 4, and Memorial Day
There are a range of school programs specific to different age groups so you can extend the education outside of the classroom!.
Any Top Tips?
Check the events before you go because you might just want to fit them into your diary! .
Doing our bit
The museum are proud of all the cultures that make up the Southwest and northern Mexico. It's a tribute to culture gone, and still around today. .
Need a little extra help?
Give them a call if you need assistance and see how they can help.
Can I get one of those?
There is a store with native goods and fascinating items that you can take home with you .
Your are free if you have paid admission.
What people are saying?
by Russel Shaw
Well balbir525 a museum is almost never gonna be free. You've gotta pay something for them to stay on business. You must be one of those people who expects everything for free or in other words "something for nothing".
please do not waste your time to go there. it is not free and you have to have a CAD member to get in free. No parking any where around. Luckily i found some spot after half hr driving around.
Not worth a trip !!
by Medyaremania Riddle Al Ghiffary
Amazing collections, Thanks,
by A Google User
I've loved going to this museum so much over the years and the library upstairs. The best gallery is in the NW corner ... it took me 4 times to the museum before I found this little gem. Free, fun, & educational. Oooo there is a fun turtle park a block north worth checking out.
by A Google User
Really enjoyed it!