Culture Pass Museums - Metro Phoenix

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Desert Caballeros Western Museum

Where the Old West Comes Alive

Have you ever wondered where Arizona’s Western culture originated? Are you curious about what early life was like on the first American frontiers and ranches? Do you want to know more about American Indian cultures that have called the Southwest home for centuries? The Desert Caballeros Western Museum offers impeccably detailed and awe-inspiring exhibits of artifacts and artworks dedicated to the Southwest. At DCWM, fans of the frontier can “Experience the Old West, the New West, and the next West.”

The DCWM is located about an hour outside Phoenix in the little town of Wickenburg. Founded in 1863, Wickenburg has since come to be regarded as “Arizona’s most Western community,” making it a perfect home for a museum that seeks to celebrate Western history …

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Culture Passes are valid for general admission and are not valid during special events or for separately ticketed exhibits or activities. Please check with the venue for restrictions on the day you plan to attend.

Culture Passes can be used at 13 different Metro Phoenix museums and attractions.

Arizona Science Center

More than 300 hands-on exhibits. Culture Pass valid for general admission only.

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Take a guided tour of Italian architect Paolo Soleri’s urban laboratory integrating architecture and ecology (arcology). 

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Cave Creek Museum

Celebrating 48 years of preserving the artifacts of the prehistory, culture and legacy of the Cave Creek/Carefree foothills area.

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Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve

47-acre Sonoran Desert preserve, home to the largest concentration of Native American petroglyphs in the Phoenix area.

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Desert Caballeros Western Museum

A gem in the heart of historic Wickenburg, features art, history, cultural legacy and wonder of the Southwest!

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Desert Botanical Garden

Featuring 50,000 plants from across the world on 140,000 acres, experience the beauty of the desert like never before. Culture Pass valid for general daytime admission only and excludes ticketed events and exhibits.

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Heard Museum

Internationally known for its American Indian art collections and world-class exhibitions. Culture Pass valid for general admission only and excludes ticketed events and Yua exhibition.

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Irish Cultural Center

Exhibits, guided tours and library link the people of and visitors to Arizona with the people of Ireland and other Celtic cultures.

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Japanese Friendship Garden

Authentic 3.5-acre Japanese Stroll Garden with tea garden, tea house, stone footbridges, lanterns and 50+ varieties of plants.

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Phoenix Art Museum

Southwest’s premier destination for world-class visual arts, permanent collection galleries and changing exhibitions.

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Pueblo Grande Museum

Located on a 1,500-year-old Hohokam archaeological site, explore museum galleries, an outdoor trail and hands-on activities.

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Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

SMoCA is Arizona’s only permanent museum dedicated solely to modern works of art, design and architecture.

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Superstition Mountain Museum

12.5 acres of 19th Century reproduction buildings, Elvis Memorial Chapel and authentic relics of the 1800s.

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