Grab your mask, extra sanitizer and enjoy the following museums while distancing from other patrons.
Be sure to read each organization’s health and safety plans on their websites including cleaning and sanitation protocols, mask requirements, social distancing measures, and minimal-contact purchasing.
Please note that some organizations require reservations in advance.
List updated August 21, 2020
- Arizona Science Center: temporarily closed
- Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: now open with advance tickets required
- Arizona State Parks & Trails: now open with some closures still in effect and masks required at ranger stations, restrooms, stores or historic buildings.
- ASU Art Museum: reopened August 20
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum: now open (closed on Tuesdays through September 2020)
- Desert Caballeros Western Museum: now open with masks required and summer hours observed
- Queen Mine Tours: now open with reservations required
- Desert Botanical Garden: now open with advance tickets required
- Hall of Flame Museum: now open with new hours
- Heard Museum: now open with masks required (The Courtyard Café is temporarily closed)
- Kartchner Caverns Cave Tours: tours by reservation only
- Musical Instrument Museum: now open with masks required
- Pima Air & Space Museum: now open
- Phoenix Art Museum: reopening to members on October 1 and the public on October 14
- Sedona Heritage Museum: now open
- Tucson Desert Art Museum: reopening September 2
- Phoenix Zoo: Cruise the Zoo will be starting again in September with reservations required
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