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ARIZONA COMMEMORATIVE AIR FORCE MUSEUM

2017 North Greenfield Road, Mesa, AZ 85215

Since 1977

Military Museums, Collections, Displays, Rides In Historic Warplanes, Field Trips, Flight, Legends Airshow Tour, Current Exhibits, Historical Places, Educational Programs, Events, The Planes & Shop

Free Admission: Active Military in Uniform, Members, Kids under 5 & Disabled Veterans - More than 500 members from all walks of life who come together with one common goal to preserve the military’s aircraft and history

Price: Adults (13+) $15, Seniors (62+) $12 & Kids (5-12) $5

info@azcaf.org

azcaf.org

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

I.D.E.A. MUSEUM

150 West Pepper Place, Mesa, AZ 85201

Since 1978

The museum, Birthday Parties, Rental, School and Groups Events, Exhibitions, The Hub, The Shop, Special Events, Classes, Girl Scouts, Internships, Art's Kitchen, Living Room, Educational Programs, Garden, Music, Dancing, Black Light Room, Collections & Stores

Free Admission for members and those under age 1 year - They impact nearly 105,000 visitors annually and have 1,700 member families - Over 20,000 feet of public exhibition space featuring the Whiteman Family Exhibit Gallery

Price: General Admission is $9.00 for Everyone Age 1 and Over

ideamuseum@mesaaz.gov

ideamuseum.org

Tue - Thu & Sat 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fri 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

MESA HISTORICAL MUSEUM

51 East Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201

Since 1987

Museum, Exhibitions, Landmarks, Historical Places, Collections, Displays, Current Exhibits, Upcoming Exhibits, Past Exhibits, Traveling Exhibits, Research, Educational Programs, Events & Shops

They were farmers and canal builders who lived in large communities of up to 500 people - The hand dug system, irrigated over 110,000 acres and was the largest in the prehistoric world

tim@mesamuseum.org

valleyhistoryinc.com

Wed - Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sun - Tue Closed