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Museo Chicano Museo 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 of Latinos. The museum does so by presenting local and international exhibitions and educational programs on the art, history, and cultures of Latinos.

The museum store serves as an excellent resource for artistic and educational products with imported fine art as well as folk art, prints and posters, jewelry, and classical and contemporary bi-lingual books and videos.


Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-4pm.
Address: 147 E. Adams Street
Phone: 602-257-5536
Our Email: lizgauna@cox.net
Our Website:www.museochicano.com

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