Arizona Heritage Center

18sep6:30 pm8:00 pmGet Involved: Opportunities to Help the Homeless CommunityArizona Heritage Center

21sep8:30 am12:00 pmNational History Day in Arizona: New Teacher WorkshopSalt River Project Heritage Center

05oct10:00 am4:00 pmI Have A Name Exhibition - Last Day!Arizona Heritage Center

22oct6:00 pm8:00 pmWhere Were the Women? Women’s Contributions to the Modern Civil Rights MovementArizona Heritage Center

23oct1:00 pm3:00 pmWyatt Earp, An American Odyssey Trilogy: Adobe Moon, Born to the Badge, Promised LandArizona Heritage Center

14nov6:00 pm8:00 pmNappy Edges and Goldy Locks: The Race and Gender Politics of Hair

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Featured Exhibits

"I Have a Name" Exhibition

February 8, 2019 - October 5, 2019
A collection of black and white photographs of the people on the street by Jon Linton. Through this dramatic collection, Linton puts names to the faces of the people who live in and around our communities, who have no home to call their own. This exhibition will be accompanied by extensive programming exploring the many facets of the homeless population, from the demographics of the homeless, to their impact on communities, to the service organizations who serve them. Don't miss this riveting exhibition and programs.
Check our website frequently for associated programming.

"A Place For All People" Exhibition

January 23, 2019 - December 31, 2019
This exhibition explores the African American experience, evoking the power of oration and freedom stories, the brilliance of artistic achievement, and the soaring heights of cultural expression, philosophy, sports, and politics through a series of posters from the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of African American History and Culture. The posters serve as the backdrop for displays telling the story of African Americans in Arizona. From the churches and schools to the boardroom; to the battlefields and to the neighborhood barbershops and beauty shops where important news of the day was discussed - the stories weave a rich tapestry of African American heritage.
Check our website frequently for associated programming.

COMING SOON: "Current State" featuring Thomas “Breeze” Marcus

COMING SOON:

November 13, 2019 - September 26, 2020
The Arizona Heritage Center is proud to present Current State, an exhibition featuring the works of local artist, Thomas “Breeze” Marcus. Curated in collaboration with the Arizona Historical Society, Current State is a collection of works that explore Breeze’s personal experiences and identity as a part of the Akimel and Tohono O’odham communities. Displayed in conjunction with cultural artifacts and stories, the exhibition showcases how history, cultural heritage, and identity influence contemporary works.

Opening in November 2019! More information coming soon.

COMING SOON: Historical League HistorymakersTM 2019 Exhibit

COMING SOON: Historical League Historymakers<sup>TM</sup> 2019 Exhibit

Opens October 24, 2019.
The Historical League is proud to present the 2019 Historymakers Lobby Exhibit. 2019 Arizona Historymakers: Betsey Bayless, Dr. Arthur DeCabooter, Michael J. Fox, Alfredo Gutierrez, Merrill Mahaffey and Vernon D. Swaback. The exhibit will showcase the exceptional contributions the 2019 honorees have made to our state and provide viewers direct access to the amazing oral histories and accomplishments of each diverse group of Historymakers since the program's inception in 1992.

Historical League HistorymakersTM 2017 Exhibit

Historical League Historymakers<sup>TM</sup> 2017 Exhibit

The Historical League is proud to present the 2017 Historymakers Lobby Exhibit. The exhibit showcases memorabilia, photographs, and video clips from the 2017 Historymakers: Ed Beauvais, America West founder; Wink Crigler, X Diamond Ranch owner; The Honorable Jon Kyl; The Papp Family, supporters of educational institutions, culture and the arts; Robert Spetzler, M.D., renowned neurosurgeon and retired Director of Barrow Neurological Institute; and Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr., Pastor of First Institutional Baptist Church of Phoenix since 1997. See our flyer.

Education

Educators will find school tours at the Arizona Heritage Center are a great way to expand your students’ knowledge of Arizona and Natural History.

Museum Tours
Students and adults alike will enjoy learning about Arizona’s past through interactive and interesting exhibits. Our Natural History Gallery includes rocks, minerals, fossils and meteorites from Arizona and around the world.

School Tours
We offer guided and self-guided tours for student groups. To request more information or to reserve a tour, please complete the School Tour Request Form.

Group Tours
We also offer guided and self-guided tours for groups of 10 or more people. To request more information or to reserve a tour, please complete the Group Tour Request Form.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Looking for meeting and event spaces for your next corporate event?

You’ll find what you are looking for at the Arizona Heritage Center. Nestled against the base of the Papago Park, the Arizona Heritage Center is a hidden paradise. Outdoor spaces provide scenic desert views and magnificent sunsets. Indoor spaces include a majestic sandstone lobby with grand staircase, auditorium, theater and a variety of meeting spaces.

Whether you are hosting an intimate birthday celebration, or a 2,000 person corporate event, we are just the place for you!

Visit our Meeting and Event Guide for more information.

Contact our Meeting and Event Planning Department at 480-387-5367, email [email protected] or visit us on WeddingWire.com.

Visit the gift shop and select from a wide selection of books, jewelry, bookends and minerals. Kids can select from a variety of children’s books, polished rocks and souvenirs.

We are proud to feature the highly acclaimed, “Tastes and Treasures II, A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona.” Published by the Historical League, this beautifully illustrated cookbook includes recipes and stories from some of Arizona’s most iconic restaurants and well-known Arizona families. Retail value: $30

Arizona Historical Society members receive a 10% discount off gift store merchandise.

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