For the Kids
Experience the ancient indigenous and enduring Native cultures of Arizona, the American Southwest, and northern Mexico. The Smithsonian-affiliated Arizona State Museum is the oldest, largest anthropological research museum in the region (est. 1893), and home to the world's largest and most comprehensive collections of Southwest Indian pottery and American Indian basketry.
The Jim Click Hall of Champions at the University of Arizona operates as an athletics heritage museum as well as a special event space. As you arrive, you will be greeted by our Lute Olson statue near our main entrance off the Eddie Lynch Pavilion. Come and see our displays of over 100 years of outstanding student-athlete performances, traditions, events and spirit. Rotating exhibits feature both current and historic moments in University of Arizona sports and legendary student-athletes and coaches.
Learn the insightful stories trees can tell, including fire history, climate conditions, and even public health. This globally recognized lab advances tree-ring techniques and applications within the social and environmental sciences. Docent-led tours are offered several days each month and are approximately one hour.
Become well-versed in the spirit of poetry with more than 70,000 poetry- related items housed in one of our country’s premier literary arts centers. The internationally renowned library collection, exhibitions, readings, lectures, classes, and family activities are available year-round.