Your visit to the Heard Museum includes 12 exhibition galleries, free guided tours, outdoor sculpture gardens, a renowned café, a contemporary art gallery and trading-post style shopping, plus much more.
Prices for admission and events are subject to change. These prices do not reflect special event ticket prices, such as for the Hoop Dance Championship or the Indian Fair.
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|Heard Museum Members||FREE (Join today!)||FREE (Join today!)|
(college with I.D.)
|Children 5 years and younger||FREE||FREE|
(with tribal I.D.)
|Tuesday - Sunday||10 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Members Only early entry|
Saturday & Sunday
|9 a.m. to 10 a.m.|
|New Year's Eve||10 a.m. to 3 p.m.|
|Christmas Eve||10 a.m. to 3 p.m.|
Guided tours have been suspended until further notice.
Private tours have been suspended until further notice.
School tours have been suspended until further notice.
On Central Avenue, four blocks north of McDowell Road (Cross street: Encanto Blvd.)
1/2 mile north of the Phoenix Art Museum
Park and ride to the museum’s front door! The Heard Museum Encanto/Central stop on the Valley Metro Light Rail line lets you off right at the museum’s entrance on Central Avenue. There are many places to park and ride.
Download the Phoenix Metro Light Rail Map to plan your trip.
Ample free parking is available on the museum grounds. For weekend festivals, look for signs along Central Avenue for extra parking.
The Heard Museum has a large private parking lot for large format vehicles such as tour buses, school buses and RV’s. There is a convenient bus drop off location and day use parking is free of charge for visitors. Feel free to call us if you have questions: 602.252.8840
PLEASE NOTE: On occasion, Third Street is closed for parades and other special events.
From I-10 Heading West
From I-10 Heading East
The Heard Museum updated safety guidelines for visitors on May 27, 2021, in accordance with the CDC’s revised guidance for vaccinated individuals and the Phoenix City Council’s May 13 vote to follow the CDC’s guidance. Face coverings and physical distancing are no longer required for vaccinated visitors.
The museum is wheelchair accessible and reserves some wheelchairs for visitor use during non-festival days. Please visit our Accessibility Services page for more information.