What To Do in Phoenix Arizona: Museums, Zoos and Gardens

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What To Do in Phoenix Arizona: Museums, Zoos and; Gardens

Phoenix is rich in history and culture. There are so many places to go to learn and explore new things, have a new experience, or introduce friends and family to what Phoenix has to offer. Museums, zoos, and gardens are all great places to spend time, take photos, and learn about Phoenix, art, science, or musical instruments! Take a look at these 8 museums, zoos, or gardens in the greater Phoenix area.

 

Heard Museum: The Heard Museum is located in Phoenix right off the light rail. For more than 90 years, this museum showcases American Indian art and history, in Phoenix and throughout the Southwest. There are exhibits, events and festivals, and educational programming for all ages.

Where? 2301 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

Phoenix Zoo: At the Phoenix Zoo, you can see nearly 400 animal species, like lions, zebras, elephants, and tortoises! The Phoenix Zoo has programs for kids, families, and adults, as well as seasonal events for Halloween and the winter holiday season.

Where? 455 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

 

Phoenix Art Museum: Located off the light rail in Phoenix, the Art Museum features exhibits that span centuries and continents of artists. Rotating exhibits means there is almost always something new to see.

Where? 1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

Arizona Science Center: With hands-on exhibits and educational opportunities for kids and adults alike, the Arizona Science Center is located in downtown Phoenix. Right now, they’re even offering online education to support your child’s virtual schooling.

Where? 600 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

Desert Botanical Garden: For some outdoor exploration and education on the types of plants native to Arizona and other deserts around the world, the Desert Botanical Garden offers numerous trails to stroll and special exhibits and events throughout the year.

Where? 1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

 

World Wildlife Zoo: In the West Valley, the World Wildlife Zoo features habitats from around the world for families to see everything from big cats to stingrays. The zoo doesn’t just have animals though – take a skyride or a boat ride for a new experience!

Where? 16501 W Northern Ave, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

 

Children’s Museum of Phoenix: Designed with kids in mind, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix gets kids learning without them even realizing it! With an art studio, building block area, and more, kids can have some hands-on learning and fun at this museum. There’s areas for children of all ages, even the little ones!

Where? 215 N 7th St, Phoenix, 85034

 

Musical Instrument Museum: The Musical Instrument Museum has instruments you’ve heard of, and those you haven’t. Learn about instruments from around the world, see the musical careers of famous musicians from yesterday and today, and check out the Experience Gallery to explore your own musical sound.

Where? 4725 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85050

 

A note for COVID-19 procedures: Be sure to check with each museum for current operating hours, reopening dates, and policies in place for ticketing, masks, and social distancing in Phoenix Arizona.

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