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ASU Art Museum

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Variety of exhibits in bizarre building

I went to the ASU Art Museum on a Saturday and just parked at the Gamage Auditorium lot for free... read more

Reviewed August 13, 2017
jjctraveler
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Chesterfield, MO
Don't go with any preconceived notions ...

This is not the Met or the National Gallery. However, on a hot day in the metro- Phoenix area, it... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2013
YR R
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Aug 13, 2017
“Variety of exhibits in bizarre building”
Mar 26, 2017
“Something different to do if you like art!”
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An architecturally innovative museum that with its pyramidal shape and a stucco façade appears to have caught the colors of a desert sunset.
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In the Nelson Fine Arts Center, 10th St. and Mill Ave., Phoenix, AZ
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Reviewed August 13, 2017

I went to the ASU Art Museum on a Saturday and just parked at the Gamage Auditorium lot for free. I walked North to the art museum and took an elevator down to the lobby. The better way to enter the museum is off S....More

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Reviewed March 26, 2017

We wanted something different to do one afternoon, as we come to Scottsdale every year in the spring. We found the ASU Art Museum and decided to check it out. It is a free museum, and you can also find free parking. The exhibits were...More

Thank Mel M
Reviewed March 17, 2017

I have to admit if the unseasonably hot weather this week hadn't caused us to research indoor activities we wouldn't have visited this museum. We also visited the Ceramics Research Center which is about two blocks from the Nelson Fine Arts Museum. I was impressed...More

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Reviewed May 16, 2016

We did not get to see the entire museum, but from what our schedule allowed I was impressed by all of the art, paintings and pictures.

1  Thank Grumpy6513
Reviewed February 20, 2016 via mobile

The ASU Art Museum isn't anything spectacular but if you have some free time and are in the area, it's a decent way to fill in an hour or so.

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Reviewed October 6, 2015 via mobile

Tried to find this place using the link from TripAdvisor and it's not there. Led us on Van Buren, North of the river near the Hall of Flame which was really cool and only $7. I would guess it's South of the river on ASU...More

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Reviewed September 3, 2015

Always like to spend time looking at art and there were some interesting pieces, but it struck me that this would not be great for someone who cannot do stairs easily, of course, they have options for that, but considering the arrangement it seems like...More

Thank Jayne T
Reviewed July 7, 2013

This is not the Met or the National Gallery. However, on a hot day in the metro- Phoenix area, it makes a nice (air-conditioned) outing. I have been coming to this museum every year or so for decades. Each time I have been surprised by...More

2  Thank YR R
Reviewed April 2, 2012

We stopped in to kill some time before heading to the airport. There wasn't too much to see. They were changing out some exhibits that made it an even shorter visit.

1  Thank Richard D
Reviewed March 26, 2012

We had some time to kill in Tempe before our dinner reservations & decided to take in the museum. What a nice surprise. There was a great photography exhibit going on and several provocative pieces that were part of the museum's permanent collection. The layout...More

1  Thank schoens1
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