Arizona Museum of Natural History
Nestled in the heart of downtown Mesa, the Arizona Museum of Natural History is Arizona’s premier natural history museum. A “must-see” for dinosaur lovers, the main attraction is Dinosaur Mountain, with animatronic dinosaurs, a 3-story indoor waterfall and a flash flood that happens every 30 minutes. In addition to dinosaurs, visitors can pan for gold, learn about volcanoes, or discover Arizona’s connections to ancient civilizations, including the Maya.<br /><br />Admission:<br />$13 – 13 years +<br />$7 - Children 3-12<br />Free - Children 2 and under<br />Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-5pm & Sat Noon-5pm; Closed on Mondays
- Audio Tour
- Autism Certified
- Quiet Room
- Sensory Guide Available
- Family Friendly
- Handicap Parking
- Light Sensitivity Glasses
- Noise Cancelling Headphones
- Parking Available
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