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KJZZ & K-BACH invites you to spend ‘Summer at the Museum’ by visiting one of Arizona’s many cool museums and cultural institutions. Chill out during the Valley of the Sun’s hottest months and explore the wonderful venues of these participating sponsors.

 
Presenting three exciting new exhibitions this summer, including a spectacular digital and interactive media installation by U.K. based artists collective Squidsoup, as well as works by video art pioneer Nam June Paik and from the museum’s permanent collection. Thenew season will be accompanied by a variety of related programs and events. Open Tues, Wed, Sun noon to 5 pm; Thurs, Fri, Sat noon to 9 pm and closed Mondays and major holidays. Info at www.smoca.org
 
Special Offer for Loyalty Card Members: Buy one adult admission; get one free!
 

 



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From an immersive installation of neon and taxidermy animals by Mexican artist Gabriel Rico to an exhibition of large clay pipes by Tom Franco and actor James Franco, ASU Art Museum has lots to offer this summer at the museum’s 3 locations across the Valley. Bring the kids along for our annual Family Day on July 8 from 10 am to 4 pm for hands-on artmaking activities led by local artists.
 

Admission to ASU Art Museum’s 3 locations is always free. For hours, directions and parking  information visit www.asuartmuseum.asu.edu
 

Special Offer for Loyalty Card Members: 10% off in the gift shop

 

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Whether it is date night or family night, come explore Desert Botanical Garden in a whole new way. Flashlight Tours are sensory adventures to see, hear and feel how desert nights shimmer. Guests beam their own flashlights along the self-paced trails to capture the plants and animals that come to life in the desert after dark. Nocturnal Garden explorers can experience activities, promoting play, education and adventure. www.dbg.org

Flash Light Tours

Weekly, Thursday & Saturday through September 2

7 to 9:30 pm

Included with membership or paid Garden admission

 

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The Pima Air & Space Museum, one of the largest aviation museums in the world, and the largest non-government funded aviation museum in the United States. The museum maintains a collection of more than 350 aircraft and spacecraft, from a Wright Flyer to a 787 Dreamliner.
 
For general museum information, please call 520-574-462 or visit www.pimaair.org

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An atomic heritage site featuring a rare look into the once top secret world of America’s largest nuclear weapon.
 

Open daily, please call 520-625-7736 or visit www.titanmissilemuseum.org

 

 

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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Experience Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, thegreat architect’s winter camp and desert laboratory. Immerse yourself in Scottsdale’s only National Historic Landmark as you are welcomed into each room and space to experience one of theworld’s most extraordinary architectural sites.

This summer we are pleased to offer a 50% discount on all tours from June – August as a “thank you” to KJZZ and K-BACH listeners who are Arizona residentsTo take advantage of this discount, visit www.franklloydwright.org/KJZZ

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This summerthe “Best Western Museum” in the nation (True West magazine, 2017 and 2016) features new exhibits spotlighting the American West in film, the grandeur of theGrand Canyon and the bronze sculptures of John Coleman. Historic Native American art and objects, and more than 1,400 authentic Old West artifacts are also on view at this downtown Scottsdale Smithsonian Affiliate.
 

 Details at www.scottsdalemuseumwest.org

 

 

Titan Missile Museum

 
 
Stay cool this summer at the world’s only global instrument museum!
 
Immerse yourself in the MIM experience with 200,000 square feet of air conditioned comfort; enjoy fun programs; special exhibitions; monthly cultural celebrations, and over 250 concerts year round in the acoustically superb MIM Music Theater.
 
Memberships are available. Visit www.MIM.org for details

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

 
The Desert Caballeros Western Museum welcomes diverse audiences by inspiring an appreciation of the art and history of the American West. Join us for these summer exhibitions:
 
  • May 27 – October 8: Stormy Weather – Western Atmospheres
  • May 27 – March 4 ’18: How the West is One: Contemporary Western Art from the Tia Collection
  • June 2, 5:30 – 7 pm Friday on Frontier with free admission and tour of How theWest is One with Tia Collection curator Laura Finlay-Smith
  • July 2210 to noon National Day of theCowboy with free entry and fun family activities
  • August 19 Weather Day at the Museum

Full schedule details atwww.westernmuseum.org

 
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One mile southwest of Globe, Arizona, stand the ruins of the Salado people. This ancient village is known today as Besh Ba Gowah – a fascinating glimpse at the lifestyle of the people who occupied this region nearly 800 years ago. Besh Ba Gowah offers visitors a chance to explore the ruins, a museum which houses a large collection of Salado pottery and artifacts, botanical gardens and a gift shop.
 

Hours: Daily 9 am to 4:30 pm :

July 1 – September 30 Closed Monday & Tuesday

Admission: Adults $5, Seniors (65+) $4 and children (12-) Free

 

Special Offer for Loyalty Card members: Buy one adult admission; get one free!

 

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Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

 

The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona features a world-class collection of more than 400 antique and contemporary dollhouses, room boxes and fine-scale miniatures. From the earliest room box, dating to 1742, to whimsical fairy and dragon abodes, to miniature replicas of historic times and places, the enchanting collection appeals to all ages.

 

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 9 am – 4 pm / Sunday Noon to 4 pm / Closed Mondays and major holidays

4455 E Camp Lowell Dr / Tucson, AZ Info atwww.theminitimemachine.org or 520-881-0606

 

Special Offer for Loyalty Card members: $1 off up to 4 admissions

Valid thru August 31, 2017 
Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures 
 
 
 

Copper Queen Mine Museum

Outfitted in hard hat, miner’s headlamp and a yellow slicker, thousands of Bisbee visitors ride into the Queen Mine Tour each year – heading underground and back in time. Retired Phelps Dodge employees take visitors 1,500 feet into the mine and recount mining days, techniques, dangers and drama. Adding a personal touch, the miner-turned-tour guides help visitors experience what it was like to work underground.

 

Tours depart each day, 7 days a week. More information at

 www.queenminetour.com/

 

 
 Copper Queen Mine Museum