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 1410 S. Country Club Drive , Mesa, AZ, US, 85210

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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

3.2 out of 5 (88 reviews)
59% of guests recommend this hotel

Arts & Museums

»Mesa Contemporary Arts

Mesa Contemporary Arts Center, is an exhibition area within Mesa Arts Center, a name synonymous with contemporary art. This place houses five galleries, each displaying unique creations by aspiring artists as well as established, renowned ones. Visitors are amazed to discover the creative vision reflected in each exhibition. 'Fire & Sand' and 'Glass Sessionism' are just few examples of this ingenuity. For those who wish to hone their artistic skills after browsing through this inspiring collection, can enroll for the various workshops and lectures conducted here. Some of these exhibits have been worked upon by artists for decades.  

One East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85201

»Mesa Arts Center

If a fan of contemporary art, then the Mesa Arts Center is the place for you. This place constantly displays art work created by both well-known artists as well as amateurs. Enter and be amazed in this world of canvas and colors. However that is not all; check their website to know more about their performing arts schedule. With comfortable seating, a great stage view and superb acoustics, you are bound to enjoy all of their scheduled performances.

1 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85201

»Mesa Southwest Museum

Arizona's premier museum of southwestern cultural and natural history, the Mesa Southwest Museum features the largest collection of dinosaur fossils in the state. This 80,000 square foot facility holds 58,000 objects in its collection. Located on the second floor of the museum, the Mesa Southwest Museum Research Library is a non-circulating library specializing in southwest natural and cultural history.

53 North MacDonald Road
Mesa, Arizona 85201

»Arizona Museum for Youth

The Arizona Museum for Youth is for children of all ages. Interactive activities have been the hallmark of this unique museum, making it a fun place to be, with its hands-on activities, classes and workshops. With two galleries, ArtVille, a permanent exhibition and activity zone for toddlers and ArtZone, for kids who are five and older, it aims to promote artistic creativity through fine art. It is also a great place for grown-ups, whether parents or not, to enjoy a memorable outing.

35 North Robson
Mesa, AZ 85201

»Arizona Museum of Natural History

Visit the prehistoric era and learn about the fascinating world of dinosaurs. The Arizona Museum of Natural History has done a commendable job in preserving and presenting these creatures, in addition to other exhibits that are dedicated to local anthropology and natural history. The museum takes visitors right back to the time when the earth was formed. Galleries in the museum display replicas and give visitors the opportunity to understand the aspects of paleontology. Ongoing exhibitions include Origins, Dinosaur Hall, Paleo Dig Pit, Heritage Wall, Fun with History!, Exploration Station and many more. Check out their website to help plan you visit ahead.

53 North Macdonald
Mesa, AZ 85201

»Mesa Historical Museum

Mesa Historical Museum was founded in 1987 to chronicle and display Mesa's historical heritage by the Mesa Historical Society. The exhibits give detailed information about the history of Mesa and its settlers. Check website for more details.

2345 North Horne
Mesa, AZ 85203

»Tempe History Museum

The site for this museum was completed in 1991, in what was once the 36,000 square-foot (3344.51 square meter) Tempe Public Library. This exhibit gallery sets its focus on the preservation and interpretation of Tempe's history. The museum also includes the Petersen House Museum, a Queen Anne Victorian house which showcases Tempe's daily life at the turn of the century. Permanent and changing exhibits and educational programs address Tempe's history from a state and national perspective.

809 East Southern Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85282

»Center for Meteorite Studies

Center for Meteorite Studies, a part of the Arizona State University, houses an extensive collection of meteorites. The collection numbering in the thousands supports global geological and planetary research.

University Drive and Mill Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85287

»ASU Art Museum

Interactive exhibits and contemporary history exhibits are on display at this museum. A research library and gift store are on site. Guided tours are available.

P.O. Box 872911
Tempe, Arizona 85287

»College of Law Art Collection

This collection features contemporary American works of art, but focuses more on Southwestern styles of art.

P.O. Box 877906
Tempe, Arizona 85287-7906

»Computing Commons Gallery

Five to six technology related exhibits including historical technology exhibits, integrated media exhibits, and technology-generated artwork are featured yearly at this gallery . They are open Monday through Friday.

Computing Commons Room 140
Tempe, Arizona 85287

»Gallery of Design

View traveling exhibits at this gallery that focuses on architecture, designs, landscapes, and urban planning. Open Monday through Friday.

Architecture and Environmental Design Building
Tempe, Arizona 85287
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