Arizona Sonora Desert Museum is home to one of the world's most extensive national collections of minerals and has gained a reputation as a leading institution for understanding natural history. It is globally recognized as one of the top ten zoological parks, offering a unique and innovative approach to exploring the natural world. This renowned institution combines a zoo, aquarium, natural history museum, botanical garden, and art gallery, all located in one place. The Museum boasts an impressive collection of 230 types of animals, including a famous Alibris aviary and a botanic garden featuring over 56,000 plants. It also houses a natural history museum and an art institute that exhibits over 70 pieces of artwork ranging from aquarelle to photography to weaving. The wildlife at the Museum is displayed in a natural environment, including animals such as coyotes, bears, mountain lions, and two aviaries. The entire site spans over 21 acres and offers two miles of walking trails.
(Ages 13-64): $29.95
Senior (ages 65+): $27.95
Youth (ages 3-12): $19.95
Arizona/Sonora Resident: $24.95