Arizona State Museum


The Arizona State Museum exhibits materials related to the indigenous cultural histories of the American Southwest and northwest Mexico. Founded in 1893, it is the region's oldest and largest museum of anthropology. The collection ranges from modern Navajo rugs to 12,000-year-old stone spear points made by Arizona's early hunters. "Paths of Life: American Indians of the Southwest" combines historic and prehistoric artifacts with high-tech displays depicting the origins and life of ten Native American groups. A research library, archives, and a collection of 350,000 photographic images contribute to public education and enjoyment. Located on the University of Arizona campus.


1013 E University Blvd
University of Arizona Campus
Tucson, AZ 85721


32.23168400, -110.95576500
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(520) 621-6302

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