Glendale Arizona Museums
One of only 44 botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums, this one-of-a-kind museum boasts 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits. Formerly known as the Deer Valley Rock Art Center, the Botanical Garden and Glendale's Museum of Natural History house more than 1,000 plants, animals and artifacts from around the world, as well as an extensive collection of art and history.
Focusing on Arizona in the 20th and 21st centuries, this museum fills the gap between Arizona's past and present, and its future. It houses the largest collection of Arizona artifacts and artefacts from the state's past, present and future.
The Historical Society Library focuses on the history of West Valley Glendale, and its holdings include photographs, books, manuscripts, newspapers, maps and other historical documents. Inside the museum you can admire a variety of artifacts from the past, present and future, as well as a collection of photos and documents from Glendora's history. The museum's collection spans from its beginnings in the early 20th century to the present, with a focus on Arizona's past and present, from mining and livestock farming in Glendon to agriculture and agriculture in Phoenix.
The gallery has 10 exhibits that trace the history of Glendora, Glendale and the West Valley of Arizona from its beginnings to the present day. It covers the changes that have made Arizona what it is today, from the beginnings of mining and livestock farming in Glendon to agriculture and agriculture in Phoenix and from agriculture to tourism.
The Heard Museum in downtown Phoenix is part of the Free First Friday program, which offers free admission in March. The Phoenix Art Museum is another museum in the city center that offers free admission. Indians, people of all ethnicities, races, religions and ethnic groups are always admitted free of charge.
This museum contains interesting exhibits and lots of information and is located on the second floor of the Phoenix Police Department building in downtown Phoenix. The museum is a collection of more than 1,000 artworks from around the world and represents the City of Phoenix and the Police Department, which were based in the building where the museum now exists.
This museum of cultural and natural history, now called the Arizona Museum of Natural History, offers a wide range of exhibits that address issues and ideas related to culture, society, archaeology and human origins, including the annual exhibition and festival of the Day of the Dead. In its 25th year, the museum will be hosting temporary exhibitions on various topics such as human history, religion, the history of science and technology, art, culture and religion.
The growing permanent art collection stretches from 15 centuries to contemporary art, and the ASU Art Museum's rich collection of ceramics and printmaking presents a variety of artistic media. The permanent collections of the Phoenix Art Museum include paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and other works by artists from around the world, as well as a wide range of temporary exhibitions. This exhibition will change throughout the year and focus on the history of modern art of the last century.
The name "Amerind," an abbreviation for American Indian, illustrates the name of the museum, which is located in the Dragoon Mountains in southeastern Arizona. A permanent installation at the Mesa Historical Museum has become one of Arizona's most popular tourist attractions and a magnet for visitors to the region.
Visitors will learn about Arizona's mining and mineral heritage and learn about the history of mining, mining operations and mining in the state of Arizona. The Mesa Mining Museum, which is experiencing the oldest and most famous mining operation in the world in Arizona, informs visitors about the history and operation of the mining industry.
The Scottsdale Historical Museum is always free, but closed in July and August. Located in the old performing arts center on the corner of South Scottingdale Boulevard and South Glendale Road, it is just a few blocks from the Arizona Performing Arts Center. Spend an hour or an afternoon in this historic museum and experience the history of the city and its history in a fun and educational way.
The Shemer Art Center Museum in East Phoenix is always free to visit, but a recommended donation of $10 for adults and $5 for children is welcome. Donate by writing a check to the Glendale Museum of Art and History on behalf of your favorite artist or family member.
The Shemer Art Center Museum in East Phoenix is always free for adults and $5 for children, with a minimum donation of $10 per person.
A taste of what makes the Heard Museum special is provided by a visit to its light-hearted, open-to-the-public Heard Carefree exhibition. The ASU Art Museum is within walking distance of the University of Arizona, meaning you can easily forget about public transportation here in Phoenix.