The Boy Who Love Monsters and The Girl Who Loved Peas
Phoenix Suns vs. Memphis Grizzlies
Wendy Whelan: Restless Creature
Apache Trail and Dolly Steamboat One-Day Van Tour
Venture deep into the Sonoran Desert. Visit Tortilla Flat. Cruise on Dolly Steamboat. Prices range from $47 to $93.
Free Olive Mill Tour for Two & Shopping Discount at Queen Creek Olive Mill in Queen Creek.
Text "Tour" to 480-405-0555 or show associate the offer. Free Olive Oil 101 class and tour for two people and 10% off Olive Mill Product purchases on the same day - Queen Creek location only.
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 the Association of Art Museum Directors, with 200 members from institutions throughout North America, Phoenix Art Museum has performed remarkably well in its short history. It is one of the youngest art museums of renown in the country, ranking in the top third with respect to the quality and diversity of its permanent collection, exhibitions, visitorship, membership, and education and volunteer programs.
The Museum also is well respected for its strict adherence to institutional excellence, financial integrity, and superior management. Working in collaboration with an expanding cadre of contributors, members, staff, docents, and volunteers, Phoenix Art Museum has excelled and grown with the times to better serve the community and reflect the vibrancy of the nation's fifth largest city.
Phoenix Art Museum continues to maximize its contribution to the cultural, social, and economic vitality of the state.
1625 N. Central Ave
Phoenix , AZ 85004
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