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Art Galleries & Museums

Arizona’s works of art have a variety of inspirations, from Native American history and Old West tales to the state’s renowned natural features.

These influences and more can be seen in Arizona’s galleries and museums, where countless pieces of art, crafts and other artifacts can be found. Ranging from traditional oil paintings of Southwestern landscapes to avant-garde sculpture and beyond, Arizona has a flourishing art scene across every inch of the state, from major cities to remote desert communities.

Art Galleries

Whether you’re a novice collector or an avid enthusiast, Arizona art galleries are sure to entice you.

In Old Town Scottsdale, dozens of galleries – including many offering Native American and Western art – open their doors during the traditional Thursday night Scottsdale ArtWalk. Meanwhile, in downtown Phoenix, thousands of locals and tourists take to the streets for a laid-back self-guided art walk during First Fridays.

In North Central Arizona, Sedona, Arizona’s original artist’s community, is a top destination for art lovers, while historic Jerome has also become a haven for artists and artisans. 

Museums

Art, culture and history museums dot the state of Arizona, offering visitors plenty to look at and explore. In the Phoenix area, the Heard Museum – including both a main museum and two smaller outposts – offers an outstanding collection of Arizona Native American art, artifacts, crafts, photography and other cultural and historical exhibits.

Just down the road, the Phoenix Art Museum houses more than 17,000 works of classic and modern art, as well as playing host to traveling exhibitions from world-famous artists.

In Southern Arizona, the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block exhibits American Western and Latin American art, as well as contemporary and modern art.

Further north, in Prescott, the Phippen Museum showcases the art and heritage of the American West, while Flagstaff culture and art aficionados turn to the Museum of Northern Arizona.

  • Meteor Crater

    Visit the world’s best preserved meteorite impact site just minutes from Interstate 40 in Northern Arizona near Winslow.

  • Ajo Historical Museum

  • Amerind Foundation Museum

  • Apache County Historical Museum

    The Apache County Historical Museum displays a large collection of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of the early pioneer families that carved a home in northeastern Arizona during the 19th Century.

  • Arizona and New Mexico Railway Passenger Depot

  • Arizona Capitol Museum

    1901 Capitol building with period offices restored to look the way they did at Statehood. Open weekdays 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Open Saturdays 10:00 am – 2:00 pm (Sept-May). Closed State Holidays.&nb

  • Arizona Historical Society Museum

    Arizona’s oldest historical museum provides an excellent introduction to the dramatic past of Arizona and northern Mexico. Displays and exhibits follow the history from the Spanish Conquistadors to statehood.

  • Arizona Historical Society, Museum at Papago Park

    The AHS Museum in Papago Park focuses on the history of central Arizona with special emphasis on the 20th century. Exhibits relate to impact of water; and a special gallery is devoted to the Home Front during World War II.

  • Arizona Military Museum

    The Arizona Military Museum traces the military history of Arizona from the Spanish Conquistadors to the present day.

  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

    Founded in 1952 by William Carr and Arthur Pack, the museum is dedicated to conserving the Sonoran Desert by protecting native plants and animals, providing educational programming, maintaining and improvung the museum's collection of plants and animal

  • Arizona State Museum

    The oldest and largest anthropology museum in the state, the Arizona State Museum is a Smithsonian Institution affiliate. “Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest,” is the permanent exhibit and focuses on 10 tribes of Arizona and n

  • Arizona State University Center for Meteorite Studies

  • Arizona State University Museum of Anthropology

    The primary emphasis is Hohokam artifacts excavated from sites around Phoenix, however the collection also includes excavations from Shoofly Village in the Payson area, sites in the Prescott region and the Colorado Plateau.

  • Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park

  • Bird Cage Theater Museum

    In the 1880s it was not only a theater, but also served as a saloon, gambling hall and brothel. The New York Times called it, "the wildest, roughest, wickedest honky tonk between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast."

  • Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum

    Located in the 1897 former General Office Building of the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company, the museum includes old photos, artifacts and displays depicting the first 40 years of Bisbee’s history, along with exhibits on mining.

  • Butterfly Lodge Museum

  • Casa Grande Valley Historical Society Museum

    Experience the rich heritage of rural southern Arizona and see what Casa Grande looked like in 1879 when the railroad ended here.

  • Casa Malpais Archaeological Park

    Casa Malpais, which means “House of the Badlands”, was occupied for about 200 years and mysteriously abandoned about 1400 A.D. The Great Kiva is the centerpiece of the site and is constructed of volcanic rock.

  • Cave Creek Museum

    Indian artifacts from the Hohokam, Apache and Yavapai are displayed in this small community museum along with exhibits about pioneer history, ranching and mining.

  • Chandler Museum

    Exhibits cover the history of Chandler, including Dr. Alexander J. Chandler, the San Marcos Hotel, farming, irrigation and water development. Tours include three main sections: the 1912 Tenthouse, the farmstead and Morrison’s Grocery Store.
  • Clemenceau Heritage Museum

    Located in the Historic Clemenceau School in the Upper Verde River Valley, the museum specializes in early history of Verde Valley, its mining industry, farming and ranching.

  • Cocopah Museum & Cultural Center

    This small but intriguing museum features life-sized models of Cocopah ancestral people arranged in historic settings. The life-size dioramas illustrate the heritage of the Cocopah people who continue to reside in the Yuma area.

  • Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) Museum

    The heritage of the four tribes that comprise the Colorado River Indian Tribes is presented at the Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum.

  • De Grazia's Gallery in the Sun

    DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is a legendary landmark of Southwestern art and architecture created by the late Arizona artist Ted DeGrazia. On the National Register of Historic Places, the 10-acre gallery grounds showcase DeGrazia originals, the Mission

  • Desert Caballeros Western Museum

    The fine art collection includes works by well-known artists, including Frederic Remington and George Phippen. The Hall of History brings the Old West to life with artifacts displayed in realistic period settings.

  • Eastern Arizona Museum and Historical Society

  • Flandrau Science Center

    Flandrau includes a planetarium, observatory, mineral museum, and hands on and permanent exhibits and changing shows. The multimedia theater planetarium offers a wide variety of day and evening shows.

  • Fort Huachuca and Museum

    Fort Huachuca was established in 1877 as a temporary camp near the Huachuca Mountains, and today as the home for the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School. The Fort Huachuca Museum features military and Indian artifacts, photos and dioramas covering th
  • Fort Lowell Park and Museum

    Although the park is mostly dedicated to illustrating the military history of Arizona, a self-guided, signed trail leads to a prehistoric Hohokam village called the Hardy site. The same trail also leads to some of the fort’s historic buildings.

  • Gila County Historical Museum

    In addition to Native American and pioneer artifacts, the Gila County Historical Museum, which once served as the Old Dominion Mine Rescue station, covers life of the miners in early Globe.

  • Gold King Mining Museum and Ghost Town

    The Gold King Mine and Ghost Town was originally Haynes, Arizona. At this site, the Haynes Copper Company dug a shaft in search of copper hit gold instead. This site still has many of the original buildings and equipment used in the operation.
  • Graham County Historical Society Museum

    The Museum offers guided informative tours on request and is open to the public and has a large contengent of school tours. The unique artifacts are all from the local area and pioneer families who settled the community. Symposiums are held throughou

  • Heard Museum

    The scope of the museum emphasizes the lifeways of indigenous people of the southwest, but the museum collection and exhibitions cover the living cultures and arts of all contemporary Native peoples.Throughout the year, the museum hosts popular events&

  • Historic Sahuaro Ranch Museum

    Built from 1887-1929, the ranch features a variety of styles. The architect for the packing shed and north wing of the main house was James M. Creighton. The guest house was designed by Chicago architect, J.L. Silsbee.

  • Hoo-hoogam Ki Museum

    Exhibits tell the stories of two tribes, the Pima and the Maricopa people. Demonstrations are held of basketry and pottery making. A small outdoor dining area features homemade authentic food, including fry bread
  • Hopi Cultural Center

    The Hopi Cultural Center includes a small gallery museum, restaurant and an inn. Each mesa is distinctive and unique and is known for special art and craft.

  • Huhugam Heritage Center - Gila River Indian Community

    This modern new center highlights both the historic and living cultures of the Akimel O’odham and the Pee Posh, recognizing and preserving the enduring traditions of the Gila River Indian Community.

  • Jerome Historical Society Mine Museum

    Exhibits include mining equipment, ore carts, an original Jerome Chinese laundry machine, panoramic photos of Jerome miners and the smelters, household goods, and numerous historic photos, maps, and documents.

  • Slaughter Ranch Museum

    A National Historic Landmark, the old adobe ranch house has been restored along with several outbuildings. Visitors can tour the icehouse, wash house, granary, commissary, and a car shed to understand about life in southern Arizona at the turn of the 2

  • John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum

    Dedicated to telling the story of John Wesley Powell's 1869 and 1871 journeys down the Grand Canyon, the museum presents exhibits and memorabilia about those two monumental feats.
  • Kinishba Ruins

  • Little House Museum

    Located on the X Diamond & MLY Ranch west of Springerville, the two-story Little House Museum features exhibits on ranching and pioneer life.
  • Lowell Observatory

    The visitor center offers interactive, hands-on exhibits. Guided daytime tours take visitors to the Clark Telescope, the historic Rotunda library museum, and to the Pluto Discovery Telescope.

  • Mesa Historical Museum

    Housed in a 1913 school building, the Mesa Historical Museum features an extensive collection of pioneer memorabilia and antique farm equipment.
  • Arizona Museum of Natural History

    New exhibitions, including Origins and the hands-on Paleo Dig Pit. Come explore dinosaurs that roar and so much more!

  • Mission San Xavier del Bac

    Widely considered the finest example of Spanish Colonial architecture in the United States, San Xavier is used daily by the Tohono O’odham Indians who live and worship in this district.

  • Mohave Museum of History & Arts

    Western, Native American, Dioramas

  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

  • Museo Chicano

    The first and only museum in Arizona that was founded and is operated by Latinos, this small museum promotes knowledge and appreciation of the cultures of Latinos.
  • Museum of Northern Arizona

    The museum provides a wonderful introduction to the Native people who live in Northern Arizona, especially the Navajo and Hopi. There are excellent interpretive exhibits for children and a fine bookstore and gift shop that showcases art, crafts and jew

  • Navajo Code Talkers Exhibit

  • Old Pueblo Archaeology Center

    Incorporated in 1994 to conduct archaeological and historical research, Old Pueblo conducts scientific research, preservation and public interpretation projects that are open to the public. Information is available about volunteer opportunities, programs,
  • Phippen Museum of Western Art

    This art museum mounts three-to-five rotating exhibits during that year that showcase western art. The Phippen Museum puts on a popular show and sale over the Memorial Day weekend.

  • Phoenix Art Museum

    Phoenix Art Museum opened in 1959 as a private, non-profit organization. In only 45 years, it has become a Phoenix Point of Pride and a cultural leader in the Southwest and among the nation's museums.

    According to a 2002 survey conducted by th

  • Pimeria Alta Historical Society Museum

    The exhibits and collections in this small museum are devoted to the history of southern Arizona and northern Sonora.
  • Pinal County Historical Museum

  • Pioneer Arizona Living History Village

  • Quartzsite Museum

  • Rex Allen Museum

    Willcox celebrates its native son, the singing cowboy Rex Allen, with this small museum that features memorabilia about his career making movies, records and appearing on TV. The collection also includes exhibits of other western stars.
  • River of Time

  • Route 66 Museum

    Located in the Powerhouse Visitor Center in downtown Kingman, the museum depicts the historic evolution of travel along the 35th parallel that became Highway 66.

  • Salt River Project History Museum

    This small museum is located within the corporate headquarters of SRP (Salt River Project). SRP is the modern successor to the prehistoric and historic cultures in terms of managing the Valley's Salt River water supply.
  • San Carlos Apache Cultural Center

    The San Carlos Apache Tribe opened its Cultural Center to tell their own story of their people. A special exhibit, “Window on Apache Culture,” is housed in the center.

  • Sanguinetti House Museum

  • Scottsdale Historical Museum

  • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

    The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) complements the existing Scottsdale Center for the Arts designed by Bennie Gonzales in 1975. Architect Will Bruder achieved the successful adaption of five movie theaters for 18,500 square feet of versa

  • Sedona Heritage Museum

    The first room of the museum tells the stories of Sedona's pioneers. A second room is devoted to movies that were filmed in Sedona, many of which were western films. A third room describes the cowboy life.

  • Show Low Historical Society Museum

    Located in the Show Low Police Department, the museum interprets local history and prehistory with artifacts, photographs and letters from Show Low history. Children's programs include museum tours and demonstrations of pioneer skills.
  • Sirrine House

    The Sirrine House is Mesa’s only fully restored, Victorian era home. Period furnishings and artifacts provide visitors a perspective on life in Mesa in the early 1900s.
  • Smoki Museum

  • Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House Museum

    Constructed in 1880, the restored interiors of this adobe home reflect the life of a wealthy Tucson family in the 1800s
  • Southern Arizona Transportation Museum at the Historic Depot

    Opened on March 20, 2005, the 125th anniversary of the arrival of the railroad in Tucson, the Museum presents the impact of the railroad on Tucson and Southern Arizona.
  • Stinson Museum

    Exhibits feature aspects of early pioneer life including a loom used by Lucy Hannah Flake to weave cloth and rag rugs and a working blacksmith shop behind the Museum.
  • Superstition Mountain Museum

    The museum features historical artifacts and a video that tells the story of the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine, as well as exhibits on prehistoric Indian artifacts, documents, relics and pottery from early cowboys, prospectors and miners.

  • Taylor Pioneer Museum

    The community museum opened on July 5, 1996 in a Pioneer Home built in 1930 by volunteers. It features artifacts depicting Taylor’s history.

  • Tempe Historical Museum

    The museum is dedicated to the history of Tempe but includes an exhibit on the prehistoric Hohokam Indians who lived in the area.

  • The Air Museum Planes of Fame - Grand Canyon

    This museum is a division of the “flying museum” headquartered at Chino, California. Many of the planes on display are flyable
  • The Bison Museum

    The Bison Museum showcases one of the premier bison and western collections in the country. It includes such notables as the “Dances with Wolves” display with authentic props and memorabilia from the 1990 Kevin Costner movie that won 7 Oscars and won
  • The Museum of Rim Country Archaeology

  • The University of Arizona Museum of Art (UAMA)

    From the European paintings dating back to the 14th-century to the flower power of Georgia O'Keeffe's "Red Canna", the University of Arizona Museum of Art presents the public with a universe of images that inform and inspire. Admission is free. Museum h
  • Titan Missile Museum

    The Titan Missile Museum is the only Titan Missile site that remains intact. The guided tour includes the launch control room with a simulated launch and then continues down the 200 ft. tunnel for a close up look at the Titan II missile. Daily from 9:0

  • Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block

    The permanent collection displays art of the Americas, including pre-Columbian and Spanish colonial paintings and furnishings. Guided tours are offered of the historic block.
  • Tuzigoot National Monument

  • White Mountain Apache Culture Center and Museum

  • Nogales 1.7 Historic Area

    In the Nogales, the last U.S. border frontier, reside the 1904 Santa Cruz County Court House featuring two museums, and the 1914 Nogales City Hall featuring the Pimeria Alta Historical Museum. The 1.7 miles of Historic Nogales contains structures of th

  • The Postal History Foundation

    The Postal History Foundation has the only formal museum and library in the Southwest dedicated to U.S. Western postal history. It celebrates the historical settlement of the West through the remarkable stories of the Pony Express,historic postal stations
  • Rose Tree Museum & Gifts

    In the pation of an 1885 hotel is the world's largest Rose Bush--planted in 1885 the bush now covers over 8000 square feet, more than 300 people can be seated in its shade. The old hotel is a museum dedicted to one of tombstone's pioneer families and con
  • Tombstone Western Heritage Museum

    A walk through Tombstone's past! Tombstone Western Heritage Museum celebrates the most famous Western town's history with an extensive collection of original artifacts, photos and documents. We feature the largest collection of Wyatt Earp an Tombston

  • Bentley Gallery

    Located in the heart of the Marshall Arts district, Bentley Gallery has been a staple in the Scottsdale art scene since 1989. With a wide-ranging inventory consisting of paintings, sculptures, photography, drawings and prints, one may find significant

  • Davis-Cheney Art Gallery

    Fine visual Art Gallery. We organize and display our art for Art events in our Community. We also teach art lessons for Adults and Children. We also help by donating our time and art talent to our community.
  • Art Works Custom Frame Shoppe & Art Gallery

    Local Art, Miniatures, Needlework
  • Picture This Framing & Art Gallery

    Limited Editions, Original Art, Poster Art
  • Ron Worsham's Art Studio

    General
  • Artists Gallery

    Fine Arts & Crafts Cooperative
  • Beaver Street Gallery

    Fine Art, Contemporary Sculpture
  • Black Hound Gallerie

    Prints, frames and gifts
  • Buchetto My Art Place

    Fine Art Prints, Canvas
  • Fire on the Mountain

    Blown Glass
  • Flagstaff Piano Clock & Art Gallery

    Limited edition paintings/fine art pieces
  • Hudgens' Gallery of Fine Art

    Contemporary, Abstract & Landscapes
  • Interior Expressions (formerly Chair & Trowel Gallery)

    Hand-Crafted Furniture, Pottery, Glass
  • Arizona Handmade Gallery

    Southwestern Art
  • Arne Ceramics

    Ceramics/Pottery
  • Old Main Art Gallery at NAU

    Rotating Exhibits of Traditional & Modern Art, Sculpture & Design.
  • Pueblo Indian Gallery

    Native American items

  • West of The Moon Gallery

    Woodwork, glass jewelry, photography, oils and more.
  • Williams Gateway Mountain Artists Group

    Paintings, pottery, etc..
  • Shumway School

    Completed in 1904, the Shumway School in Taylor is the only brick one-room school still standing in Arizona.
  • Belleza Fine Art Gallery

    Contemporary Art
  • Bizzart Studios

    Contemporary Art
  • Bright Day Fine Art

    Contemporary Art
  • Old Trails Museum

    Winslow’s many historic elements are highlighted at the Old Trails Museum. The museum is housed in the historic First National Bank Building built in 1921.

  • Tubac Center of the Arts

    Local artists and other community leaders founded the Santa Cruz Valley Art Association (SCVAA) in 1963. In 1972, SCVAA built and dedicated the Tubac Center of the Arts (TCA). Since that time, TCA has provided a venue for encouraging and attracting art

  • Gallery of Modern Masters

    One of the finest galleries in the Southwest, boasting the largest collection of glass art in Arizona. We offer to the serious collector and casual admirer a unique selection of oils, original lithographs, sculptures, ceramics, gl

  • Artisans' Gallery

    We believe that the craft of the Artisan should be honored and admired. When you visit Artisans' Gallery, you will notice that we strive to represent the best of the Contemporary and Traditional styles, including Jewelry, Glass, Pottery, Wood, Photo

  • Wells Fargo Museum

    Celebrating Wells Fargo’s role in Arizona’s colorful history, the Wells Fargo History Museum is just steps away from popular downtown Phoenix attractions, the US Airways Center and Chase Field.

  • St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery

  • Arizona Fine Art Expo

  • Commemorative Air Force Aviation Museum

  • The Mini-Time Machine Museum of Minatures

    An enchanting museum displaying antique and contemporary minatures appealing to visitors of all ages, interest and talents.

  • Musical Instrument Museum

    Music and instruments from around the workd. A collection of more than 10,000 instruments, celebrity instruments, and live music.

  • Fountain Hills & Fort McDowell Visitors Bureau

    Gateway to the Sonoran Desert and McDowell Mountains, Native American culture, golf, history museum, iconic fountain, and public art.

  • Pine-Strawberry Museum

    Hours: June-Sept.: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday

    Winter Hours: Oct. 1-May 31: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Saturday; Closed Sunday

  • Henry F. Hauser Museum

  • Prescott Fine Arts Association Gallery & Gift Shop

    Work by more than 50 local artists

  • Deer Valley Rock Art Center

    The site, which covers the eastern slope of the Hedgpeth Hills, includes more than 1500 petroglyphs, many of which can be seen by walking the trail that follows the base of the hill.

  • Heritage Square

    Historic Heritage Square is a striking remnant of Phoenix’s Victorian past.

  • Lake Havasu Museum of History

    Lake Havasu Museum of History Preserving the past.

  • Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

  • Kaibab-Paiute Tribe

    The reservation is surrounded by a wonderland of historic recreation and geological sights including Pipe Spring National Monument and Vermillion Cliffs.

  • Navajo Nation Museum

  • Tohono O’odham Nation

    Located in the Sonoran Desert of Southern Arizona, this 2.8 million-acre destination is the second-largest reservation in the United States.

  • Talking Stick Resort Cultural Center

    Visit the Cultural Center at Talking Stick Resort and see the largest collection of Native American art, baskets and more outside of a museum.

  • Rosson House Museum

    Built in 1894, Rosson House was designed by the 74 year old architect Alexander P. Petit and is one of the few homes left in the original Phoenix town site.

  • Nelson Fine Arts Center, Arizona State University

    New Mexican architect Antoine Predock designed the J. Russell and Bonita Nelson Fine Arts Center. It was built in 1987-1988 and celebrated the centennial of the university.
  • Bentley Projects

    The largest contemporary art gallery in the West, Bentley Projects is located in a renovated 1918 Downtown Phoenix warehouse featuring soaring ceilings with clerestory windows and distinctive architectural details.

    Home to large-scale paintings

  • Lodestone Gallery & Framing, Inc.

    Lodestone Gallery & Framing features Arizona artists, including original and limited edition paintings, sculptures, and décor. Several of our artists also create custom works to your specifications.

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  • The Painted Desert

    For an unforgettable encounter with Arizona nature, take a trip to the Painted Desert area. A broad region of rocky badlands encompassing more than 93,500 acres, this vast landscape features rocks in every hue – from deep lavenders and rich grays to reds, oranges and even pinks. Located in Northern Arizona, the Painted Desert stretches from Grand Canyon National Park eastward to Petrified Forest National Park, with a large portion lying within the Navajo Nation.

  • Saguaro National Park

    Saguaro National Park protects and preserves a giant saguaro cactus forest that stretches across the valley floor near Tucson. Unique to the Sonoran Desert, the park’s giant saguaros sometimes reach as much as 50 feet in height – so it’s no wonder they’ve been described as the kings of the Sonoran Desert.

    The city of Tucson divides Saguaro National park into two districts – the Tucson Mountain District to the west and Rincon Mountain District to the east, each located about 30 minutes outside of the city.

  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

    The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place!

  • Jerome State Historic Park

    The 1916 mansion built by mining mogul James “Rawhide Jimmy” Douglas tops a hill overlooking his Little Daisy Mine. This former home is now a museum devoted to the Douglas family a

  • McFarland State Historic Park

    McFarland State Historic Park has re-opened as a state park and Visitor Center, and is operated by the Florence Main Street Program and the Town of Florence .  Exhibits focus on the period of pre-statehood in Arizona. The museum is housed in a seven-room adobe structure that was built in 1878 as a courthouse.

  • Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park

    The Courthouse, built in 1882, contains exhibits with antiques and artifacts describing life in Tombstone in the 1880s.

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