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We decided to visit the museum during a trip to Phoenix and were astonished at the scope and number of items in the collection. we were overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of the native baskets. It will take several more visits to the museum...More
This museum is a must-see! The story of the collections, and it's location in the corporate headquarters of Basha's, only add to the experience. I spent a lot of time in the 'basket room,' and enjoyed every single exhibit. It's mind-blowing, and free! Look at...More
Unbelievable. That's what my wife and I said to each other shortly after entering the Gallery. It is incredible that Eddie Basha was able to amass such a huge collection. We both were thinking it would be wonderful to have any one of the hundreds...More
I was beyond impressed by this gallery. Hard to beat a free museum, but every corner is covered with amazing work. It was totally engrossing, enchanting, utterly beautiful. Well worth an afternoon visit.
It is a super FREE thing to see. Eddie Basha collected western art all his life and it now is open to the public. The gallery is part of corporate headquarters and may be hard to find but worth the trip. I have never seen...More
This free gallery is fantastic! Do not miss a visit!!! We were surprised at the wealth of western art and sculpture. Incredible Native American baskets fill a room. There is traditional and modern art and sculpture, as well as kachinas of every variety it seemed!...More
Very well curated and extensive display of Southwestern art. Minimal descriptions of the art that is displayed. Since the Basha’s Do not have tours it would be nice to have more descriptions of the art. Well worth a visit down to Chandler.
This gallery is in the corporate headquarters of Basha and is not open on weekends. You should call ahead to make sure a corporate function isn't planned which could limit opening hours. We went on a Monday morn and found the gallery would be closed...More