Are you looking for exciting activities to do in Phoenix this spring? Maricopa County, Arizona has plenty of seasonal exhibits to explore. From cultural objects to hikes, you can find something to do that will suit your interests. The Desert Botanical Garden and the Phoenix Museum of Art are two great places to start. The museum has hosted over 400 national and international exhibitions in the past 50 years.
It is organized by the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and includes historical and contemporary art from coast to coast. At Heard's many exhibition galleries, you can find both permanent and temporary exhibitions featuring a variety of artists and art forms. The Phoenix Museum of Art and the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, New Mexico have collaborated to present some of the most important works of William Herbert “Buck” Dunton, founder of the Taos Society of Artists. The exhibition analyzes Dunton's education in rural Maine and how his relationship with the natural world influenced his portrayals of people and places in the western United States.
The Museum also features a comprehensive film program, live performances and educational programs designed for visitors of all ages. OdySea Aquarium is another great place to visit. It is home to more than 2 million gallons of water with 370 species and 65 exhibits. You can enjoy reduced admission to the exhibition during voluntary donation hours on Wednesdays, from 15:00 to 21:00.
A season pass is required for the exhibition of all cattle, sheep, goats, and swine animals owned by Arizona residents and displayed in Arizona in accordance with state laws and regulations (ARS § 3-1346, R3-2-70). Through the artworks on display, the exhibition reflects the myriad reasons why land, family, and cultural responsibility for which Native American men and women enlist in the United States. Admission is free for museum members, youth ages 5 and younger, and students at Maricopa County community colleges. Special thanks to the Reclamation Office for their contributions, together with the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department, to making the Discovery Center a beautiful place to visit.