Connecting visitors with their ideal travel experiences in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Blending the traditional with the inventive, the museum presents original and traveling exhibitions with a focus on Art of the American West, Latin American Art, and Modern and Contemporary Art.
The historic block features five distinctive, historic properties that provide visitors with a unique look into Tucson’s past: the J. Knox Corbett House, La Casa Cordova, the Edward Nye Fish House (now part of the John K. Goodman Pavilion of Western Art), the Romero House, and the Stevens/ Duffield Houses.
During the Christmas holiday season, La Casa Cordova hosts El Nacimiento, an elaborate nativity scene that has been running since the 1970's. The Romeo house is home to a ceramics studio offering classes for adults.
Housed in the adobe walls of the Stevens home, enjoy one of Café a la C'Art's many famous desserts made with historic regional ingredients, and learn about the families that inhabited the home.
The Tucson Museum of Art Historic Properties are open Wednesdays and Sundays only. Second SundAZe Family Day @ TMA is presented by The Stonewall Foundation and features free admission for Arizona and Sonora, MX residents on the second Sunday of each month. Open to the public, the day offers special performances, themed art-making activities, and educational programming for all ages. Café a la C'Art is open for breakfast and lunch (8am - 2pm) all week, and Wednesday through Saturday offers a limited menu from 2pm - 4pm in the afternoon along with dinner (5pm - 9pm).
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