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Skip the Line: Heard Museum Admission Ticket
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Most Sonoran Desert off-roading tours may take you off-the-beaten path, but they still don’t offer 360-degree views of the stunning desert landscape. During this hot air balloon ride from Phoenix, take to the air for the best vantage point of the area. And, as a bonus, see the sunrise, too. After your flight, reminisce about the beauty of the Sonoran Desert over a Champagne breakfast.
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aventureuxOhio wrote a review Sep 17
La Quinta, California156 contributions124 helpful votes
Spent four hours here. Spectacular museum and library devoted to native populations. Every aspect is comprehensively covered in galleries-chronologically from the B.C. Era to present. The scholars commentary on video displays as well as numerous oral, video, and written history by native Americans is stunning and revelatory. The treatment of the native population throughout United States history is redefined. Covid protocols in place so the theater media are unavailable.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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juleskTucson wrote a review Sep 12
tucson, az143 contributions56 helpful votes
Long time Arizona resident, but waited 16 years to visit. Worth the wait. So much to take in, extremely well curated. Beautifully designed, highly recommend
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Date of experience: September 2020
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moges61 wrote a review Sep 11
Elkhorn, Wisconsin32 contributions6 helpful votes
As usual the Heard Museum was beautiful. All of the history was very interesting. The museum was spotless. Covid-19 has really placed a damper on everything. They did a great job.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SamB29 wrote a review Sep 6
Goodyear, Arizona354 contributions62 helpful votes
On line tickets were easy to obtain, enjoyed the exhibits, history of various tribes, Indian school history since their beginnings, Indian culture, art in many media, well worth the visit, plan to go again, nice gift shop/and book store again with many interesting items
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Date of experience: September 2020
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LovemyAcura🌵 wrote a review Jun 2020
Phoenix6,893 contributions229 helpful votes
Due to the coronavirus and the mandate from Maricopa County you must wear a face mask. If you do not have one they will give you one free as you enter, a stylus to use on elevators and wherever needed, hand sanitizer, plus info on the museum. Arrows on the floor help you know the suggested direction to walk and keep social distancing. Parking continues to be free and is adjacent to the museum. The Heard Museum has existed for 90 years (1929 - 2019) and received many accolades over the years I continue to be impressed with the beautiful exhibits. The permanent exhibits of Native American pottery, baskets, hogan, kachinas, dress, etc. including lots of history if you take time to read the presentation. Odd to read the previous comment about no history - it's definitely a big part of this world renown museum. Perhaps they didn't take the opportunities given to learn. The movies were unavailable to watch (due to the virus and social distancing), and the tours are currently on hold also. A far cry from just an art museum! The exhibit upstairs of the Indian Boarding Schools is a must see. This exhibit was expanded this past year and is a heart breaker. Away From Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories is the name of the exhibit. There are always special temporary exhibits in addition to the permanent ones previously mentioned. Today I saw David Hockney's Yosemite and Masters of California Basketry, Grand Procession (gorgeous), and Maria Hupfield: Nine Years Towards the Sun (this one was my least favorite). There are often special exhibits in the auditorium during the year, such as Hoop Dancing. We all hope the coronavirus goes away soon and things are able to return to normal. Until then this is a beautiful and educational way to spend time. I highly recommend this museum!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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