Tucson Desert Art Museum
Located in: Eastside District
- Mexico Ready
The Tucson Desert Art Museum presents thought-provoking exhibits that explore the art, history, and cultures of the Southwest.
The Museum features a world-class collection of Native American textiles, classic and contemporary paintings, photography and digital media.
Nowhere else in Tucson will you find such a variety of regional art drawn from many cultural traditions.
To display a broad range of intriguing artwork, the Museum hosts national exhibitions from the Smithsonian Institution, Women Artists of the West, and American Women Artists.
The Museum's Four Corners Gallery offers original paintings and sculptures for purchase, as well as Native American jewelry and pottery.
- #37 of 275 things to do in Tucson
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An Oasis of Exploration
One of Tucson's more famous tourist spots, This venue offers botanical education, scientific discovery, array of animals and creatures on display, plentiful and breath taking nature walks and so much...
In Tucson we call Tanque Verde Road "restaurant row" so GO!
This is a nice area of town to go site see, because there are so many options along Tanque Verde Road. The Desert Art Museum can be interesting. There is a great little real cowboy are, Mavericks...
Interesting place to visit!
It was chilly and we decided to drop by this museum. Very interesting displays including Navajo weaving and Hollywood movies made in this area. I’m not a huge museum nerd but I recommend this museum...
- Wheelchair Accessible
- On-site Parking
- Free Parking
- Meeting Rooms/Space