5 Standout Museums in Arizona – Best of Arizona Living


Arizona packs a punch when it comes to notable museums. Whether it’s contemporary art or Native American culture, Arizona offers a remarkable experience for everyone. Here are our 5 favorite museums in Arizona that you simply can’t afford to miss.

Heard Museum- Since its founding in 1929, the Heard Museum has been dedicated to the accurate portrayal of Native arts and cultures achieved by successfully combining the stories of the American Indian people with beautiful art.

Phoenix Art Museum- The largest art museum in the southwestern United States, the Phoenix Art Museum presents a number of festivals, live performances, independent art films and educational programs aimed to enlighten and entertain.

Arizona Wing Aviation Museum- Paying tribute to Arizona military aviation, round up the family and check out all the exhibits at theArizona Aviation Museum. There’s also a good chance you’ll see a restored warbird fly by!

Musical Instrument Museum- MIM is home to more than 6,000 instruments collected from around the world. Most displays are accompanied by state-of-the-art audio and video, but guests are also invited to play the instruments in the Experience Gallery.

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art- Featuring modern and contemporary art, architecture, and design from around the globe,SMoCA also presents a wide variety of changing exhibitions and special events for adults and families.


BestOfArizonaLiving.com/Relocating To Arizona | September 23rd, 2015


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