No New Notifications

1013 East University Boulevard, Tucson

One-Year Individual or Family Membership to the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona Campus

Select Option
Sale Ends1 day 19:00:56

Highlights

Museum explores Southwest Indian history and contemporary life through 3,000,000 artifacts, film, interactive exhibits & immersive programs

Customer Reviews

100% Verified Reviews
All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
museum
membership
display
staff
L
Laura
3 ratings3 reviews
March 12, 2021
Even though they're closed to the public due to covid-19, they were right there to help me with my groupon-discounted membership. I hope to try some of the museum's online offerings, for now.
D
Danee
10 ratings3 reviews
March 13, 2020
The photo and basketry exhibit were very good, but the borders display was superficial and not even up-to-date with respect to what has been happening at the Mexican border. I would have appreciated more depth to this presentation.
S
Susan
2 ratings2 reviews
April 24, 2019
Great place to visit. Very accessible and docent really helpful.
M
Mary
3 ratings3 reviews
December 22, 2018
Lovely exhibits. Lots of beautiful items. Even some fascinating miniature items
R
Robert
4 ratings2 reviews
August 28, 2018
Excellent museum of AZ Native American culture and history.
R
Robert
4 ratings2 reviews
July 27, 2018
The museums collection of AZ Native American artifacts is second to none. They do an excellent job of honoring the original peoples of AZ.
G
George
1 ratings1 reviews
January 14, 2018
Good Museum.
N
NazariTOP REVIEWER
14 ratings8 reviews
May 17, 2017
Great history and amazing staff
See all reviews

About This Deal

History tends to repeat itself, which means there’s a good chance you’ll get run over by another war elephant. Learn from the past with this voucher.

Choose Between Four Options

  • $15.38 for a 1-year individual membership (up to a $40 value)
  • $27.92 for a 1-year individual membership with an added $10 donation (up to a $50 value)
  • $27.38 for a 1-year family membership (up to a $60 value)
  • $42 for a 1-year family membership with an added $10 donation (up to a $70 value)

  • Click to view the membership benefits

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New customers only. Must be 18 or older. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate by expiration date on your voucher, membership expires 12 months from activation date. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About Arizona State Museum

As they enter the massive brick building, visitors pass the Watercarrier, a curved bronze statue that lends a first glimpse at a staggering collection of ancient and modern Native American works. Established in 1893, the Arizona State Museum celebrates and records Southwest Indian cultural history with more than 3 million objects, including a collection electrified with more than 25,000 pieces of woven basketry, more than 300,000 catalogued archaeological artifacts, 500,000 photographic negatives and original prints, 90,000 volumes of rare titles, 6,000 maps, 1,500 feet of archival documents, and more than 1,000 sound recordings. The collection forays out onto the museum floor in exhibitions such as Ancient Architecture of the Southwest, where striking photographs frame some of the crumbling archaeological ruins of 1,000-year-old cliff dwellings set against a rugged desert landscape while tastefully photoshopping out the ancient satellite dishes. The Pottery Project spans 2,000 years of Native ceramics with more than 20,000 whole pieces and a lab for hands-on pottery testing. Using artifacts, life-size dioramas, and film, Paths of Life explores the history and contemporary lifeways of ten Native cultures, including those of the Yaqui, O’odham, Apache, Navajo, and Hopi.

Museum staff further engage visitors in events that range from talks with museum curators and Native artisans to learning expeditions, which invite guests to tag along with museum and university archaeologists to survey nearby sites, immersing them in the scientific dig experience nearly as effectively as watching Indiana Jones with your nose to the screen. Educational outreach for public-school and university students immerses them in camps and workshops. At the Native Goods museum store, visitors browse a stock of books alongside basketry, jewelry, carvings, and textiles crafted by artists from Yaqui, Hopi, and other nations.