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The Arizona Copper Art Museum features exhibits of copper art and collections for study, which were made by coppersmiths, soldier artists and braziers; many of whom were masters in their trade. Artifacts displayed have an emphasis on American and European works-of-art from the 16th - 21st century. The affinities and history of copper is also featured and is very fascinating, bringing forth forgotten stories, legends and mysteries.
849 Main S
Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
Located in Flagstaff, Arizona, the 200 acre Museum campus includes an exhibit building, research labs, and state of the art collections facilities for more than five million Native American artifacts, natural science specimens, and fine art pieces. The Museum of Northern Arizona is recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, its first-rate exhibitions and festivals, and its renowned Native American Shop.
128 N Cortez St
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
The Powell Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of John Wesley Powell, the City of Page, and the Colorado Plateau.Stop by our Visitor Information Center — it’s the one-stop source for those visiting Page and the surrounding area. We can direct you to lodging (including bed and breakfast hosts), eating establishments, tour operators, local service providers, and merchants. In addition, we can reserve tours for you.
6 N Lake Powell Blvd
Page, Arizona 86040
Artist CooperativeThe Gallery in Williams welcomes you from around the corner or around the globe, as many of our patrons are. Come and talk to the artists, and then when someone asks where you got that piece of art, you can say, "My good friend in northern Arizona created it." You will have a story to tell and a memory to share. Come by and see our gallery!
145 Historic Rte 66
Williams, Arizona 86046
Phippen Museum is a fine arts museum whose purpose is to enhance the quality of cultural life in central Arizona for its members and the public. It is located just a few miles north of downtown Prescott on HWY 89. The museum presents unique Western art exhibitions, and educational programming. It has permanent and rotating arts exhibits throughout the year.
4701 State Highway 89
Prescott, Arizona 86301
Make the most of your Grand Canyon visit.See Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets in IMAX on a giant 6-story high screen and discover in only 34 minutes a Grand Canyon that would take a lifetime to experience. Also on site: Park Pass sales, free maps and information, guided Pink Jeep tours, National Geographic store, Explorers Café with Pizza Hut® Express, and much more! Located one mile from the National Park South Rim Entrance. www.explorethecanyon.com, 928-638-2468.
Grand Canyon, Arizona
The Visitor Center houses one of the first IMAX® Theaters ever built and has been showing the award winning IMAX® film: “Grand Canyon – The Hidden Secrets” to guests every single day. A giant six-story movie screen and over 12,000 watts of digital surround sound allows visitors to literally experience the Grand Canyon, throughout time, as if they were actually there.
450 State Route 64
Grand Canyon, Arizona 86023
Castle Dome Museum is a non-profit museum/ghost town dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Castle Dome City. Castle Dome city sits on a location changed little by time allowing people to visit a true time capsule of old west history. Castle Dome City was once bigger than Yuma. Some of the mines had everything left in them and were just like they quit working yesterday , so we were able to restock the town nicely .
Castle Dome Mine Rd
Yuma, Arizona 85365
In the heart of historic Yuma is the charming 19th-century adobe home of E. F. Sanguinetti (1867-1945). This quaint home is now an Arizona Historical Society museum chronicling Sanguinetti’s life story, as the Merchant Prince of Yuma. Visit the museum and hear stories of how Sanguinetti came to Yuma penniless at just 15. He quickly grew to become a civic-minded businessman whose various enterprises—electricity, ice house, ranching, farming, merchandizing, banking, and real estate
240 S Madison Ave
Yuma, Arizona 85364
The Biosphere 2 facility serves as a laboratory for controlled scientific studies, an arena for scientific discovery and discussion, and a far-reaching provider of public education. Its mission is to serve as a center for research, outreach, teaching and life-long learning about Earth, its living systems, and its place in the universe; to catalyze interdisciplinary thinking and understanding about Earth and its future.
32540 S Biosphere Rd
Oracle, Arizona 85623