Culture Pass Arizona

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Are you looking to save money on visiting location attraction in Tucson or around Arizona If you are a local resident with a library card then you are in luck. Culture Passes can be checked out for various venues from local libraries.

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What is the Culture Pass

An Arizona Culture Pass provides free admission for two people to art and cultural venues in Arizona.

Culture Pass Tucson Attractions

  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (Tucson)
  • Children’s Museum Tucson (Tucson)
  • Reid Park Zoo (Tucson)
  • Tohono Chul Park (Tucson)
  • Tucson Botanical Garden (Tucson)
  • Tucson Museum of Art (Tucson)
  • University of Arizona Museum of Art (Tucson)

Other Culture Pass Arizona Attractions

  • Amerind Museum (Dragoon)
  • Boyce Thompson Arboretum (Superior)
  • Cave Creek Museum (Cave Creek)
    • Unavailable June 1–September 30
  • Desert Botanical Garden (Phoenix)
  • The Heard Museum (Phoenix)
  • Pueblo Grande Museum/S’edav Va’aki Museum (Phoenix)
  • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (Scottsdale}
  • Sedona Heritage Museum (Sedona)
  • Superstition Mountain Museum (Apache Junction)

Where do you get an AZ Culture Pass

AZ Culture Passes are available to check out at Pima County Libraries for residents of Pima County with valid library cards. You can check to see what venues are available at your location before heading to the library.

You cannot use self check out. Please see a staff member at the service desk. They will provide you with a receipt for you to use at the specified venue, valid for 2 admission in the next 7 days.

Culture Pass FAQ

  • Culture Passes cannot usually be used for special events at venues.
  • Culture Passes cannot be placed on hold or transferred between library locations.
  • Culture Passes cannot be renewed.
  • Households may only check out one culture pass in a 7 day period and a total of 2 culture passes every 30 days.
  • Culture Passes are available in Central and Northern Arizona libraries as well but the venues they include may vary.

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