Arizona State Museum is located on the University of Arizona campus, just NE of the Main Gate at Park Ave and University Blvd, in Tucson, Arizona. The street address is 1013 E University Blvd. You may notice that we have two buildings on the campus. All public exhibits and programs are in the north building (pictured above).
If you are driving to us from Interstate 10, take the Speedway/University of Arizona exit (exit 257). Proceed east on Speedway to Euclid Avenue. Turn south on Euclid Avenue for the parking garages (see below for parking instructions). We are just one block east of both parking garages noted below.
Our galleries and museum store are open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are closed on Sundays and federal and state holidays. Click here for the hours of the ASM Library and Archives.
- Admission is $5 for all adults, including seniors.
- Admission is free for museum members, children, and youth 17 and under. University of Arizona faculty, staff, and students are admitted free with Cat Card.
- No admission is charged for people with appointments, attending meetings, or visitors wishing only to use the library or shop in the museum store.
Convenient garage parking is available for a small fee on weekdays just one block from the museum at either Euclid Avenue and Second Street (adjacent to the Marriot University Park Hotel) or Tyndall Avenue and Fourth Street. Garage parking is free on weekends, except when large, campus-wide events occur such as football and basketball home games and the Tucson Festival of Books.
The closest disabled parking spaces are just north of our building along North Campus Drive (aka James E. Rogers Way). These are metered spaces with no time limit. Payment is automated and electronic.
SunTran Bus Route #1 stops right in front of ASM. Refer to the Sun Tran web site for routes, times, and fare information: http://www.suntran.com/routes.php
Sun Link’s Modern Streetcar operates daily until 2:00 am. Stop 15 at Euclid and Tyndall is closest to ASM. Click here for a printable route map: http://www.sunlinkstreetcar.com/documents/images/Route_Map.jpg
Our north building is wheelchair accessible. All exhibits are on the first floor. There is an elevator to the library on the second floor and the third floor offices. We have two wheelchairs to offer, free of charge for the duration of a visit (avaialble on a first-come-first-served basis).
How Much Time to Allow
Allow at least one hour for your visit. A comprehensive tour of the content-rich exhibits could take more than two hours. Don’t forget to allow yourself some time to shop in the museum store!
Arizona State Museum has no in-house café. There are, however, a number of restaurants and cafés just meters from the museum at the University of Arizona Student Union to the east, and more than 25 restaurants, cafés, and bars to the west on Main Gate Square.
Visit Other Attractions On Campus
Enjoy our beautiful park-like campus by strolling to other nearby museums and attractions. Ask for a map at the front desk when you arrive.