Come see "What Arizona is famous for."
The Arizona Copper Art Museum is Arizona's newest Art Museum. Opened in December 2013, the museum features an absolutely amazing collection of over 5,000 copper artworks form the 1500's to present day, with an emphasis on American and Western European works-of-art.
You'll see a brand new museum of 9,000 square feet with fresh ideas and you'll wonder why this museum isn't in a major city. The museum dovetails perfectly with Arizona by telling the copper story of our state, and the famous towns of Clarkdale, Cottonwood and Jerome, where copper was king. The museum shows just "what happened to the 125 billion pounds of copper" Arizona has produced, in six distinctly different displays: Information, Military Art, Art and Architecture, Religious Art, Cooking, Drinking, and a Winery and Distillery room.
In Arizona - the "Copper State" - don't miss the Arizona Copper Art Museum. It would be like missing the entire state. We showcase Arizona's Greatest Treasure and are the only museum of its kind in the USA!
Museum Website - www.copperartmuseum.com
Tripadvisor - Arizona Copper Art Museum
Every Day except Christmas and New Years Day.
10AM - 5PM However we remain open till last person leaves if inside before 5PM, Call for earlier veiwing
$8.00 Senior, $9.00 adult, Student rates available, Young children $1.00-3.00
Museum lighting is 98% LED
Museum windows are being overlaid with double pane windows adding energy efficiency
Museum cooled at night by opening windows and closing during daytime
Passive solar during winter months, augmented by high efficiency gas furnace
Rainwater collection and storage used for watering
ADA Accessibility Notes
Completely ADA compliant
Wheel Chair, Walker, Canes available
Benches, chairs available throughout museum
Call ahead for assistance when getting out of vehicle in parking lot, if needed 928-634-1858
Wheel chair entrance at side of museum call 928-634-1858 for assistance
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets allowed in museum either carried or on leash by adult 18+
Outside tie-up area available in shade or sun, directly in front of museum