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  • Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum

    Pioneer Arizona Living History MuseumAt the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum you'll visit over 90 acres with 30 historic buildings from the 1880's to the turn of the century. Most of the original buildings and historically accurate...
    Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum
  • Heard Museum

    Heard MuseumThe internationally acclaimed Heard Museum is one of the best places to experience the myriad cultures and art of Native Americans of the Southwest. With a commanding presence on Central Avenue in dow...
    Heard Museum
  • Phoenix Museum of History

    Phoenix Museum of HistoryThe Phoenix Museum of History is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting the early history of Phoenix. Visitors of all ages enjoy interactive and educational exhibits showcasing Phoenix's ...
    Phoenix Museum of History
  • Arizona Capitol Museum

    Arizona Capitol MuseumRestored in 1981, the original Arizona State Capitol now is home to a museum and the state archives. Built in 1899, the building housed the territorial government until 1912, when Arizona's first gove...
    Arizona Capitol Museum
  • Arizona Mineral Museum

    Arizona Mineral MuseumThe Arizona Mineral Museum began as a Territorial Fair exhibit in 1884. It was so popular that in 1917 the Arizona State Legislature authorized funding to construct a mineral building on the State Fai...
    Arizona Mineral Museum
  • Wells Fargo's History Museum

    Wells Fargo's History Museums located in ,and their curators welcome visitors from around the world. Nine major cities host museums, five of those in California and one in Phoenix, Arizona. Collective...
    Wells Fargo's History Museum
  • Arizona Doll & Toy Museum

    Arizona Doll & Toy MuseumWe invite you to visit the Arizona Doll & Toy Museum, located in the Stevens House at Historic Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix. There is a variety of dolls and toys from yesteryear, as well as fam...
    Arizona Doll & Toy Museum
  • Rosson House Historic Museum

    Rosson House Historic MuseumDesigned in 1894 by Phoenix architect A. P. Petit, the Rosson House is an outstanding example of a Victorian architectural style named after Charles Eastlake. Purchased by the City of Phoenix in 1974,...
    Rosson House Historic Museum
  • Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting

    Hall of Flame Museum of FirefightingThe Hall of Flame Fire Museum and the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes, located in Phoenix, Arizona, has almost an acre of fire history exhibits, with over 90 fully restored pieces of fire apparat...
    Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting
  • Phoenix Police Museum

    Phoenix Police MuseumThe Museum features a mock up of an early 1900's police station. Also on display is a 1919 Ford Model A Police Car, old jail cell, and various artifacts from the Phoenix Police Department since the ea...
    Phoenix Police Museum
  • Museo Chicano

    Museo ChicanoMuseo Chicano is the first and only museum in Arizona that was founded and is operated by Latinos. It is a non-profit, community-based museum that promotes knowledge and appreciation of the cultures o...
    Museo Chicano
  • Phoenix Art Museum

    Phoenix Art MuseumPhoenixArt Museum is the Southwest\'s premier destination for world-class visual arts. Popular international exhibitions are shown along side the Museum\'s outstanding collection of more than 18,000 ...
    Phoenix Art Museum

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Arizona Capitol Museum

Restored in 1981, the original Arizona State Capitol now is home to a museum and the state archives. Built in 1899, the building housed the territorial government until 1912, when Arizona's first governor was inaugurated. Left empty after state offices moved to larger, adjacent buildings in 1974

Phoenix, AZ Museums


The Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo is the nation's largest privately owned, non-profit zoological parks, standing on 125 acres in Phoenix's Papago Park. The Zoo is home to approximately 1,400 animals including 200

Phoenix, AZ Zoos

Desert Botanical Garden

The Desert Botanical Garden offers the world's largest collection of arid-land plants from deserts of the world in a unique outdoor setting. The Garden has more than 50,000

Phoenix, AZ Botanical Gardens

Arizona Mineral Museum

The Arizona Mineral Museum began as a Territorial Fair exhibit in 1884. It was so popular that in 1917 the Arizona State Legislature authorized funding to construct a mineral building on the State Fairgrounds. It was completed in 1919

Phoenix, AZ Museums

Things to do near Phoenix, AZ

Tempe Town Lake

Tempe Town Lake, located adjacent to Downtown Tempe, provides a 2-mile recreational haven for kayaking, sailing, rowing, jogg...

Surprise Aquatics Center

Looking for some cool and affordable summer fun? Surprise's 10,562-square-foot Aquatics Center takes swimming beyond the box....