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Tucson Museum of Art


Explore the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block for a series of exhibitions, permanent exhibits, events and family-friendly activities. Throughout November, you’ll be treated to the Henry C. Balink: Native American Portraits, Poetic Minimalism, On the Cusp: Modern Art from the Permanent Collection, and Body Language: Trends in Contemporary Figurative Art exhibits and much more! Check out the full lineup here.

The Museum of Art is located in the Historic Block, situated in what used to be the Presidio of San Augustin del Tucson in 1775. There are still the adobe walls reaching 12 feet high, and you can see the previous grand entrance in what’s now the Fish House. Here, there used to be soldier’s living quarters, a cemetery, stables, a chapel and a general store. Today, you’ll still find five historic homes built in the second half of the nineteenth century along with a modern museum. Visit the J. Knox Corbett House (circa 1907) to experience a mission-revival home furnished with key period pieces.

A Cultural Experience

The museum’s Permanent Collection is truly stunning, including Art of Latin America, Art of the American West, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Rare Books and Manuscripts. At the Museum Store, you’ll find one-of-a-kind gifts including artisanal crafts and handiworks from local Arizona artists. Jewelry, ceramics, holiday ornaments and more are beautifully displayed, and clerks are experts at packing gifts for easy travel.

Come for a lecture or tour, schedule a visit to one of the historic homes, or stop by to experience one of the exhibits up close and personal. Admission is $12 for adults, and the first Sunday of the month features half-off admissions for all.



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