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Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix, AZ
PHONE

(602) 257-1222

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Closed now
PHONE

(602) 257-1222

HOURS
Closed now
1625 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ, 85004
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  • Inez Boyd 5 days ago

    The Phoenix Art Museum is visually beautiful. The second Sunday of each month is free to visitors. There are special events that cost a minimum amount of money. We entered to 25,000 paper butterflies scattered along the walls and ceilings. Amazing! Especially nice staff who will direct and answer questions for you. Three floors of changing and permanent exhibits. The room of fireflies is intriguing. The store is fun to wander through. Some street parking and lot parking available. It didn’t disappoint.

  • Ashley Powell 7 days ago

    The Phoenix Art Museum is visually beautiful. The second Sunday of each month is free to visitors. There are special events that cost a minimum amount of money. We entered to 25,000 paper butterflies scattered along the walls and ceilings. Amazing! Especially nice staff who will direct and answer questions for you. Three floors of changing and permanent exhibits. The room of fireflies is intriguing. The store is fun to wander through. Some street parking and lot parking available. It didn’t disappoint.

  • Angela Beristain 37 days ago

    The museum is gorgeous and well organized. There are a wide variety of art styles and mediums as well as several installations. I would recommend making a day of it and really slowly working your way through so you can enjoy each piece. I'd recommend going on a weekday or earlier in the day when there are hopefully very few teenagers. Somehow teenagers are more distruptive and inconsiderate than most small children these days and they absolutely will ruin your experience, especially while you are trying to enjoy some of the more atmospheric installations. Not trying to hate on anyone but if you want to really get the best experience, go when it is slow or mostly adults.

  • Max Neuhauser 62 days ago

    The museum is worth a visit every now and then. There is free entry on the first Friday in the month. Exhibitions change frequently and there is always something interesting to see. Parking can be a bit tricky in the evening. Great opportunity to see some household names in person (Andy Warhol, Keith Haring,...). There are even events to participate in like drawing.

  • Monica Rodriguez 82 days ago

    I loved this museum. They have many beautiful exhibitions, they change them every so often. Do not take your kids 5 and younger I made that mistake because my son loves art but it was a big mistake kids will be kids and will want to touch everything. So next time I go I will definitely go with my hubby and no kids. Every Wednesday the entrance is free they do ask for donations. Military are free also. They have a nice little gift shop inside. Definitely recommend!

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