Culture Pass Museums - Tucson Area

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Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block

Summer Exhibitions Celebrate Arizona Artists

This summer, the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block’s spotlight is on Arizona artists in two special exhibitions that run through September 16, 2018. These exhibitions join 13 ongoing presentations, making a visit to the Tucson Museum of Art an artful experience no matter your favorite art form or style.

Arizona Biennial 2018 is the oldest running statewide juried exhibition featuring exclusively Arizona artists – 69 of them in fact. The work juried into the exhibition was selected by guest juror Rebecca R. Hart, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum.

Another exhibition, James G. Davis: A Tribute, features the paintings and works on paper of Tucson artist James G. Davis (1938-2016). According to TMA, “Davis’ works are imbued with an inexplicable sense of impending doom, yet wryly humorous in their conveyance of familial drama.”

Culture Passes are available for 9 different Tucson area and 6 statewide museums and attractions. PLEASE NOTE: 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.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

The 98-acre Desert Museum is a fusion experience: zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, natural history museum and aquarium. Culture Passes valid April 1-Oct. 31 only.

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Jewish History Museum and Holocaust History Center

Housed at the historic Stone Avenue Temple building, enriches the present and strengthens our community toward a more just and peaceful future.

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The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

Tiny renditions of famous abodes headline at this educational and interactive museum of miniatures.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson

Established by artists, MOCA is Tucson’s only museum devoted exclusively to contemporary art from Tucson and around the globe.

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Presidio San Agustin de Tucson Museum

Visitors travel back in time to learn about life as early Tucsonans lived at this re-creation of the Tucson Presidio built in 1775.

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Tohono Chul Park

Explore desert gardens, trails and art galleries and discover the wonders of nature, culture and art in the Sonoran Desert region.

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Tucson Botanical Gardens

Specialty gardens with a diversity of native plants, art displays and butterflies offer a lush oasis in the heart of Tucson.

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Tucson Museum of Art

Explore art from around the world in more than a dozen galleries, and discover Tucson’s history in five historic homes nearby.

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University of Arizona Museum of Art

Changing exhibitions of artwork with focus on art of Europe and the United States from the Renaissance through Contemporary.

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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, world-class exhibitions, programming and festivals. 

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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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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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Sedona Heritage Museum

Learn about Early Settlers, Ranching & Cowboys, the Orchard Industry, movies made in Sedona and Sedona Schnebly.

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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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