Tucson Desert Art Museum


Est. 2013

Museum closed during August and September for artifact preservation. The Gallery and Gift Shop are open Thursday through Saturday, from 12pm to 4pm

Permanent & Ongoing Exhibitions (Opens Oct. 5)

Permanent & Ongoing Exhibitions (Opens Oct. 5)

Weavings of the Diné People

Permanent collection

The crown jewels of our collection are our pre-1940’s Navajo textiles, including: Chief’s blankets, Eye Dazzlers, Saddle blankets, Germantown weavings, Yei weavings and children's blankets.

Dawn of American Landscapes

Permanent collection

Masterpieces by preeminent nineteenth century landscape painters. Works by Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, Maynard Dixon, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and other master artists. This collection captures the transcendental spirit of these artists' search for, and expression of, the sublime.

Desert Hollywood: Celebrity Landscapes in Cinema


Desert Hollywood explores the “celebrity careers” of prominent Southwestern landscapes in film and television.

Sacred Walls: Native American Muralism


The Museum celebrates the unique artistry of Native American muralists, via a large mural on the outside wall of the Museum and several floor-to-ceiling murals within the Museum by noted Native American artists.


Gallery & Gift Shop September Hours

Thursday - Saturday, 12pm - 4pm

Museum closed for artifact preservation and will reopen October 5, 2022.


7000 E Tanque Verde Road,
Tucson, AZ 85715

Entrance faces Sabino Canyon Road on the east side of complex, behind Chase Bank.




Gallery Admission: Free

Adults: $10.00
Seniors: $8.00
Students: $6.00
Members: Free
Blue Star Military: Free