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Hall of Flame

Hall of Flame Fire Museum

One of the Valley's lesser-known museums, The Hall of Flame Fire Museum features more than 10,000 pieces of fire equipment from 1725 to 1969. The pieces, which include 130 wheeled vehicles, plus suits, tools,...
Arizona Science Center

Arizona Science Center

The Arizona Science Center gives a hands-on lesson in fun. Equipped with a planetarium, IMAX Theatre and continually updated scientific exhibits, the center makes a huge hit with children and adults. Enjoy more than 300...
Penske Racing

Penske Racing Museum

Any race fan knows the name Penske. Over the last 50 years the name has graced the cars of more than 400 winners across a range of races, including 16 Indianapolis 500s. At this racing museum you can...
Arizona Open Wheel Racing Museum

Arizona Open Wheel Racing Museum

Expand your knowledge of race history at the Arizona Open Wheel Racing Museum. This 16,000 square foot facility houses more than 25 historic open wheel race cars, thousands of pictures, a trophy gallery and a...
Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum's B-25 "Maid in the Shade"

Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum

The Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum offers a remarkable journey through the early days of combat aviation with restored planes, historical personal artifacts and docents with plenty of jaw-dropping stories. The museum's collection — which...
Pithouse, Pueblo Grande Museum

Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

Located on the largest preserved archaeological site within Phoenix city limits, the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park offers visitors a unique look at a 1,500-year-old Hohokam village. A short accessible trail allows you to view...
Heard Museum

Heard Museum

Heard Museum holds a place of honor as one of the Valley's top cultural attractions and a prime destination for learning about Native American arts and culture. Founded in 1929 with little recognition, it now...
ASU Art Museum at Nelson Fine Arts Center

ASU Art Museum

One of the older museums in the Valley — founded in 1950 — the Arizona State University Art Museum houses nearly 12,000 pieces reflecting a wide range of themes and styles. You can find contemporary art,...
Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum

Founded in 1959, the Phoenix Art Museum now claims the title of largest art museum in the Southwest with more than 18,000 works on display and continually rotating world-class exhibits. The permanent collection covers just...
Musical Instrument Museum

Musical Instrument Museum

No one interested in music or other cultures should skip a visit to the Musical Instrument Museum, or "MIM" as we like to call it. Opened in 2010, it holds the title of "the...

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