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Visit the Arizona State Museum


A museum created for the residents and visitors of Arizona, it’s beloved by researchers and academics, as well as professional archaeologists, as one of the most impressive and comprehensive museums in the state. It relies on state, federal and tribal agencies as a prime resource.

Focusing on the history of the southwest and northern Mexico, the museum’s researchers are renowned in their fields. Incredible collections are available as exhibits, for researchers and for group tours. You’ll want to visit the Snaketown: Hohokam Defined temporary exhibit while in Tucson, open through July 2017.

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Permanent exhibits include four collections of archaeology, photography pinpointing a history of the Native peoples in Arizona, Mediterranean archaeology, the ethnology of 400+ cultures, and a bioarcheology collection committed to the preservation of human skeletal remains.

Arizona State Museum is open Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission is just $5 for adults, and it’s free for children 17 and under, researchers and scholars who have scheduled appointments. Ask about a guided or self-guided tour.


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